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A Call for Confidence: My thoughts on International Women's Day Inspired by #IWDTO

Written by Avery Francis

Rangle's Sr. Talent Manager, Avery Francis, had the opportunity to spend the evening surrounded by brilliant women and men as they listened to thought leaders in the industry challenging the conversations, perceptions and stereotypes around women in tech. Below are her thoughts about the event. I have attended a lot of technology focused events in the past and I can say that it was refreshing...

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Meet Rangle's Women in Software Guild! A Dispatch from UofT Hacks

Written by Emily Porta

A few weeks ago Rangle had the privilege of being the first official Women in Software Sponsor for UofT Hacks, a student-run hackathon with over 500 participants chosen from thousands of applicants. The event was a huge success, with Rangle participating in the career fair, as mentors for the students, gathering feedback from students on their experience in the industry so far, and holding an...

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250 Developers Participated in the ‘Break Poverty’ Hackathon and Discussed Opportunities for New Platforms

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

Danielle Thé at the 'Break Poverty' Hackathon. Photo by Jessie Lau. Last month 300 developers, volunteers and mentors worked tirelessly for 48 hours during a rainy weekend to create solutions for mobile applications, with the winning app to be implemented in rural Kenya by Free the Children. While developers in Nairobi worked at iHub - an innovation hub for technologists - participants worked along with...

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Social Good Initiatives Showcased at the Massive Web Summit Conference

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

Amidst the many informative talks, startup demos, and networking events at this years Web Summit, we had a chance to learn about some inspiring projects focused on engaging people to improve society in the domains of education, healthcare, civics or environment. It’s arguably one of the most exciting times to work in software when our prefered modern web and mobile technologies are being put...

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Why we launched a Women Who Code initiative

Written by Amanda Connon-Unda

With a range of stats suggesting women represent only 25% of employees in tech, with an even smaller percentage of women who code, Rangle.io is committed to actively working against the gender imbalance one initiative at a time. With this commitment in mind, my colleagues and I recently launched a contest to ensure that talented women who code are represented at the upcoming Angular...

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