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Next-gen women engineers forge a new path in tech - CNET

Attendees gather for keynote sessions.

Why is this still happening?

That was the subject of a rant delivered by Hasini Sundaresan, a junior computer science major at the University of Texas, Dallas.

Sundaresan spent the summer interning at Juniper Networks in Sunnyvale, California. The day news broke that a Google employee had written a 10-page document trashing diversity efforts and suggesting women are biologically unsuited to work in the industry, she was at Juniper, virtually across the street from Google's Sunnyvale campus, trying to make sense of it all.

The summer had been great so far. She described Juniper as being "full-on for diversity."

And yet, in a metaphorical sense, she couldn't help thinking about how someone across the street thought she didn't belong in computer science.

"It was hard to see that so close to where I was," she said. "In a place where everything is so futuristic, there's still this backward mentality."

Sundaresan wasn't alone in...(continued)

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