On June 21, I saw a tweet that raised a red flag for me. On my personal G+ account, I wrote: "I saw this tweet today from a hiring manager: 'Just interviewed for a sysadmin. I'm struggling since she has no social footprint. Is that wrong, or should social be key?' What are your thoughts on a 'social footprint' requirement for sysadmins?"
Last week USENIX held its first Women in Advanced Computing Summit (WiAC '12) as part of its Federated Conferences Week. Videos from the event will be on our site soon. Meanwhile, here is a list of 30 recommended links.
Women in Advanced Computing Recommended Links Roundup:
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