Gender bias exists not only in our workplace, but also in our personal lives. Companies and communities have been working hard to be more inclusive and diverse, yet this is a very difficult problem to solve. Why? Is it just a matter of time or can there be other factors involved? Let's take a dive into what is preventing women from progressing or reaching the top and how we can help bring the balance. To go beyond mere stereotypes, we will get familiarized with the basics of how our brain operates, how biases form, and other factors that contribute to a gender-biased system. We will work...Learn More
Women Who Test
Thursday, October 15 (1-5pm ET) and Friday, October 16 (1-4pm ET)
This is an interactive workshop and live event participation is highly recommended for both days!
Women Who Test is the ideal way for women to network with other women who work in software testing. It is also a day to learn from and be inspired by each other. The program will cover testing topics and will support women’s personal and career journeys and include content like: reengineering your life, growing your personal brand, setting goals, discovering your career superpowers, and how to problem-solve when you are a female in the tech industry where your gender is out numbered 7:3.
Join women test engineers, managers, CEOs, and consultants for some truly inspiring talks and fascinating group work. Read below for the overview of sessions and full descriptions.
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