Timothy Campos, the CIO of Facebook, announced via a Facebook post that he has decided to leave the company at the "end of this year," and Facebook has finally put up the job listing to replace him.
GitHub is 64 percent male worldwide and 64 percent white in the U.S.
The Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council recently released findings [.pdf] on the state's tech sector and women's role in it. Unfortunately, the numbers tell a disappointing story when it comes to women in the sector. Women don't make as much as men do, and worse, aren't getting their share of the jobs.
What sets this service apart from others like it – for example, Glassdoor – is that you can filter the reviews based on elements like race, gender or years worked at a company.
Hackajob is a job-hunting site where potential employers pose job-specific challenges to job seekers. Those job seekers then set out to complete those challenges and, essentially, prove themselves.
Stoddard will be responsible for creating a "scalable technology and business infrastructure" which will support Adobe's cloud platform, the company said in a statement.
Upwork, a website that connects up freelance talent with employers, took a look at its database of Internet of Things job postings to understand how the demand has grown, and what skills are most desired right now.
Reps. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) are working on a bipartisan effort to change the H-1B visa system. They'd like the system to move away from a lottery and focus on using salary offers, Computerworld reported.
U.S. technology spending growth is expected to slow in 2016 thanks to cloud services taking over and leaving traditional tech spending in the dust without driving overall growth, a Forrester report noted. Political and economic worries are slowing things down as well, the Wall Street Journal said.
Many are trying to find out why women aren't as well represented in tech. Some assume it's lack of interest, others assume a lack of encouragement. Whatever the reasons may be, Swati Mylavarapu has an idea of what can be done to fix the problem, and it starts long before women are even considering careers.