Here are some shout outs to the many impressive black women that did fantastic work in tech in 2016.
Issue 42 on October 17th, 2016
Support their initiatives, spread the word, and create positive change for someone, too.
Issue 39 on July 25th, 2016
My hope is that we can allow folks to express the truths of their existence and be their full selves while seeking to connect with others.
Issue 37 on May 25th, 2016
Many companies preach about diversity, but do nothing of substance to address their issues.
2015 Year in Review on December 14th, 2015
If we reach our numerical goals only to look in the mirror and see all the corruption that already existed, we will have failed.
Issue 30 on November 25th, 2015
In the current discussion on diversity and STEM, as with so many diversity initiatives, disability is usually excluded or thought of purely in terms of accessibility or accommodations.
Issue 29 on November 4th, 2015
Organizations run by primarily white, cis, straight founders train the majority of their focus on alleviating alienation for white cis women in cis male-centric spaces, but do little to dig deeper into other marginalized identities and access needs.
Issue 27 on September 16th, 2015
Why do you think you're spending hundreds of thousands of dollars holding hackathons, sprint weeks, and conferences? And how could you be using that time and money better?
Issue 25 on August 11th, 2015
Despite our mythologies of open source as a flat, accessible, democratic model for software development, the way we lead our open source groups consistently proves otherwise.
Issue 23 on June 30th, 2015
New programming language communities are “graded” on how cutting-edge they are: our pattern-matching capabilities associate white men with the cutting edge, especially if they’re talking about monads.