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Break New Ground

Diversity in Practice

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Oracle's Jessica McKellar and developer Asheesh Laroia recently led a session at PyCon 2012 on the subject of creating more diversity in the programmer community. The case study in question was The Boston Python User Group, which has worked diligently to create a membership composition that is 15% women - quite uncharacteristic for a user group.

Here's the session itself:

And here are the slides. This session is worth exploring by anyone interested in tactics for increasing programming community diversity.

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Comments ( 2 )
  • Martijn Verburg Friday, May 4, 2012

    Great stuff - will apply some of this to the London Java Community


  • John Yeary Monday, May 7, 2012

    This is a really good talk. The information is not just for diversity in terms of women, but diversity in general.


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