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We can’t find qualified women or people of color – On that I call “Bull!” – Diversity and Inclusion in Technology

            After college I was an aspiring Mortician who took a chance and entered a corporate coding bootcamp.  I learned to program in seven languages in 13-weeks and emerged as a mainframe programmer.  That decision … Continue reading

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Rev. Jesse Jackson says Technology Diversity is the next Civil Rights Steps…As an African American Women in Tech, I DISAGREE.

Earlier this week it was reported that Rev. Jesse Jackson stated, “Tech Diversity is the next civil rights step.” As an African American Woman with 20+ years in the field of technology, I respectfully DISAGREE with Rev. Jackson’s opinion. As … Continue reading

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Google+ and Teens – Keeping Kids Safe Online

Google+ has rolled out the welcome mat for teens, but as parents you still want to make sure you have a full understanding of what that means for your child. When Google launched Google+ in 2010 it was for adults … Continue reading

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