At Datometry, we are creating a company whose strength comes from an inclusive and diverse team.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)
September 14, 2017
The Hackathon features all-women teams (ages 15-65) who will develop a website, game, cloud-based service, application, or mobile application to address one of these challenges:
Engage more girls in STEM
- End the Gender Gap in Tech, Startup, and/or Venture Capital
- Empower women to break the glass ceiling in the workplace
- Enable companies to hire and retain diverse candidates
- Make the job search process applicant friendly for new immigrants and refugees
- Improve a potential candidate’s job search experience to find the right role
- Help women find and connect with mentors, recruiters, and investors
- Solution to any other job search, startup, or career-related challenge
The team submissions will be judged by the originality of the idea, best technical specification, design of the product, and viability of the business model.
“I am very pleased and honored to be a mentor for the women at The All-Women Hackathon,” says Lyublena Antova, Senior Scientist & Engineer at Datometry and a Mentor at the hackathon, “As a female engineer, I am always happy to see events like these where other strong female engineers can help defeat the decades-old stigma about women in computing that is still prevalent in our industry.”
Datometry Head of Business Development Rima Mutreja adds, “At Datometry—an early stage startup—we are creating a company whose strength comes from an inclusive and diverse team. Our sponsorship of The All-Women Hackathon is part of our desire to encourage more women in tech and leadership roles.”
Datometry partners with leading cloud service providers and database vendors including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft, Pivotal, and Snowflake and is available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace and AWS Marketplace.
Visit http://www.datometry.com/careers for a list of current job openings at Datometry.