This week: why Google's diversity problem is our problem, and boiling down AI adoption by industry. Your whiffs include some satirical awards, including my own fact check failure.
Social conditioning is the cause of the gender imbalance, not biological differences. Madeline Bennett argues her case against the Google memo.
The Google diversity debacle just took a fresh turn as the company fires the controversial memo's author.
Grasping the prickly thorn of diversity is never easy and for one engineer at Google, it has brought the wrath of many. But was he right?
Another day, another clash between US President Trump and leaders from the tech sector, this time around equality and the decision to ban transgendered people from serving their country in the military.
How to inspire young people to pursue an IT career, and the best routes in. Focus on creativity, diversity and the impact you can make on society.
Lessons from Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Salesforce's Peter Coffee finds much to consider.
This week - Infor unfurls its AI play; Workday explains its PaaS moves. IBM Watson gets - and gives - a critique, and the future of work gets another flogging. Plus: your whiffs.
At FinancialForce Community Live, team members behind FinancialForce's diversity initiatives told me about their obstacles and ambitions.
Travis Kalanick has quit as CEO of Uber, an enforced decision that is the result of the firm's toxic culture. It's time for the firm to grow up and fast.
In the second part of our series on ageism in tech, Cath Everett explores the benefits of taking on older workers and how public and private sector employers can ensure they get the best candidate for the job.
The tech industry is perceived as being incredibly ageist. But just how much is perception and how much reality? Cath Everett explores the issues in the first of a series of articles on older workers in tech.
It's Texas' turn to get worked up about bathrooms. In the process, a tech alliance has been forged that includes some of the biggest hitters in the industry. This could turn nasty unless common sense prevails at Governor-level.