For a generation we've wrung our hands and wondered why so few women have taken up careers in technology.
Then follows essay about the proportion of women on boards of directors.
What has that got to do with "technology"?
How many of the men on those boards have any technical ability at all?
or does " a career in technology" mean studying Business and Economics at a private school and then finding yourself a £150k a year directorship at a big company where you later find out , that down on the shop floor what the minions are actually doing is in the "tech" sector , and possibly you should look up the term so as not to embarass yourself at society parties?