Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Mar 2014 17:46 UTC
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The big story over the weekend.

The exit of engineer Julie Ann Horvath from programming network GitHub has sparked yet another conversation concerning women in technology and startups. Her claims that she faced a sexist internal culture at GitHub came as a surprise to some, given her former defense of the startup and her internal work at the company to promote women in technology.

GitHub's response:

We know we have to take action and have begun a full investigation. While that’s ongoing, and effective immediately, the relevant founder has been put on leave, as has the referenced GitHub engineer. The founder’s wife discussed in the media reports has never had hiring or firing power at GitHub and will no longer be permitted in the office.

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by andrewclunn on Mon 17th Mar 2014 19:15 UTC
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2012-11-05

So yeah... Can't read the story.

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by shmerl on Mon 17th Mar 2014 19:29 in reply to "Page Not Found"
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2010-06-08

Just remove the last space. Here is a correct link: http://techcrunch.com/2014/03/15/julie-ann-horvath-describes-sexism...

Edited 2014-03-17 19:30 UTC

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by andrewclunn on Mon 17th Mar 2014 19:59 in reply to "RE: Page Not Found"
andrewclunn Member since:
2012-11-05

Thanks... The "boy's club" stuff seems totally plausible. The rest... well ONE of these two women is crazy.

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