Good Read | A Reddit AMA with 3 Female Computer Scientists at MIT

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by dan paluska via Flickr. [CC-BY-SA-2.0]

"We’re 3 female computer scientists at MIT, here to answer questions about programming and academia. Ask us anything!":

Hi! We're a trio of PhD candidates at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (@MIT_CSAIL), the largest interdepartmental research lab at MIT and the home of people who do things like develop robotic fish, predict Twitter trends and invent the World Wide Web.
We spend much of our days coding, writing papers, getting papers rejected, re-submitting them and asking more nicely this time, answering questions on Quora, explaining Hoare logic with Ryan Gosling pics, and getting lost in a building that looks like what would happen if Dr. Seuss art-directed the movie “Labyrinth."
Seeing as it’s Computer Science Education Week, we thought it’d be a good time to share some of our experiences in academia and life

Read the full Reddit AMA here…

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