At the end of 2014, while defining initiatives and metrics for 2015, our Women in Tech executive team had a hypothesis: if girls are exposed to an embedded coding experience in technology prior to college, they will be more likely to complete studies in computer science and related fields when pursuing their degrees. But, like any good hypothesis, it needed to...
Posts by Sarah E. Clatterbuck
Last Fall, I was giving a talk here at LinkedIn about accessibility. I ended the talk with the presentation of a very rough prototype for a tool that would allow keyboard users to more easily navigate some of the very long content pages found on the LinkedIn site. This is especially challenging for these users, because they navigate page content using the tab...