April 28, 2021
  • 5 Tips for Boosting Participation in Employee Giving Programs: There’s no denying the numbers. Companies, no matter the size or market, report immense benefits from a corporate responsibility strategy. Whether the approach is via pro bono work, virtual volunteering hours, or fundraising, corporate social responsibility attracts new employees and maintains engagement throughout your team. Read more here.

  • From Boston to Cairo: Fostering Cross-Cultural Collaboration at Affectiva: In this special Affectiva Asks podcast episode, Affectiva CEO Dr. Rana el Kaliouby interviews Manal Ramsis, General Manager of Affectiva’s Cairo Office. Rana and Manal talk about the genesis and importance of the Affectiva Cairo location (as well as its advantages), the ins and outs of leading an international team, and how to effectively promote cross-cultural collaboration. Take a look at some of the questions and answers from their discussion here.

  • API Copying Now Fair Game in the Wake of Supreme Court’s Decision in Google LLC v. Oracle America Inc.: The decade-long dispute between Google LLC and Oracle America Inc. has now ended with the Supreme Court ruling 6-2 in favor of Google. This dispute concerned Google’s use of Oracle’s “declaring code”. Read more here.
  • Process Redesign and Performance Specialist at Amwell: This role will be responsible for working with management to identify and implement varied projects, programs and plans that support achievement of business unit and enterprise quality and performance goals. Learn more and apply here.

  • Senior Scrum Master at Nuance Communications: Nuance is seeking a Senior Scrum Master in their Diagnostics engineering team who is independent and self-motivated learners who possess strong problem-solving skills. Your goal will be ensuring the team follows agile values and principles and follows the process and practices that team agreed on. Learn more and apply here.
  • Women in Cyber Leadership Series, May 5th: The Women in Cyber Leadership series is committed to fostering a community that promotes inclusive organizational design and encourages more women to consider the cyber security industry as a top career choice. The first event in this series will showcase several women in leadership roles – discussing a relevant and timely topic in Cybersecurity. Sign up here.

  • Boston Hub Neurodiversity Meet-Up, April 30th: Join neurodiversity advocates and stakeholders representing education, business, and non-profit organizations in the Greater Boston area, as we gather to share ideas, discuss challenges, and align strategies for greater unified impact. Sign up here.
  • Volunteer to help teach Computer Science at a Massachusetts high school: Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS places volunteer CS experts with local high school teachers looking to make a lasting impact on their students’ lives. Help shape the future in our community by applying your CS skills in the classroom a few hours a week. Contact the regional manager Michael English ([email protected]) if you have any further questions about the program. 
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