Are you a women interested in technology or working in the technology sector? Its important to stay connected and in touch with your peers for motivation, moral support and inspirational ideas. Below is a list of some of the best blogs for women within the technology sector, why not get started and broaden your horizons. Not all women in Technology look the same!


  1. Laura Medalia, @codergirl_

When she isn’t showing off her favorite new ironic tech t-shirt, Laura is documenting her experience as a software engineer in New York. Laura’s blog is evidence that technology can be creative, cross-disciplinary, and fun.

  1. Google, Made with Code

Since I discovered Made with Code by Google two years ago, I haven’t stopped admiring it since. Although the blog is aimed at girls in middle school and high school, their content is always beautiful, inspiring, and useful.

  1. Mayuko, hellomayuko

There is nothing I love more than a good youtube video, so when I discovered Mayuko’s youtube channel I immediately disregarded all my work to watch all of her videos. Mayuko is a senior iOS Engineer at Patreon, who has gracefully mastered the art of the vlog in her spare time.

  1. @peoplewithlaptops

People with Laptops is the Humans of New York for technologists. The account features a diverse group of individuals and their laptop, accompanied by a mini story.

  1. Tamara Johanna, @tamarajohanna_

Tamara Johanna is a Senior Salesforce Marketing Cloud Campaign Manager at Salesforce. I love Tamara’s content because she is not narcissistic like most other bloggers (all the pictures aren’t of her). Her content is authentic and encourages followers to live a healthy lifestyle.

  1. Kathryn Hodge, @blondiebytes

Blondie Bytes has everything a tech girl could ever want from a blog — tutorials, podcasts, videos, and probably more I don’t yet know about. Run by Kathryn Hodge, a software developer at a media company, Blondie Bytes never fails to be a constant source of advice and wisdom.

  1. Sasha Tran,

A mix of beautiful CSS animations and artsy laptop pictures, this blog is perfect for aspiring designers and front-end developers.

  1. Lori-Lee Emshey, @lorilee.emshey

Lori-Lee is the co-founder of an AR startup, who appears to be a work-life balance master. This account is for anyone who loves fitness, AR/VR, and travel.

  1. Adrienne Tacke, @adrienne.tacke

Adrienne Tacke, a Software Developer at DebTrader, is a great resource for aspiring engineers. Every week she posts pictures answering her user’s questions about her career, technologies she uses, and other questions about her journey as a Filipina woman in technology.

  1. Sophie Krüger@Coding Miss Sophie

“Software Developer ▪ Studying Computer Science alongside the job ▪ Transitioned from Online Marketing to IT ▪ Hamburg, Germany”