Culture

Apps, Infrastructure and the Business of The New Stack from a Woman’s Perspective

24 Sep 2014 12:12pm, by

The New Stack is running a series of posts about the diversity of developers and people in IT who are building and managing a new generation of application stacks and infrastructure. These are stories by women and the companies they run, the apps they are developing and the complex systems they manage. The stories will explore the communities they are a part of and how that influences their work and perspectives about the tech community.

The mission of The New Stack is to be a richly diverse organization that embraces balance and equality. Our hope is to simply be a hub for conversation about the diverse group of women who contribute significantly to the tech community from all parts of the world. We are looking for viewpoints by women from India, China, the United States, really any place, no matter the geography.

Why do this? The New Stack is about the economic, sociological and political aspects of the way new stacks are built and managed around the world. We write about the applications people are building and the ways they are managed. This series will help us deeper explore what the new stack means for all aspects of the way we live and work.

We will run stories every two weeks by women who want to share their stories. If you have a story you want to write for The New Stack, please contact us.

Our first post will appear tomorrow. We look forward to hearing from you with your feedback and interest in contributing to this new series of stories.

Thanks. Alex.

Alex Williams
Founder, The New Stack
alex@thenewstack.io
503-473-6237

Feature image via Flickr Creative Commons.

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