JDD starts on October 12th and bills itself as "a two-day conference for all Java enthusiasts - anyone who lives and breathes Java in their professional and personal lives." When creating their lineup for this event, JDD organizer ProIdea claims that they "invite speakers from all over the world."
So JDD and ProIdea, you have the whole world at your fingertips and you didn't think to add any women speakers?
47 speakers appear on the JDD lineup. 100% of them are men.Read More
Re/code's Code/Mobile conference starts on October 7, 2015.
This is Re/code's sixth and final event scheduled for this year. It is also their 11th Hall of Shame gender ratio in a row. In their two years of hosting events, Re/code has never had more than 25% women onstage.Read More
Can you trust the thought leadership of an organization that hasn't had more than 30% women speakers on stage in five years?Read More
TechCrunch SF is an annual technology conference that claims to offer "iconic startup and thought leadership" and "TechCrunch writers and editors, special guest speakers, leading venture capitalists and fascinating entrepreneurs addressing the most important topics facing today's tech landscape."
Can you trust the thought leadership of a conference that will only have 28% women speakers onstage? Do you believe that they're able to address the most important topics facing tech, when they haven't addressed an obvious gender gap in their speaker lineup?Read More