Women of OpenStack
Women of OpenStack at Boston Summit
Hello! I'm reporting from the OpenStack Summit in Boston. There's one and a half days left in the summit, and it's been great so far. I'd like to draw attention to an OpenStack group which is near and dear to my heart, the Women of OpenStack. I am a female engineer, and have been working in the field of engineering for quite some time. The low ratio of women in engineering has always been rather obvious to me, but with the advent of things like Girls Who Code and #ilooklikeanengineer, the gender gap has become part of a larger dialogue about diversity in engineering. As a population, we need to think with all of our brain power, and that includes people of all types, from all walks of life.
OpenStack Podcast #23: Ruchi Bhargava
Intel does not even have an OpenStack distribution. So why are they so involved in the project, and what are they doing to accelerate its adoption? Ruchi Bhargava is Director of Datacenter and Cloud Software Engineering at Intel’s Open Source Technology Center, and she was our twenty-third guest on the OpenStack Podcast. During our interview […]