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By now, most of you have heard about the sexual assault at Code Mash. Justine -- and others that come out about sexual assault -- are some of the bravest people in the world. They have opened themselves and their lives up to the scrutiny of an often cruel world. And I salute them. But what I really want to talk about are the witnesses. Zach, who was talking ...
A while back I along with a small group of women in the NYC Ruby community, participated in a conversation with the GoRuCo organizers about how to get more women attending and speaking at GoRuCo. It was a fruitful conversation and Francis wrote up a great post on the results of that conversation on the GoRuCo blog. I encourage you to read it.
This is a little behind the times due to a job change, but I was featured on the STEMinist blog back in April. Check it out. Note: I am no longer at that job.
I am currently hiring a few students for a summer internship. About 40% of the applicants were women and about half my interviews are with women. How'd I do it? It was common sense really. (more…)
In a moment of genuine unintended irony, I decided to start learning Rails at the exact moment that a huge uproar happened over a conference presentation that contained pornographic images and the following "don't hamper my freedom from expression/to look at naked chicks" response from much of the Rails community. Worse yet, DHH, creator of Rails and partner in 37 ...