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    We are very excited to be honoring Amazon Prime Now on Mogul’s list of Top 1000 Companies Worldwide for Millennial Women in 2018!

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    Any blockchain aficionados interested in giving a talk?

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    #simulationtheory #ariellelondon #perspective

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    @Sheehan Tiffany @guudgyalriri @Samir Goel what was your reaction to this news? What's the future of Facebook? 

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    @Ameris Jimenez  @Mom of Ten @Katie Lacour have you all heard of this? 

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    Introduction to Deep Learning.

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    preranaK
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    I was watching a video that explained how computers processed new information, and how some of these processes are comparable to the human brain. That got me into this article, which talks about how our computers can't fully think on their own yet, but in the future, may be able to perform several tasks at the same time, as neurons do.

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    Why Have Women Been Left Behind in Tech?

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    Mogul Receives Its First US Trademark: "xxCoders"

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    preranaK
    San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States xxCoder Leader

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    For web app development, I think Python would be a great starter coding language! It was one of my first languages I've learned and enjoyed, especially due to the readability nature of the syntax. Python can also be very flexible for coders on all levels, from beginners to experts in the tech industry. It would be easy to teach concepts and run it on Python, which would help given that your audience is super young! 


    I'm not experienced enough in mobile app development to recommend a suitable language, but I think it would be a much harder task to teach middle schoolers as opposed to learning and grasping the fundamentals of programming. It would be really cool if anyone had recommendations in mobile app development though! I'm interested in finding out as well.

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    preranaK
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    I found this article after attending a club meeting where our guest speaker was a Data Scientist at Netflix. I found her work in the field fascinating, especially when she mentioned how she took large amounts of data and wrote code to automate analysis, or how companies with such massive inputs of consumer data store this information. I was astonished when she brought up the fact that women make up only 16%-25% of data jobs at major tech companies. Given how integral data science is to machine learning and in managing big data, I feel that this highlights the need for more exposure to this field. Personally, I was extremely inspired when she mentioned how she started out in a completely different major and transitioned into data science later in her career by teaching herself languages like SQL, R, and Python.

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    Amazon Prime Now Woman in Tech Event Recap

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    Pathways to Tech

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    Siobhan OneMama Neilland - made Mogul's TOP 100 Innovators in Diversity Inclusion list!

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    Women in Tech; The Struggle is Real

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    Amazon Prime Now: Irvine Women's Event

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    Engineering spotlight: Marie-Laure Bardonnet

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    Natasha Ravinand
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    This is a great question! In my opinion, a good introductory programming language for an absolute beginner has a few characteristics:


    1. It is general-purpose - some languages are focused on a very specific task, while others are general and can do almost anything, though maybe not as well as the single-purpose languages. When a language is general purpose, you learn how to think like a programmer. When a language is single-purpose, you learn how to think in that particular language. Of course you want to learn to think in that particular language, but thinking like a programmer is the real lesson here. Once you think like a programmer, you can accomplish almost anything you can dream up.
    2. It is easy to read - a heuristic here is "does it look like English?"
    3. It is easy to understand - similar to the 1st characteristic but a heuristic here is when a beginner is given a piece of code in this language, does it mean what they think it means?
    4. It is easy to setup - in order to begin programming in this language, how many things do you have to do and how simple/complex are those things?
    5. It has a big community - as a beginner, you generally do not want to start learning a language that only 2 people know in the world

    Okay, now that I've listed out all of those things, my recommendation is Ruby. Check it out at https://www.ruby-lang.org!

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    Learn HTML, Not Cursive: Why It's OK To Stop Teaching Cursive

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    preranaK
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    @TiffanyPham When I read about this, I immediately remembered you. What has your experience been like as a female CEO in tech?

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    My introduction to the world of Cyber-Security.

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    Titash Mandal
    Brooklyn, NY, United States Programmer, Problem Solver, Classical Dancer who loves travelling.

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    preranaK
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    This article discusses a joint research undertaking with IBM and other research universities/scientists to expand computing power to study links between bacteria and the causes of autoimmune diseases. The effort is a part of the World Community Grid project, which crowdsources computing power, where anyone can run software that conducts virtual experiments. The vast scale exemplifies the ever increasing role of computing in the scientific world. I think it's really interesting how something as simple as loaning your computer for research efforts can make a difference in the world.

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    lola1523
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    The Rewriting the Code Fellowship is a year-long program that provides the opportunity to intern in a top tech company across a variety of industries and gain essential personal and confidence-building skills needed to excel in the tech industry. The Rewriting the Code fellowship includes: Summer internship opportunities with leading tech companies in the 5 Rewriting the Code hub cities of Boston; New York City; Raleigh-Durham, NC; the San Francisco Bay area; Seattle; and many cities across the US Community building among peers through online communities and in-person events Coaching and development within a team of Fellows, near peer mentors and experienced leaders Robust educational programming and training with industry leaders Company site visits and events in Rewriting the Code hub cities throughout the summer Following the year-long fellowship, students are invited to apply again or, if entering senior year, to graduate to Rewriting the Code alumni. We encourage all of our fellows, present and past, to remain active members of the community, encourage and support young women who come behind them, and help attract, retain and advance women in technology!

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    Meet the Amazon Prime Now Tech Team

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    Biocomputers

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    Want to Get Interviewed?

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    For The Tech Savvy: Decentralizing Cloud Services And Changing The Internet

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    As a research intern, part of my work involves taking data from various sensors. This got me thinking, What else are sensors used for? I decided to do a little bit of digging online and found that one of the most common household objects with a truckload of sensors is a cell phone. It's incredible how hardware and software work together so well to make a sensor (or any gadget really) function. Here are some more examples of sensors being used in daily life: How accelerometers are used in motion sensing gaming devices like the wii remote: http://scienceline.org/2006/12/motioncontrollers/ Burglar alarms http://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/household-safety/security/burglar-alarm2.htm

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    The Origins of Leo Learns

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    preranaK
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    The other day, I heard someone talking about how there is IoT technology for a toothbrush that connects to your phone and monitors you how well you are brushing your teeth. Although the idea seems really crazy, it isn't much of a surprise since IoT is popping up in all areas of life. As for me, I'll stick to my regular old toothbrush! :P

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    For my history final project last semester, we were instructed to give a speech on an influential figure in American history. I had heard that Grace Hopper was one of the early figures in computer science, so I decided to choose her. As I started researching, I learned that she not only brought forth the idea of a compiler, but truly revolutionized computer science and its scope, and that she is the reason we have programmer friendly languages and user friendly devices. Her story is truly inspiring, especially the fact that she, a woman in the early 1900s, gained so much respect and admiration for her monumental work. She demonstrates that women can make important contributions in the tech field as well.

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    Awesome article for those thinking about starting/picking up a new career in coding! Very interesting tips and tricks.

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    Natasha Ravinand
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    A unique take on how a coding bootcamp may or may not be for you. For those who might not be aware, a coding bootcamp is typically a few months long, with concentrated focus on learning various programming disciplines.

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    FINDMINE selected one of the top 100 companies for millennial women!

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    preranaK
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    Always good to work in group, if at all possible!

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    Natasha Ravinand
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    Absolutely great read on a couple women using tech for their own, inspiring pursuits. A short article and really worth your time!

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    This article is dedicated to our customers. It describes the User Interface(UI) development flow in Django Stars from the idea to the final result. Let’s move to the starting point. >>> http://djangostars.com/blog/ui-development-flow/

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