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If anything, some folks assume that it's a "girl thing".
Still, I don't see the area producing a bunch of female hackers.
The first time he saw a home-built robot, it was shown to him by a local hackerspace member, a woman who happens to administer one of the country's biggest supercomputers. Thanks so much, modern-day "feminism", for putting very unfeminist ideas in my son's head.
There's another place in my life, besides my home, where the idea of technology being a "guy thing" is totally absent: my hometown.
And sure enough, here we have Susan Sons aka @Hedge Mage. Since men were once boys, but women sprang from the head of Zeus full-grown and fighting like modern-day Athenas, you can start flaming me now for using that nasty word...unless you'd like to see the industry through the eyes of a girl who grew up to be a woman in the midst of a loose collection of open-source communities.
I'd never met another programmer in real life at this point, but I knew more about programming than some college students.
Even if they lacked computers, they were taking apart alarm clocks, repairing pencil sharpeners or tinkering with ham radios.
Some of them built pumpkin launchers or LEGO trains.
I still visit Sandridge School from time to time, most recently when my old math teacher invited me in to talk to students about STEM careers.
I'm fairly sure I'm the only programmer anyone in that town has met in person..I'm something of the archetypal computer geek as far as they are concerned.