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Is a Career in STEM Really for Me?
An 8th grader ponders the options, finds science and engineering far down on the list
Will Wiring Up A Dollhouse Draw Girls Into STEM Careers?
Startup Maykah Inc. hopes its Roominate toy will inspire women to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math.
Google Bets $50 Million on Inspiring Girls to Become Coders
Google has unveiled a $50 million initiative to boost the interest of girls in computer science
Facebook's H-1B Software Engineer Salaries Climb Six Percent Annually. Google's Go Up Two Percent; Uber's Drop
A new online tool for easy browsing of hardware and software engineer salaries dips into H1B visa data
Women Encourage Other Women to Lead and Discover Their Inner Entrepreneur
Women Entrepreneurs and Leaders Join Forces to Celebrate Women ’s Entrepreneurship Day in San Francisco
Who’s Hiring? Who’s Firing? Checking in on Tech Jobs, Starting With Bad News From Volkswagen
Volkswagen cuts 30,000, NetApp, and Marvell also slash jobs. But Tinder is on the hunt in Silicon Valley and Tesla puts out a help-wanted sign in Germany
Where Are the Jobs for Autonomous Vehicle Engineers? GM and Google Top the List
Hardware and software engineers looking to work on autonomous vehicle technologies have lots of choices, according to an analysis by Indeed.com
The Ever-Evolving Field of Electrical Engineering
What’s the single constant? Love of a challenge
Computer Vision Leader Fei-Fei Li on Why AI Needs Diversity
At the White House Frontiers Conference, Stanford's Li details three crucial reasons to increase diversity in AI
Analyst: Ugly Year for Tech Layoffs, and It’s Going to Get Worse
This year’s big company tech layoffs are just the beginning; the layoff tsunami is about to hit startups, says Trip Chowdhry
Is Silicon Valley Discriminating Against Men and Asians?
The latest discrimination lawsuits against Silicon Valley companies come from members of populations well represented in the world of tech
The Right Way to Hire and Retain Minority Engineers
There’s no shortage of talented minority engineers. Experts weigh in on how to find and keep them
Silicon Valley’s Secret Involves Proximity, Stolen Parts, and the Kindness of Strangers, Say Atari Alumni
Atari alumni, gathering in Silicon Valley last week, reminisce about Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Ray Dolby, and all the companies that got started with “liberated” parts
Germany's Engineering Gap Increasing Fast With Rise of New Technologies
Germany's industry will have to fill 100,000 extra engineering positions
Why Should Engineers Give Themselves Awards?
Because engineers look good in evening wear (and so does the profession)
Where the Tech Jobs Are: 2016
The Internet of Things, medical electronics, and railroads are all good bets
Chris Urmson Leaves Google Car Project
It's the most prominent departure yet in the self-driving industry's game of musical chairs
The 2016 Top Programming Languages
C is No. 1, but big data is still the big winner
Interactive: The Top Programming Languages 2016
Find the programming languages that are most important to you
Top Programming Languages Trends: The Rise of Big Data
Languages like Go, Julia, R, Scala, and even Python are riding the number-crunching wave