Sure thing! Start here by reading about data concepts and terminology: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/an-introduction-to-big-data-concepts-and-terminology.
Next have a read of this article which outlines Hadoop, Storm, Samza, Spark, and Flink: Big Data Frameworks Compared…
Great to hear. I worked as a Security Engineer back in 2010, it’s super handy to have knowledge of Security Engineering when working in SRE. It’s also handy to have this knowledge when working in Security Engineering. For a Security Engineering track I’d also add looking into cross-site scripting, penetration testing, malware analysis, DNS, DDoS prevention and security automation.
Research shows men focus on solutions instead of problems. So they find solutions that don’t solve any problems. Women are more likely to focus on problems and then identify solutions from there.
I’m the co-founder of Girl Geek Academy. We recently ran the world’s first hackathon for 4–8 year old girls. We worked with a School Principle to run it in Melbourne, Australia.
The photos turned out really well and I wanted to share!
Last weekend we ran the world’s first hackathon for 4–8 year old girls! Miss Makes Code https://twitter.com/hashtag/missmakescode
I like that you said we need to solve this. My thoughts are that we need improved leadership. More leadership training, more experienced leaders, more leaders who gather feedback and expand their networks. E.g. if every leader had coffee with 5 women they do not work closely with at their company and asked them 5 questions about their life they would gain so much insight.