Hacker bootcamp school Hackbright will take 10 weeks to train the moms accepted into the program. During this time, old skills will get a refresh and new skills will be taught.
Halleloo! Drag queen Shangela made an appearance in today's Facebook Home launch. But this isn't Facebook's first foray into LGBT-friendly waters.
While SCOTUS debates LGBT rights and Facebook goes all red/pink stripey, real-world gay youth still battle many issues -- and too often, they do it alone. Here's how one hacker is trying to help.
Editor's Pick The drama! A scene devolves quickly into mutual understanding and cooperation when a woman dares to speak her mind.
The developer company is giving women in the tech community -- especially devs and product designers -- a chance to speak out about what drives them.
Code.org is an advocacy campaign focused at getting more kids interested in computer science. It's also working to get more states, schools, and teachers on board with the program.
Editor's Pick Here's the brief tech companies filed with the Supreme Court -- and the exact reason these business say they do support same-sex marriage.
Editor's Pick Gay and transgender engineers converged on a technology conference aimed at LGBT folks hosted on the Facebook campus last weekend. Here's why many Silicon Valley companies are taking this group seriously.
Uggos are smart and hotties are dumb, right? No? Oh, then GoDaddy has some explaining to do.
Editor's Pick In San Francisco, two guys are putting women through a 10-week bootcamp in software development. The goal: to change the gender ratio of the tech industry.
This isn't about porn or adult content. The military is blocking access to sites about health, legal rights, bullying, and even suicide prevention.
Editor's Pick How a sexist CES marketing email went terribly, horribly wrong.
Next week, Google is presenting a web video series featuring brilliant, successful women in tech — specifically, women who develop and design technology and applications, and who advocate for more gender balance in our industries.
The series is part of …
It's time to understand those who are different. The global economy depends on it.
The above is a sweet video our LGBT pals at Facebook cooked up for National Coming Out Day.
Facebook is one of the most openly supporting tech companies we’ve seen when it comes to queer issues. From taking on bullying …
Guest Post Women founders were few at DEMO Fall in Santa Clara. Here's what they had to say about living, working, and competing in a "man's world."
Guest Post As a sector, technologists are failing to utilize the full sum of talent our nation offers. Why is it that we should strain to think of a dozen African American or women tech entrepreneurs? Or even a half dozen?
Guest Post Women are under-represented in the tech industry largely due to women's skewed perception of technology and venture capital. Being feminine and in tech should not be mutually exclusive!
Culture Kitchen co-founders Abby Sturges and Jennifer Lopez want to share treasured recipes that have been passed down through generations of families. The San Francisco-based startup has turned home-cooking expertise into a viable small business.
Full disclosure: I was enrolled …
When Marissa Mayer threw away her VP job at Google to take over as Yahoo’s new CEO, she was making a very conscious career decision, and one that would take her straight to the top of a huge, global company.…