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Now that we're approaching the 25 percent mark for the year, we have a much better idea of which teams are good and which teams are bad. To an extent.
I could put some really nice software in it. Two-way communication in and out. I send a structure across to Evernote representing a notebook, get one back. I give the user a nice browser-based notebook editor.
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In tech, it seems, it’s hard to get around a simple reality: Computer science, the backbone of any startup, is still a male-dominated field