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Advocating for a more diverse engineering and technology culture.
Issue #52 // December 6, 2016

Why It Matters For Tech Companies To Release Diversity Data On Time - Fast Company

How the Heads of Accenture and Girls Who Code Are Tackling Diversity - Fortune

Microsoft is becoming more male despite diversity efforts - Biz Journals

The Men Who Run Startups Blame Lack of Diversity on Everyone Else - Gizmodo

The Difference Between Diversity And Inclusion And Why It Is Important To Your Success - Forbes

Here's What Happened When I Started Being Myself at Work - Fortune

After Election, Diversity Trainers Face A New Version Of 'Us Versus Them' - NPR

 

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