When news of the struggle between Apple and the FBI came to light a couple of weeks ago, I pretty quickly thought that Apple should just unlock the phone and be done with it. Since that first thought crossed my mind, my opinion has changed many times. I still have not definitively chosen a side in… Continue reading Post VII: Government Backdoors
For the second project, Kat and I created an Interview and Job Search guide (featured on this blog post). It was interesting to be able to think back on all of the advice that I have been given regarding interviewing and networking and really reflect on what advice is really worth following. Of all of the… Continue reading Project 2 Response
For Project 2, Katrina Gonzales and I created an Interview_Guide for Notre Dame Computer Science and Engineering students.
Purely based on statistics, it is incredibly clear that there is a diversity deficit in the technology industry, and in the engineering industry as well. I have read Eileen Pollack’s article from The New York Times before, which became evident when I read, “Figuring out why people who choose not to do something don’t in fact do… Continue reading Post VI: Diversity in the Tech Industry
At the ripe old age of 21, some may say that I am way too young to be stressing out about how I am possibly going to have a family and a career. Heck, I can’t even figure out how I would ever take care of a dog while working, much less a baby. I… Continue reading Post V: If I can’t “have it all,” can I have most of it?