If we asked you to think of a typical programmer, what picture would you have in your mind? Yes, you’re probably picturing a socially awkward person in a darkened room. What if I told you it hadn’t always been this way? Read our article about the hidden history of programming, get facts might change your ideas of this field.
Did you know that Tetris, the actual breakthrough in Game Boy was developed by a Russian coder and that Nintendo in Japan fought for years to finally get it? Who would have thought that the tale of how the Game Boy became the most popular handheld gaming system is like a funny soap opera. Read and enjoy our newest article on this exciting story.
We have always been greatly inspired by women led organizations who work for diversity day in day out. Providing more access to tech for women is more than crucial in better balancing these fields and it plays a huge part in breaking down the existing boundaries.
Here is my secret of how to create a 21st century company culture in law that will make you like Mondays as much as I do, since I couldn’t stress more strongly: “it’s not Mondays that suck, it’s your job.”
Can we call it diversity, when in most tech conferences, the gender ratio is way off – in the favor of men? Truth be told, the world seems to be all talk, not enough action, when it comes to the topic of including more women in tech.
The debate about lawyers and coding has been in the air for years. It cools down and then fires up again but the discussion buzzes to life on the twittersphere from time to time. However, the big question remains: do lawyers need to learn to code?