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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
Is a Career in STEM Really for Me?
An 8th grader ponders the options, finds science and engineering far down on the list
Resume Tips & Career Advice for Entry-Level Engineers
Join a panel of experts to discuss best practices for resumes and cover letters, career navigation, networking and professional development during an interactive webinar.
The Bandwidth Defender
A day in the life of professional radio-frequency-interference hunter Kevin Argentieri
R.I.P. SPARC and Solaris
Oracle’s latest round of layoffs marks the end of Sun’s SPARC and Solaris
Engineering Managers Say Great Teams Need Diversity, Regular Retraining
Engineering leaders at Slack, Nest, and Facebook say solving big technical challenges requires teams with diversity
Why George Keyworth Thought Science Belonged in the White House
Reagan’s science advisor died this week; Keyworth supported efforts to improve engineering education and believed “white coats” are an essential part of the White House team
When Diversity Delivers—and When It Doesn’t
IEEE Spectrum’s Q&A with Scott Page, author of The Diversity Bonus
Students Race Driverless Cars in Germany in Formula Student Competition
First batch of student-built driverless cars choose safety over speed
Travis Kalanick's and Anthony Levandowski's Texts Tell the Tale of What Uber Knew About Waymo Tech
Court filings show bromance between Uber founder and the engineer at the heart of the Waymo lawsuit
Commentary: Trump, Engineering Advisers, and the North Korea Crisis
An EE on the U.S. president's team would be a good influence right now
New Data Hammers Home Problems With H-1Bs and Outsourcing Firms
Government reports show outsourcing firms get lion's share of H-1B workers and underpay them
The Big Sprawl: Software Engineering Jobs Escape Into New Territories
Glassdoor's latest research shows software jobs are diffusing beyond traditional geographies and industries
Tech Workplace Gossip App Blind Opens to the Masses
Blind opens its tech gossip app to anyone who works in tech, but only some get into closed company rooms
Jerktech: When Callow Ideas Become Code
Technologically mediated obnoxiousness is spawning a new lexicon
42% of California’s STEM Workforce Hails From Outside the U.S.
Software engineering has highest share of foreign-born workers
Where the Jobs Are: 2017
Hot fields in the United States include embedded engineering, control engineering, and robotics
Interactive: The Top Programming Languages 2017
Find the programming languages that are most important to you
Top Programming Languages 2017: Focus on Jobs
We analyze the languages that are in demand by employers