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Can smaller T-shirts help solve the lack of women in tech?

gigaom.com
This has been a big week for women in technology. Facebook has finally put a woman on its board. Yesterday the Girls who Code project backed by Google, Twitter and eBay got a lot of attention. So last night at a Google Women Techmakers talk I expected more talk...
Can smaller T-shirts help solve the lack of women in tech?

An Inside Look At The Fight To Land Top Tech Talent (FB, ZNGA)

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Hiring top talent in tech is increasingly competitive. At the Fortune conference in Aspen, four people in charge of hiring for tech companies talked about how startups with smaller budgets can hope to compete. In the room was Andreessen Horowitz's Shannon Callahan, Facebook's Lori Goler, Zynga's Colleen McCreary, and Wasserman...
An Inside Look At The Fight To Land Top Tech Talent (FB, ZNGA)

Clef launches offering a viable replacement to passwords

pandodaily.com
Everyday it becomes more apparent: our online information is not as safe as we’d like it to be. There have been numerous reports of hackings, password losses, and other security breaches. Internet giants like LinkedIn, Yahoo, and Evernote have reported leaked users’ passwords within the last year alone. Information like credit card data...
Clef launches offering a viable replacement to passwords
Ivy League Students Get A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Dropbox, Cue, Romotive, And More
Microsoft is getting its ducks in a row -- in the nick of time

The Tech Industry's Massive Marketing Problem

readwrite.com
The US has a skilled developer shortage, and it's one of its own making. While Silicon Valley wrings its hands over H1B visa caps on skilled foreign workers, the bigger issue remains the U.S.' inability to educate its own citizens. Actually, it may be worse than this: while we may...
The Tech Industry's Massive Marketing Problem

My fair lady coder: From novice to programmer in 10 weeks at Hackbright

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On Mission Street in San Francisco, behind the shady characters hanging out by the 16th St. BART station, 12 women are graduating today. Each of them paid at least $6,000, some quit previous jobs, and all moved to the Bay Area to do one thing: learn to code, surrounded by...
My fair lady coder: From novice to programmer in 10 weeks at Hackbright
What skills do startups really want?
The road to gender balance in tech is paved with code
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