Women of Silicon Valley is back!

Calling all female tech innovators, leaders and disruptors! The Women in Tech World Series is returning to Santa Clara on May 4-5 2020. It's the West Coast’s biggest celebration of the successes and innovations being engineered by women from across the tech sector. 

Speaker Spotlight: Q&A with Elizabeth Matusov, Software Engineer @ Invitae

Elizabeth Matusov speaks to us about her role in the tech industry and shares her thoughts on Women of Silicon Valley, taking place May 2-3 in San Francisco.

Speaker Spotlight: Q&A with Gail Gottehrer, Founder @ Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC

Gail Gottehrer speaks to us about her role in the tech industry and shares her thoughts on Women of Silicon Valley, taking place May 2-3 in San Francisco.

Speaker Spotlight: Q&A with Sheila Jordan, CIO @ Symantec

Sheila Jordan speaks to us about her role in the tech industry and shares her thoughts on Women of Silicon Valley, taking place May 2-3 in San Francisco.

Own Your Growth: A Career Checklist

April 16, 2019 | Aisha Quaintance, Slalom

What does it take to land your dream job? In today’s talent war, you can write your own ticket — if you have the courage to define and pursue it.

Speaker Spotlight: Q&A with Svetlana Vaz, Senior Computer Scientist @ Adobe

Svetlana Vaz speaks to us about her role in the tech industry and shares her thoughts on Women of Silicon Valley, taking place May 2-3 in San Francisco.

Speaker Spotlight: Q&A with Shaloo Garg, Managing Director, Silicon Valley, Southwest @ Microsoft for Startups

Shaloo Garg speaks to us about her role in the tech industry and shares her thoughts on Women of Silicon Valley, taking place May 2-3 in San Francisco.

How I Became a Software Engineer

Women of Silicon Valley speaker Stephanie A. Higa shares the story of her transition from architecture student to Senior Software Engineer.

Face to face with facial recognition

The Internet loves buzz words: AI, machine learning, biotechnology, natural language processing, neural networks, gene editing, robotic process automation and collective intelligence with few the wiser on what these terms actually mean or how it will impact their lives.

Neurodiversity in Silicon Valley

March 28, 2019 | Georgina Varley

The San Francisco Bay Area is home to one of the largest autism diagnosis clusters. Here's why tech companies in California need to embrace neurodiversity. 

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