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Brad Backus from Audio3, Alla Ouvarova from Two Chicks and Dan Brown from MegaNexus: Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series [URL hyperlink to video file]
Entrepreneurship Guest Lecture Series October 30, 2008 featuring Dan Brown from MegaNexus, Alla Ouvarova co-founder of Two Chicks and Brad Backus founder of Audio3 who all talk about their experiences of starting their own companies and offer advice to budding entrepreneurs.

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The Binary in the Binary: Women’s Persistence and Advancement in the Technology Industry
The main objective of this research is to investigate women’s careers in tech. The purpose of the dissertation is to identify the factors that influence women’s persistence and advancement in the tech industry. With the ultimate goal of feminist research in mind, identifying, documenting, and collecting data on these issues is crucial to bring about social change in the industry and achieve equality. This dissertation attempts to understand and record the gender inequality in the tech industry and does so by conducting an extensive literature review informed by intersectional liberal feminism. The literature review discusses three major themes, namely: individual experience, culture, and career progression. This research underpins the design and agile development of the Binary in the Binary project, a proposal for a research tool used to test people’s perceptions on how gender affects career progression in the tech industry. The Binary in the Binary is a PostgreSQL database-driven responsive web application coded in PHP and JavaScript and run on the open-source Apache HTTP Server. The dissertation explains the development of the Binary in the Binary web application that uses the Model View Controller (MVC) design pattern.

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