Category: Tech Women

An Unpopular Opinion: Am I a Good Feminist?

Last week I helped out at anĀ #ILookLikeAnEngineer event. There have been lots of write ups about the event, but I think my favorite, and not coincidentally the most critical I’ve read, was from Re/code. The last paragraph in particular sums up my mixed feelings about the event. #ILookLikeAnEngineer was a nice gathering for people with […]

I Don’t Have To Choose

My favorite story when I was trying to describe myself while looking for a job involved the fact that I had a very non-traditional path to Software Engineering. I wear it as a badge of honor that I am able to do all of this without a degree in Computer Science. I went to a […]

Advocating for Geeks

Girl Power!

I’ve spent the past few week inundating my friend Ava, the one who starts Hackbright on Monday, with women in tech articles and sites online. She suggested I try to collect them all in one place, so here we go: Big Sites: Ada Initiative – Conferences, lobbying, mentoring. Lots of good stuff. Articles and video […]