Yeah, so the site is busted! Not for long, I hope.
Good riddance to relations with Iran.
I thank the Canadian government for internationally chiding the Iranian regime. Not because of its purported threat to Israel or its alleged pursuit of nuclear weapons, but for its well-documented and insidious assault on its own people for the past 34 years.
“I had so many advantages, and I barely made it”: Pinterest engineer on Silicon Valley sexism - Quartz
My path to a career in software engineering should have been simple. I grew up in Silicon Valley, the child of two software engineers with computer science PhDs. I went to high school in Mountain View—the land of Google. Later, I went to college at Stanford University, where our university president was a computer scientist who had made a fortune in microprocessors. During the summers, I interned at Facebook and Google.
But even though I was completely immersed in tech culture, I had trouble envisioning a career in software engineering for myself. The issue wasn’t a lack of interest or ability. It was that the sexism I encountered, both in school and in the workplace, had me convinced that I wasn’t just good enough to make it in tech.