Oct 4th 2010 8:58AM what a statement am first a cs and last a woman!! sounds to me like look if I made it to hear you can make it too, and look down to the mass that cannot get through. what an individual indeed..
Applauds to TechCrunch for setting up the joke. Did they give extra bonus to the monsterator for each hostility she was burping? According to her we should be thankful for all the sexism that challenge us to become successful like her (and obviously extra counter constructive and authoritative). Not mentioning the raising hands call, how a radical democratic gesture of her, o la la! Talking about building up instead of complaining about gender (non-)parity in the IT, her attitude leads only how to trash the movement.
Moreover, tech is a big umbrella covering many many different disciplines. Luckily you don't need a computer scientist degree for all single tech field you enter! This I call science fetishism. And what was the argument about looking at the wrong ratio fix? Sounds like we first go through the class revolution and then we look into sexism. Well it hasn't worked that far in any struggle (democratic/socialist/communist/anarchistic), and thus it can only sound as a cliché.
IMO I wouldn't accredit the failure to female emotions. I mean have you seen the Oprah show with Mark Zuckerberg preaching about how everyone deserves a good education and flattering his own monetary pledge into Newark schools. How philanthropic and sensitive is he! in this panel I see all misery going down to the moderator and the tactics behind the specific mixing of the chosen representatives.
We need debates on the lack of women in tech because increasing awareness builds up for better parity in the field and does away with lame arguments (aka if we are not socked with the fact, we shouldn't discuss about it).
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