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Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider — Sexism in the Tech Industry Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider swapped email address for a couple of weeks. Guess what happened? Join Nicole and Martin as they to talk about their experiences in dealing with and recognizing sexism in the tech workplace and suggestions for what can be done to improve the place of work.


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2:01 Introductions
7:50 The story behind Nicole and Martin’s experiences
14:30 Can you give an example of terminology you had to explain again and prove your expertise in?
18:00 What was the biggest takeaway from this experience?
19:20 Why couldn’t he just believe the women without having to experience it?
20:40 Was it data driven or was it just anecdotal stories?
22:50 What’s the drawback to admitting there’s sexism in the workplace?
28:24 What happened when you talked to your supervisor?
31:30 What if your boss had tried a different approach?
36:10 Adults, particularly men, don’t like being told that they’re doing something wrong.
41:58 All anger is borne of sadness.
43:00 Nicole’s story of standing up at a conference.
47:25 Don’t come into feminist spaces and expect everyone to change for you.
48:20 The other story is what happens after we told our story.
48:55 It’s not like the internet wrote me a check.
51:01 Codes of conduct at conferences.
1:00:05 Why hasn’t anyone done this before? It’s such a simple test.
1:02:35 What’s your podcast and upcoming appearances?
1:03:35 What’s it like to be internet famous?
1:07:02 What’s the simplest steps to take to make it easier for everyone in the workplace?


Links:


Christopher Schmitt
Christopher Schmitt on Twitter
📺 Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider — Sexism in the Tech Industry
Nicole Hallberg
Nicole Hallberg at Twitter
Nicole Hallberg at Medium
Working While Female
Martin Schneider at Twitter
Politic
Non Breaking Space Show 118: Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider — Sexism in the Tech Industry Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider swapped email address for a couple of weeks. Guess what happened? Join Nicole and Martin as they to talk about their experiences in dealing with and recognizing sexism in the tech workplace and suggestions for what can be done to improve the place of work.


This episode of Goodstuff Master Audio Feed is sponsored by:

AccessU Summit is a virtual conference on digital accessibility techniques and policies taking place online on May 18th. Early bird tickets now on sale at AccessUSummit.com.
CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now!
UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now!



Jump to a conversation on…


2:01 Introductions
7:50 The story behind Nicole and Martin’s experiences
14:30 Can you give an example of terminology you had to explain again and prove your expertise in?
18:00 What was the biggest takeaway from this experience?
19:20 Why couldn’t he just believe the women without having to experience it?
20:40 Was it data driven or was it just anecdotal stories?
22:50 What’s the drawback to admitting there’s sexism in the workplace?
28:24 What happened when you talked to your supervisor?
31:30 What if your boss had tried a different approach?
36:10 Adults, particularly men, don’t like being told that they’re doing something wrong.
41:58 All anger is borne of sadness.
43:00 Nicole’s story of standing up at a conference.
47:25 Don’t come into feminist spaces and expect everyone to change for you.
48:20 The other story is what happens after we told our story.
48:55 It’s not like the internet wrote me a check.
51:01 Codes of conduct at conferences.
1:00:05 Why hasn’t anyone done this before? It’s such a simple test.
1:02:35 What’s your podcast and upcoming appearances?
1:03:35 What’s it like to be internet famous?
1:07:02 What’s the simplest steps to take to make it easier for everyone in the workplace?


Links:


Christopher Schmitt
Christopher Schmitt on Twitter
📺 Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider — Sexism in the Tech Industry
Nicole Hallberg
Nicole Hallberg at Twitter
Nicole Hallberg at Medium
Working While Female
Martin Schneider at Twitter
Political The
296 the future of crm and cx with martin schneider of sugarcrm http://hellofuture.co
i interview martin schneider, the head of corporate strategy at sugarcrm. we cover the future of crm and customer experience. we talk working from anywhere, how ai can help people sell and get what they want, how big data can change things, talent acquisition, how ai can pre-emptively get us jobs, mates, and stuff, intentional communications, and much more.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/martinaschneider/

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Episode 1010 - IF UNABLE TO SEE THIS MESSAGE, TURN ON FUTURAMA NOW- Martin Schneider. Holy Cow! only 3 more after you listen to this one, what are you going to do!? FOLLOW SLURMCAST ONLINE! www.facebook.com/slurmcast Twitter: @slurmcastpod Instagram: @slurmcastpod Call or Text us 1-216-438-1077 (message and data rates may apply) http://www.slurmcast.com slurmcastpod@gmail.com produced and edited by HateCat Inc ©2020 HateCat Inc
Episode 214 - Larva-Tested, Pupa-Approved - Martin Schneider "Nothing in here but a couple of elephant skin rugs." With Special Guest Martin Schneider (@wovenstrap) (dangerousminds.net) ________________________________________ FOLLOW SLURMCAST ONLINE! www.facebook.com/slurmcast Twitter:@slurmcastpod instagram: @slurmcastpod Call or Text us 1-216-438-1077 (message and data rates may apply) http://www.slurmcast.com slurmcastpod@gmail.com produced and edited by HateCat Inc © 2016 HateCat Inc
Episode 608 - (Or Similar Product) - Martin Schneider "The leg bone is connected to the CASH bone!" With Special Guest Martin Schneider FOLLOW SLURMCAST ONLINE! www.facebook.com/slurmcast Twitter: @slurmcastpod Instagram: @slurmcastpod Call or Text us 1-216-438-1077 (message and data rates may apply) http://www.slurmcast.com slurmcastpod@gmail.com TEEPUBLIC T-SHIRT STORE: http://shrsl.com/?i534 (it helps us when you use this link) (want to design a Futurama and/or Slurmcast t-shirt, and make some money? EMAIL US: slurmcastpod@gmail.com) produced and edited by HateCat Inc ©2018 HateCat Inc
Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider — Sexism in the Tech Industry Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider swapped email address for a couple of weeks. Guess what happened? Join Nicole and Martin as they to talk about their experiences in dealing with and recognizing sexism in the tech workplace and suggestions for what can be done to improve the place of work.


This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by:

AccessU Summit is a virtual conference on digital accessibility techniques and policies taking place online on May 18th. Early bird tickets now on sale at AccessUSummit.com.
CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now!
UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now!



Jump to a conversation on…


2:01 Introductions
7:50 The story behind Nicole and Martin’s experiences
14:30 Can you give an example of terminology you had to explain again and prove your expertise in?
18:00 What was the biggest takeaway from this experience?
19:20 Why couldn’t he just believe the women without having to experience it?
20:40 Was it data driven or was it just anecdotal stories?
22:50 What’s the drawback to admitting there’s sexism in the workplace?
28:24 What happened when you talked to your supervisor?
31:30 What if your boss had tried a different approach?
36:10 Adults, particularly men, don’t like being told that they’re doing something wrong.
41:58 All anger is borne of sadness.
43:00 Nicole’s story of standing up at a conference.
47:25 Don’t come into feminist spaces and expect everyone to change for you.
48:20 The other story is what happens after we told our story.
48:55 It’s not like the internet wrote me a check.
51:01 Codes of conduct at conferences.
1:00:05 Why hasn’t anyone done this before? It’s such a simple test.
1:02:35 What’s your podcast and upcoming appearances?
1:03:35 What’s it like to be internet famous?
1:07:02 What’s the simplest steps to take to make it easier for everyone in the workplace?


Links:


Christopher Schmitt
Christopher Schmitt on Twitter
📺 Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider — Sexism in the Tech Industry
Nicole Hallberg
Nicole Hallberg at Twitter
Nicole Hallberg at Medium
Working While Female
Martin Schneider at Twitter
Politic
032 Martin Schneider (SMA NYC) From crossword puzzles to NYC advertising creative director From his aerie in midtown Manhattan, advertising agency creative director Martin Schneider gives you the skinny on what to expect if you hope to jump into the advertising business on either the agency or client side. No, we’re not talking to someone from the cast of Mad Men during this episode. Martin is a real life creative director.

Martin tells you of his own pinball approach to his dream job. Bouncing from pillar to post in educational settings, both formal and informal. Exercising his true passion for words and learning firsthand the importance of collaboration. Martin explains his theory of the "Dynamic of Two" (as Fred and Marvin strive to appear dynamic).

Martin is both educational and inspirational as he explains crafting ad campaigns that stand out among the thousands of competitive messages clamouring for your attention each day.

Here’s a hint: It has to do with objectives and purpose.

So what’s the next step in your career? That’s a question only you can answer for yourself.

Martin shares his story openly and honestly, but he can only speak for himself. Who can define whether the trade-offs you make to follow your own passion are steps in the right direction, or if monetizing your creative skills by working in an endeavour like advertising is “selling out”? Only you, friend. Only you.

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S4E26 - Green & White!! w/ Harrison Hoffman, Joey Hoffman, Jacob Schneider and Ryan Martin That's right folks, we started our favorite intracamp competition of the year....GREEN AND WHITE!!! Tonight on the pod we have four of our Senior Cabin members to break down our last couple days at camp including song and cheer night, the Green and White surprise start and the first three Green and White events. Enjoy!
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