Diversity in Silicon Valley, Series 3/5: How to Build an Engineering Culture that Celebrates Diversity?

(5) Celebrate vulnerable moments with compassion and appreciation

you might be the one wrong

(4) Celebrate the best question anyone can ask

(3) Celebrate the gift of a disagreement

(a) people are smart

and

(b) people want to do the right thing

(2) Celebrate how we got here

(1) Celebrate the opportunity to build something better, together

So, who are you?

Software is an organism. A team’s Diversity and Authenticity safeguard its resiliency.

Don’t be fooled; seeing the real world is incredibly difficult.

“Is this a bug or a feature?”

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Ex-Apple, Director of Security Architecture at Robinhood. Lives in San Francisco. Plant-based Health Nut, Podcaster, Motorcycle Rider, Runner, and Biker

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Jon McLachlan

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Ex-Apple, Director of Security Architecture at Robinhood. Lives in San Francisco. Plant-based Health Nut, Podcaster, Motorcycle Rider, Runner, and Biker

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