Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Playbook
tl;dr: "This DEI playbook has been created to help People Ops Leaders at companies around the world take action and create a more comprehensive DEI program."
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From McDonald’s to Google: How Kelsey Hightower Became One Of The Most Respected People In Cloud Computing
tl;dr: "Kelsey Hightower defied the enterprise tech sector's notorious diversity problems to become one of the industry's leading figures. Now he wants everyone's voice to be heard."
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60 Engineering Leaders To Watch: The Next FORTUNE 500 CTOs
tl;dr: "These powerful women leading technology and innovation at their companies are ones to watch. Many earned advanced degrees in engineering and robotics, serve on boards and give back."
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A Data-centric Approach To Understanding Underrepresentation And Its Impact
tl;dr: As well as highlighting the systemic issues with a lack of diversity in tech, Tutti cites four areas that need to be invested in to promote diversity - attract, develop, retain and promote - and actionable items for each.
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What Does Sponsorship Look Like?
tl;dr: A 2017 post - "studies have shown that women (and nonbinary folks) are over-mentored, but under-sponsored." Sponsoring is about "fighting to get somebody a promotion, mentioning their name in an appointments meeting, etc..." Lara outlines examples of what sponsorship looks like, in practice.
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Stuff I've Learned About Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Over The Past Few Years
tl;dr: Current best practices around D&I aren't necessarily impactful. Will believes the following result in genuine progress (1) Don’t tokenize others (2) Don’t center yourself (3) Don’t be comfortable, and focus on what actually works.
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Diversity, Inclusion, And Belonging For All
tl;dr: LinkedIn's open course to "learn about the challenges and opportunities inherent in working in diverse organizations."
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The Computer Pioneer Who Built Modern China
tl;dr: Considered to be the “Mother of Chinese Computing, not only did Xia Peisu build the first home grown computer, she pioneered the countries CS education systems.
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Software Development 450 Words Per Minute
tl;dr: This article demonstrates how Tuukka, a blind developer, writes code. He spends most of his time in the terminal, prefers Windows 10 as it's more accessible and has a screen reader that reads at 3x the speed that normal English is spoken.
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