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Large sports stadium with a floor absolutely packed with hackers at tables.
2016 Year in Review by Gloria Lin on December 15th, 2016
This is a feminist issue considering hackathon practices prevent the growth of a diverse, critical tech sphere.
Aerial image of the Facebook campus: shaped in a triangle, featuring large compounds and huge parking lots.
2016 Year in Review by Datrianna Meeks on December 13th, 2016
Tech product decisions result in the constant alienation of diverse users.
A person with their cheek and hands pressed closely and deeply against the glass of the photo.
2016 Year in Review by Julia Nguyen on December 12th, 2016
Our efforts in supporting mental health must be comprehensive.
An X-ray image of a hand, illuminating the underlying skeletal structure.
Issue 40 by Eira A. Ekre on August 16th, 2016
When workers get hurt and are instantly pushed out for someone new and healthy, it’s easy to miss the number of people nursing chronic pain and injuries as a result of their jobs.
Sea-green Adderall pills on the interior of the plastic pill jar.
Issue 40 by Anonymous Author on August 15th, 2016
Many tech workers with ADHD don’t fit the stereotypes.
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.
Two people working together to make something on a pottery wheel.
Issue 34 by Terri Burns on March 15th, 2016
While side projects can be a great indicator of personality, ability, and work-ethic, they should not have as much ability to make or break someone’s career.
An out-of-focus figure, standing by the window gazing outside.
Issue 33 by Justine Arreche on February 25th, 2016
There is not one single thing that makes it a good place for people with eating disorders to exist or recover.
Photo of brightly-colored marbles, suspended in air over a field.
Issue 32 by Dr. Nicole Forsgren & Jez Humble on February 4th, 2016
Two ideas conspire to drive underrepresented groups from the field: the belief that innate ability and brilliance are required to succeed; and the belief that certain groups of people do not have that innate brilliance.