Steph Martin

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Why Women Should Code

Women should code.<p>Or at least we should give them the opportunity to learn if they’re interested. Of course, sometimes a woman might not know that …

Computer Science

Young Women Who Code Workshops: A Guide to Get Girls Talking “TECH”

A growing number of organizations have become driving forces behind a global effort to bring feminine flair to the tech field. By replacing …

Etsy’s Trying to Fix Tech’s Women Problem. Why Aren’t You?

The first step is, throw out the hoodie-wearing boy-genius and build a new archetype.<p><b>By Ann Friedman</b><i><br>Illustration by Angie Wang</i><p><b>Sexism in the …

This Is How We Can Get More Women Working In Tech

Did those adorable Supergirls at the fifth-annual White House Science Fair this week make you a little weepy, or was that just me? I have an excuse, …

Women in Tech

My Thoughts on Designing in the Browser vs. Designing in Photoshop

Designing in the browser is becoming more and more popular with the rise of “designers who code”. But just because we’ve picked up some new skills …

Wireframing

Coding Like a Girl

<i>(this was originally given as a talk at</i> <i>AlterConf</i> <i>in Oakland. this talk only addresses gender diversity and was given in the context of other talks</i> …

Adobe Wants To Kill Your Desktop

This year, Adobe will launch multitasking tools on mobile that might enable you to work faster than you would on a desktop.<p>If you use Photoshop or Illustrator for a living, you probably live at your desk, tethered to your standard-issue computer. But Scott Belsky, known best for founding the …

Google Invests $50 Million In “Made With Code” Program To Get Girls Excited About CS

This week, Google launched a new initiative called Made With Code, aimed at getting young women excited about learning to code and close the gender gap in the tech industry. The idea behind it is to show young girls that the things they love, from apps on their smartphones to their favorite movies …