Tag Archives: Marlin Page

Parents warned of unknown person texting middle school students to meet-up: Four Quick Tips to Keep Kids Safe Online

  Parents of middle school students in Wall Township, New Jersey received letters warning them about “a person sending text messages to our students under the guise of a teenage girl named Alainai.”  The letter informs parents that through texting, … Continue reading

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Learn to Code – Sisters Code Weekend Website Warrior Course

Registration is open until Thursday, May 28, 2015 for Sisters Code’s Weekend Website Warrior Course.  This class is for beginners, where you will learn in a fun and interactive environment. This class is for women ages 25 – 85, as … Continue reading

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Video: Sisters Code featured on MSNBC’s Home Grown Detroit with Joy Reid- Bridging the Gender Gap in Technology

Marlin Page, founder of Sisters Code, speaks with Joy Reid about efforts to close the gender gap in coding and emerging technologies.  

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What role did Social Media Play in the Washington State High School Shooting : Online Actions often foreshadow Offline Realities

              Jaylen Ray Fryberg, opened fired in the cafeteria of Marysville-Philchuck High School, killing two students and seriously wounding four others before killing himself.  Usually in these cases, we find that the teen shooter … Continue reading

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Five tips for women who want to learn how to code – Bridging the gender and racial gap in technology

          20-years ago I literally stumbled into the field of of technology, and my life was transformed.  After college I was an aspiring mortician at a local funeral home.  My day consisted of learning to embalm, … Continue reading

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