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Happy International Women’s Day!

This International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating successful women everywhere:
From the beginnings of IT until our employees of today!


Women have had a lasting impact on the IT industry and are among its pioneers. The British mathematician Ada Lovelace is considered the first female programmer. In the 19th century, she developed a type of programming for the “Analytical Engine,” which is considered the first design for a mechanical calculating machine.

 

The ENIAC, the world’s first universal computer, was programmed by an all-female team in the 1940s in the USA. In the mid-20th century, the American Grace Hopper designed and programmed the first compiler and was a pioneer in the further development of programming languages.

 

International Women’s Day is not just about honoring the important women in the history of computing, however:

 

We especially want to thank our female employees

 

At link|that, women are represented in every area with their expertise and it is impossible to imagine the company without them. From software developers to VoIP system specialists, AI labeling experts, executive assistants and marketing, our women are deeply rooted in the company. With their talent, hard work and tireless dedication, they are largely responsible for link|that’s success. We are proud to have you on our team!

Even though there is still a gender gap in the IT industry: At link|that, we are committed to ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to succeed in their job. We stand for a supportive and inclusive work environment where everyone can develop and thrive.

 

And hopefully, the next woman will soon come on board to achieve her full potential with link|that!

Bettina Zambo

Bettina Zambo

Since studying communications Bettina is working in media und produces content at LinkThat: written and spoken.

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