This article examines the opportunities and obstacles facing female information technology (IT) professionals holding 'hybrid' or 'mixed skill' positions in the Web 2.0 era. The author presents data from a case study to argue that choices of career pathways, technical skill set, age and experience are factors that affect career progression and job satisfaction in a masculinist culture of computing.
|Number of pages
|New Technology, Work and Employment
|Published - Nov. 2010