Geekmom at Wired interviewed me about Hacker School! Check it out.More... December 28, 2012
Of all the things I learned in college, what continues to stand out the most to me is that women do not run for public office unless they are asked. My hypothesis is that this applies not only to public office but to many other opportunities. Capable women won't necessarily apply for a position unless someone requests them to. A week ago, I finished Hacker School. Without my sister's encouragement, I may not have applied. Several of the other women in my batch mentioned their partner's or friend's support in their dicision to attend Hacker School.More... December 11, 2012
When I began Hacker School, my primary objective was to learn more about languages. In college, I focused on mathematical algorithms and physics computations but never delved into languages themselves. I wanted to better understand programming languages, how they're constructed, and how to choose the best one for the job.More... November 15, 2012
To most people math appears abstract, mysterious. Complicated. Inaccessible. But math is nothing but a different language to express the world. Math can be sensual. Math can be tasted, it smells, it creates sound and color. One can touch it - and be touched by it...More...