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diversity in tech

A ruler in the sand, with 34, 35 and 36 inch demarcations.
Issue 19 by Grace Wong on April 9th, 2015
The open-mindedness that permits very young people to succeed in tech goes out the window when it comes to the other end of the age spectrum.
Photo of an iron gate opening into a garden.
Issue 17 by Stacy Mullins & Jesse Cooke on February 23rd, 2015
The tradition of privileging only technical skills triggers imbalance and inequality.
Photo of Shanley Kane.
2014 in Review by The Editor on December 11th, 2014
"We are not getting hired, and we are not getting promoted, and we are being systematically driven out of the industry."
Protesters reading signs that say 'End white supremacy' 'Racism kills' and 'We won't take it anymore'.
2014 in Review by Anonymous Author on December 9th, 2014
I condemn the culture that has no problem acknowledging and using my labor, but would not support my fight for my humanity.
A bingo card with categories including 'Name drops Sheryl Sandberg', 'That would never happen in my company', 'Pipeline', 'We're all in this together', 'Men's voices need to be heard too', 'Lean In', and 'Says feminist activism scares women away from tech.'
2014 in Review by Anonymous Author on December 5th, 2014
The commoditization of diversity in tech.
A spiral staircase leading to bright window.
Hiring by Leslie Miley on November 17th, 2014
Every step along the way, exclusionary hurdles are introduced to limit the candidate pool.
Photo of Chad Taylor.
Events by The Editor & Chad Taylor on October 28th, 2014
"Not many hearing people realize Deaf people have to fight for access on a daily basis."
The top of an entryway reading 'Linus Torvalds Auditorium'.
Open Source by Naomi Slater on July 21st, 2014
As the diversity in tech movement gains traction, open source faces an identity crisis.