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Rows and rows of empty chairs.
Issue 36 by Heather O’Neill on April 27th, 2016
Attempts to get -- and keep -- more women in tech put the onus solely on women themselves… at tremendous time and cost.
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Issue 34 by Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré on March 15th, 2016
We need more education about what OCD is, and what it is not: a punchline.
Dozens of blue tickets.
Issue 34 by Veve Jaffa on March 14th, 2016
As the majority of marginalized developers risk financial stability to attend industry events, our primary goal, too, goes ignored: building the resources and capital to finance our work.
A cracked egg.
2015 Year in Review by Riley H on December 14th, 2015
Companies have made it crystal clear that they don’t actually care about the diversity they’re supposed to be working on.
Photo of the Chicago River with buildings rising all around it.
2014 in Review by Coraline Ada Ehmke on December 10th, 2014
The idea that the software industry benefits from an unwritten law of unconditional and mutual respect is an extension of meritocratic thinking: it’s as unrealistic as the meritocracy itself.
An array of about ten badges spread across the table. Many have ribbons and special tags on them that say 'invited speaker'.
Funding by Adele Shakal on April 7th, 2014
Creative Ways to Fund Your Participation at Tech Conferences… Even When Your Employer Won’t Pay