Giving people the recognition and respect they deserve is the start of helping evolve open source software into a more sustainable ecosystem.
2015 Year in Review on December 16th, 2015
Protecting yourself online takes time, money and privilege.
Issue 30 on November 24th, 2015
The system won’t work if there are no developers. It also won’t work if we fire the sales team or get rid of the marketing staff or can the designers. Tech is an ecosystem, and it’s much healthier when we are working cohesively within that system.
Issue 27 on September 17th, 2015
I look around and I see my friends building technologies that make life easier for abusers. I am overwhelmingly sad thinking of all the people whose lives have been made orders of magnitude more hellish carrying ever-connected computers on their bodies.
Issue 26 on September 1st, 2015
The job search in tech equals an unpaid full-time job.
Issue 25 on August 13th, 2015
Instead of prioritizing coding work, we should instead look at our teams and companies as a complex and intricate organism, requiring every part of it to cooperate in order to work.
Issue 23 on June 30th, 2015
If you’re someone who identifies strongly with the techie stereotype, then all of these myths about the tech industry and its predictable culture make it sound like a promised land that was built just for you.
Issue 20 on April 28th, 2015
American technology culture is reflective and a result of American systemic racism and sexism.