- College at 12 PhD at 16 meet the amazing Tesca Fitzgerald | Women Rock Science: “Sixteen year old robotics enthusiast Tesca just finished her degree in Computer Science and is now heading to Georgia Tech to do a PhD in Cognitive Science and Human Robotic Interaction.”
- Science in Action Winner for 2013: Elif Bilgin | Scientific American Blogs: “Elif Bilgin, 16, of Istanbul, Turkey, winner of the 2013 $50,000 Science in Action award, part of the third annual Google Science Fair.”
- Bringing Minority Girl Voices To Silicon Valley | Budding Scientist, Scientific American Blog Network: Interview with the founder of Black Girls CODE
- Female programming dream that’s gone off the Rails | Fiona Cullinan: Sometimes bootcamps don’t boot.
- My Grandma Can Code Circles Around Your Dudebro | this ain’t livin’: “I’m really tired of seeing adult women framed as hapless victims of technology they are clearly too stupid to use”
- Three real virtues of a programmer | theresaanna.com: I got to thinking about Larry Wall’s three programmer virtues, remembered how much I disagree, and wrote my own.
- SUL supports conference anti-harassment policies | Stanford University Libraries: A workplace explicitly encouraging anti-harassment policies at conferences its employees attend. Nifty!
- Women offered as perks in a job ad | New Statesman: “Notice which of those things is not like the others? That’s right, number eight appears to be placing female employees on roughly the same level a jar of chocolate eclairs.”
- PC Monsters of Genre: Collect Them All! | Jim C. Hines: Sexist, racist homophobes make a Twitter list of people they hate. Jim C. Hines finds out. Epic win ensues.
- ATARI Commercial | Feminist Frequency: Hard to believe this ATARI Home Computers commercial with its surprisingly feminist message was actually broadcast on television thirty years ago in 1983.
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