I posted this originally on the projecthap blog. I am reposting it here because it’s a big deal for me personally to have a beta version of our first product out. I love getting the first feedback on what we’ve built, it never gets old! Three months ago I left my job in a big tech company to set up… Continue reading →
End of an era: Campus London, Google’s space for entrepreneurs, won’t reopen its physical doors after the pandemic. I felt sad when I heard the news, but also grateful and proud: The reason Campus London is closing is that it worked, more than we ever imagined.… Continue reading →
This week is my 15 year anniversary of joining Google. Emi Nietfeld recently wrote a nuanced op-ed in The New York Times about her experience as a software engineer at Google, from joyful beginnings to being harassed by a coworker and the miserable aftermath of her speaking out about it. She talks about being in love with Google when she… Continue reading →
That was the message I got from Shellye Archambeau this week who shared her life and work lessons in a fireside chat with Xers. Shellye is an extraordinary leader who worked her way up from intern to tech CEO and board member during a time when there were even fewer women in tech than today, and even fewer Black women. A woman… Continue reading →
A user research report on opportunities for tech-enabled innovation in student mental health.… Continue reading →
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