LaunchDarkly CEO and Co-founder Edith Harbaugh biked solo across the U.S. in the summer of 2007. Harbaugh shares how her lessons from the road serve as tactics for both starting a company and effective software development.
One of the reviews: "Funny and unflinching, Shafrir's cast is chock full of strong women taking charge of a world the boys still think is their own... [a] sharp debut novel".―Girlboss. She will be book signing at a bookstore in Boston on the evening of May 1.
Civility is missing in today's political discourse.
Half Sesame Street, Half Last Week Tonight ...
The out takes are even funnier than the finished product
The forgotten story of 3 million women who dropped everything to help out on American farms.
Research suggests that people with a pessimistic outlook can be more productive, make fewer mistakes, and have better communication skills. (There is of course there is a woman angle ... )
How Shian-Jiann Lin's atmospheric grids could unify weather forecasts and climate models
The desert dingo beat out an explosive beetle, a pit viper and pink pigeon to win a grant to have its genome sequenced
Arturo Di Modica, the artist who made and installed "Charging Bull" decades ago, objected to New York City's decision to let "Fearless Girl" remain in place. Perspectives from around the internet ...
Parents and teachers say science is for everyone, then tell girls to “let the boys do it.”