My play Endeavor Mind at the Den Theatre in Chicago only has a 3 more performances left. I am so impressed with what the The Plagiarists, director Jen Poulin, and the talented cast have done with this world premiere production. If you are in or near Chicago and haven't yet seen the show I hope you … Continue reading Only 3 More Chances to See the Premiere of Endeavor Mind
My play Endeavor Mind opens in less than a month. It now has an official show website, and tickets are on sale. This is really happening! I am so grateful to The Plagiarists for choosing my show to open their 11th season. I'm really proud of this play and excited about the what the cast and … Continue reading Tickets are on sale for my play Endeavor Mind!
Once upon a time I was a twenty-something woman-in-tech, and I had a poster of a buxom beer wench in my cubicle. It wasn't my poster (or at least not at first). But it was in my cubicle (or what had become my cubicle) until it wasn't. It was the 90s, and I was working as a … Continue reading How I ended up with a pin up poster in my work cubicle
Since news broke of an Equifax data breach impacting around half of the adults in the United States people have been trying to sort out how this happened. Someone eventually covered a detail that was clearly considered damning evidence. Equifax's Chief Security Officer (CSO) at the time of the breach was *gasp!* a music major. Since … Continue reading The unfair vilification of the Equifax CSO’s music degrees
I've been invited to yet another "women in tech" event where the keynote is not a woman in tech but a generic self-help/motivational speaker. These types of speakers tell their largely female audiences how to "Boost your confidence!" "Take risks!" "Speak up!" One I saw at a similar event even encouraged us to "Learn about sports, … Continue reading The training all women in tech really need