By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Dr. Bruno Lopes Vieira, Professor at Universidade Federal Fluminense (IC/UFF) and researcher at FR∀M∃ Lab. In this interview, Dr. Lopes Vieira states that respect is non-negotiable. At the start of his career, comments were passed off as jokes. It’s…
By Bhavani Thuraisingham
Abstract This article is based on a keynote address I gave virtually at the IEEE Computer Society’s International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE) in May 2022. It first discusses the challenges faced by women and those from the under-represented communities in computer science careers and the benefits of a career…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Dr. Alexander Gamero Garrido, Future Faculty Fellow at Northeastern University. Dr. Gamero Garrido talks about his challenge of finding spaces that cater to the intersection of identities, in his case, being gay and Hispanic. Continue reading to learn more…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Dr. John Samuel, Associate Professor at École Supérieure de Chimie Physique Électronique (CPE Lyon) and Associate Researcher at LIRIS Lab. It can be a challenge showing up with authenticity, but Dr. Samuel mentions we must first come out to…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Dr. Daniel Gillis, Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Guelph. Dr. Gillis finds himself at the confluence of many communities and uses his background to not just talk about change, but build it!…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Didem Gurdur Broo, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at Stanford University. Didem echoes not only a call for representation, but also creating an environment where people from diverse backgrounds feel safe to stay in industry and academia.
By Samantha Clayton
Navigating the digital transformation era requires a strong captain, and forward-thinking businesses opt for a CIO (Chief Information Officer) to steer the ship. Companies jumping on board (okay, that’s the last ship reference) to recruit a CIO for this task are not alone. In 2020, the total number of CIOs…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Griffin Solot-Kehl, a Developer Advocate at Dolby Laboratories. Griffin offers great advice for up-and-coming developers to be loud, build things, and make connections. He also sends a call to organizations to strive to create diverse and representative leadership.
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Ivan Zhao, a student at Brown University studying applied mathematics and computer science. Not only did Ivan teach himself frontend development, design, and 3D modeling, but he’s also active with a publication reclaiming tech-optimism and a student-led venture fund.…
By Pohan Lin
For many people, the word “scientist” conjures up images of a white-coated, slightly disheveled man working in a lab, maybe bearing a close resemblance to Christopher Lloyd in Back to the Future. The reality is that scientists come in a wide variety of guises. And they work in an even…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Alexander Serebrenik, Full Professor of Social Software Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. Alexander shares advice for LGBTQ+ students and early career professionals still looking for like-minded peers, and wonderful suggestions on how universities can update course…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Pride in STEM, with Dr. Christian Newman, Assistant Professor at Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Newman shares his knowledge based on his experience running the Source Code Analysis and Natural Language Lab, and great advice for LGBTQ+ students and professionals navigating education and…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The rising demand for security traverses all sectors of the software industry—and expands to include end-users, government organizations, academia, and so on. Recent statistics show that besides a rise in cybercrime targeting networks and systems, over 30% of companies detected attempts to exploit vulnerabilities found in software. This underscores the…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
First appearing in 1995, JavaScript was meant to be “simple, robust, portable…high performance,” and more, according to JavaScript creator, James Gosling. One of the most popular programming languages in the world, JavaScript is the foundation for millions of applications, thanks to its inherent simplicity and versatility. However, JavaScript has also…
By Larry Alton
The most proactive and productive teams are usually the ones that have the most freedom. If you want to push your team to the next level, you must look for ways to empower them. There should be less hand-holding, micromanaging, and more empowerment as a tech manager.   The Benefits…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As the Internet continues to grow and thrive as a vital platform for commerce and information flow, the demand for front-end developers remains strong. React has emerged as the front-end library used by many organizations, and those looking to hire often deem experience with React as essential. While React is…
By John Selawsky
Starting a career is challenging enough in any industry. It can be especially trying in the tech field. Every decent employer wants a candidate to have several years’ practical experience. Even for a junior position. But how do you get that experience if you’ve just finished a programming course or…
By Gaurav Belani
The computer science industry is booming. As per reports, computer and information technology-related careers are estimated to multiply by 13 percent in the next decade. This growth rate is massive and faster than other sectors. That’s good and bad news at the same time. How? With several career advancement opportunities,…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The last couple of years has seen an explosion of data science programs for university students and professionals looking to change careers. In addition, the numbers suggest a growing demand for professionals to make sense of all the data companies are gathering each year. In 2020, 59 zettabytes of data…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Register for Emotional Intelligence Part 2 Webinar Key takeaways:   Soft skills contribute to 85% of jobs success.   As a professional, the four pillars of emotional intelligence are self-awareness, self-regulation, social awareness, and relationship management.   Professionals with high emotional intelligence earn on average $29,000 more.   Many factors…
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