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Here are some resources I have encountered that help women engineers. I will be expanding the list and providing better descriptions in future. Links last updated on 3rd October 2017.

FairyGodBoss: job and workplace reviews by women, for women

Lane: hiring platform for women in tech to find jobs at companies that they vet for focus on diversity and inclusion

Resources for women engineers - international

Ada's list: mailing list for women in tech - job ads, advice, project support

Google Women Techmakers program

Ada Lovelace Day: events, resources and career listings for women in STEM, started through listing grassroot events celebrating Ada Lovelace Day (second Tuesday of October)

Codefirst: Girls: teaching women to code: courses, events, conferences (live events - London)

Outreachy: Open Source paid internships for people from underrepresented groups

PyLadies: women in Python, international mentorship group helping women become more active in Python community

Resources for women engineers - London, UK

Women Who Code London meetup

London Tech Ladies meetup: a "Lean In" based group

Ladies of Code London meetup

Google Campus London runs Women@Campus breakfasts

Celebrating women engineers

Ada Lovelace Day: events held every year on the second Tuesday of October, celebrating women in STEM

Red Hat Women in Open Source Award

Advice employers, conference organisers, project leads who want to increase diversity

Bringing More Women into Open Source from Karen Sandler, article hosted by the Linux Foundation

To Understand Whether Your Company Is Inclusive, Map How Your Employees Interact, article hosted by Harvard Business Review

Books

(Non-affiliate links)

A Woman in Your Own Right: Assertiveness and You by Anne Dickson