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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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Learn to Code – Sisters Code Weekend Website Warrior Course

Registration is open until Thursday, May 28, 2015 for Sisters Code’s Weekend Website Warrior Course.  This class is for beginners, where you will learn in a fun and interactive environment. This class is for women ages 25 – 85, as … Continue reading

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Video: Sisters Code featured on MSNBC’s Home Grown Detroit with Joy Reid- Bridging the Gender Gap in Technology

Marlin Page, founder of Sisters Code, speaks with Joy Reid about efforts to close the gender gap in coding and emerging technologies.  

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Five tips for women who want to learn how to code – Bridging the gender and racial gap in technology

          20-years ago I literally stumbled into the field of of technology, and my life was transformed.  After college I was an aspiring mortician at a local funeral home.  My day consisted of learning to embalm, … 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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