I am taking this StartupWeekend event as an opportunity to reply to TechCrunch’s post,
Women of Color in Tech: How Can We Encourage Them? The following blog post is written by a Brown woman and is advice to be followed by Brown women who are interested in technology, starting a company, launching a startup or being more successful in business.
A few weeks ago, TechCrunch wrote what I considered to be a “dumb” and patronizing article asking why there appeared to be so few Brown women launching tech startups. …
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This video represents all business ladies in jeans, suits, pajamas…and anyone who snorts when they laugh. Also for those geeky girls, geek women and nerdy women out there!…
Tonight I undertake a new skill set. Learning Ruby on Rails. For the next two days, the
Ruby On Rail Outreach Workshop For Women will be underway in San Francisco and I’m excited to be attending!
We’ll be at
Pivotal Labs both days getting our environment setup and learning the basics of programming in Ruby.
I’ve picked up the book by Chris Pine, “
Learn To Program” and am installing my Ruby development apps checklist now.… Continue Reading... This entry was posted in Adventures in Consulting, Events, Freetime, geek girls, geek notes, Geek Volunteer, Helping Others, How I Work, In Real Life, Moving to San Francisco, Tech Tasty, Technology Training on . May 21, 2010