Topic: women who code

Making women coders, one wearable at a time

At the age of 12, Sara Chipps taught herself how to code. She wanted to get computers to “call” each other, with the hopes that it would increase her circle of friends. While she searched for a way to make computers talk, she instead found a whole new community of kids who were creatively using … continue reading

Amazon Alexa comes to Pebble Core, Y Combinator backs Women Who Code, and EFF opposes CFAA bill—SD Times news digest: June 3, 2016

Pebble has announced that Amazon Alexa is integrating with Pebble Core, which means Amazon’s voice services will go to a fully independent, 3G-connected wearable device for the first time. Pebble Core backers on Kickstarter will get to experience Alexa first on Pebble’s wearable device, which will start to ship in early 2017. “Experiencing Amazon Alexa … continue reading

Women in tech careers need female role models, flexibility

While there has been an increasing amount of effort in encouraging women to get into technology professions, a recent survey suggested that major changes are needed to solve the rest of the workplace problems women are facing today. The study was conducted by Pluralsight, an online learning company for technology professionals, and Women Who Code, … continue reading

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