Earlier this summer, Kris Borchers hosted an interview with Dr. Joy Rankin, the author of A People’s History of Computing in the US. The interview spans everything from Dr. Rankin’s path, experience researching the history of programming, the Oregon Trail game, and how her research is being used to improve diversity in companies. This empowering keynote can help serve people – particularly young women – interested in STEM to feel impassioned about the world of computing, as well as can help shed light on the way that networks have been formed around computing.
You can watch the full interview here:
Other Networks (10:30)
Women in Computing (15:45)
How to Learn More (20:00)
During the OpenJS Foundation global conference, OpenJS World, we heard from many inspiring leaders. In this keynote series, we will highlight the key points from the keynote videos.