It used to be that companies mainly look for developers from top universities, like Stanford, MIT, UC Berkeley.
About a month ago, Phil Hord changed his status from “not looking” to “actively seeking.” What followed was like a blender of job offers swirling in his brain.
Few eyebrows furrow faster than Rizwana Rizia’s when you ask her if she’s ever felt disadvantaged from being a woman in the male-dominated field of engineering.
Martin Harriman wanted to make his way back to the software industry after a decades-long break building hardware, so he did what most people do when they’re trying to change industries.
Chances are, 11-year-old programmer Mari Machaidze is growing up in a pretty different world than you and me.
Alibek Datbayev’s journey to helping build the future of travel at Booking.com Nearly 38 rejections in the span of 2-3 months sounds rueful to the average person.