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By Poornima Vijayashanker (Founder & CEO, BizeeBee)
I’m not sure they why the call it software, it’s so damn hard to build. In fact, I’m convinced the only reason they call it software is because hardware is harder to build.
20% of women with math and science degrees work in a related field.
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Girls are smarter than boys, the infographic below states. Studies show that at an early age, girls are smarter than boys.
But girls question their ability, losing confidence and self-esteem from elementary years to their teens – even into college.
20% of female computer science students question whether they should be there. Then – only 20% of women with a degree in math or science even work in a related field. So when we ask, “Where are the women in the maths and sciences?” – now
By Kelley Boyd (Founder & Strategist, Think Experience)
My first experience at Lean Startup Machine (LSM) was also the first Lean Startup Machine ever held. It was just over a year ago, and I mean that literally. I walked into LSM at Hive at 55 and began relationships that I hold among the closest in my professional life today.
As an attendee at the first #LsmNYC, I absorbed firsthand guidance from two actual practitioners of Lean: Brant Cooper, Co-Author of The Entrepreneurs Guide to Customer Development, and Giff Constable, who was going “lean” with his startup Aprizi.