‘Our Filipino IT professionals back home are grossly underpaid.’
Jobs in the information technology sector often make it to lists of the most in-demand and most well-paying jobs in the Philippines. While we can't always wrap our heads around what our friends in IT do for a living-
Who knew being a web designer or developer could be so rewarding?
Google "web designer" or "developer," and you'll see that almost all the image search results feature a guys in glasses or a vector of a man. Surely, the world doesn't associate tech jobs with women right away. But
Ria Lu is the founder of Komikasi Games.
When you think of the gaming world, what, or rather, who do you see? A lot of people still think that this industry is for the guys, but nothing could be further from the truth. Slowly, women are not only joining, but
'I want to help ensure that there are opportunities for young Filipinos around the world to engage with our culture in a fun, interactive way.'
Born and bred in the U.S., Filipina-American Pattie Umali grew up with a "bittersweet" relationship with the Philippines-she felt a sense of loyalty to her heritage, yet she wasn't as connected to it as she wished.Now, armed
How to be a BAWSE, according to IISuperwomanII herself.
ICYMI, Manila's third YouTube FanFest was held on May 12, and some of your favorite YouTubers put on an amazing show. One name that stood out on the talent list is Lilly Singh, aka IISuperwomanII. One of the OG crowd, Lilly
Stephanie Sy gets real about gender bias in technology and what companies should do about it.
Having grown up in a business-oriented family, pursuing a career in technology wasn't as intimidating for Stephanie Sy as it might have been for others. The founder and CEO of Thinking Machines, a global data science consultancy, also spent some
Dr. Rosario Lapus, Miriam College president: 'You cannot be what you cannot see.' We need to see more females in the S.T.E.A.M. fields!
In a tie-up with Google Philippines on Wednesday, March 8, Cosmo.ph held an event celebrating International Women's Day, called #WomenWill. Nine successful Pinays shared their experiences in tech and how the digital world shaped their careers. One of the #
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