Thousands of women technologists have joined a new Facebook group to talk about motherhood in the tech industry. We spoke with Linda Xiong, founder of the new Moms in Tech group.
Omoju Miller talks about her career switch into data science, and she gives advice on how to make the jump. "Like most data scientists, I didn't get my doctorate in computer science or data science."
2017 is the year of machine learning and artificial intelligence. We dusted off Photoshop to bring you five fresh gifs for decorating your design docs, slide decks, and snarky tweets.
It's easy to imagine that "everyone" in the Bay Area is rich and white, but some of us grew up in working-class homes. Some are immigrants; some are children of immigrants; and others experienced homegrown American poverty.
We founded startups, earned PhDs from Berkeley and Stanford, and hacked on products with billions of users. Now—ten years later —we’re leaving.
Dressing formally for an interview marks you as an outsider at a company like Google or Facebook, where executives wear hoodies and shoes with toes.
"It's dead," he said. "It's been dying since I was five."
Investors give the book to founders, executives at Twitter pass the book around, and its influence on Google leadership is obvious.
Stanford hosted a series of technical talks by prominent data scientists.
Given the composition of program committees, most researchers can expect their work to be reviewed primarily or only by men.
A (humorous) comprehensive FAQ on behalf of all women in tech.
Unfortunately, all-male panels and speaker lineups mean that some women lack examples of female conference attire.
Tech companies may not have dress codes, but they do have de facto uniforms.