re: Being a Female Programmer: How is it For You? VIEW POST

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re: I have been working as a developer now for almost 7 years. As a female (and a lot of the time the only female on my team) I have been very lucky to...
 

My experience is similar to yours. I think the internal pressure sometimes relates to the boys' club thing too.

"The only thing I feel a bit left out is not being in the boys club. You know, all those guys talks, which is fine, as I don't feel interested in such topics."

The author doesn't seem to recognise this as an issue, but it can be. If all the men are mates and you're not part of that because you're a woman, it can mean you're less likely to be chosen for valuable opportunities and promotions - unless you're so obviously better than them that they basically can't not choose you.

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