A deep sense of intimidation and pervasive sexism: These are the primary obstacles for women interested in technology careers, reports the San Jose Mercury News. But at least some of the 70 or so high-school girls attending a one-day DigiGirlz tech /placetype>camp/placetype> placetype="">/> /placename>March/placename> placename="">/> 25 at Microsoft's /place>/city>Mountain View/city> city="">/>, /state>Calif./state> state="">/>/place> place="">/>, campus came away instead with a huge dose of motivation. "I think that it's a big challenge," said Amber Yarnell, 17, a junior at /city>Mountain View/city> city="">/>'s /place>/placename>Alta/placename> placename="">/> /placename>Vista/placename> placename="">/> /placetype>High School/placetype> placetype="">/>/place> place="">/> who...
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