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Angie Chang
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I eat danger for breakfast!
I eat danger for breakfast!

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Join Kaiser Permanente for an evening of networking, tasty food, breakout sessions and panel discussions at a Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner on Wednesday, May 10th, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm in San Leandro!

Tickets available here: http://bayareagirlgeekdinners.com/kaiser-permanente-girl-geek-dinner-2017/

Innovation begins with an idea. Kaiser Permanente is inviting the Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner community to the Garfield Innovation Center, where we help bring ideas to life and create better experiences for our members, clinicians and employees. You’ll get a sneak peek into the future of health care, launch into technical rotations, and hear from tech leaders and executives. Take the opportunity to explore new career paths with Kaiser Permanente!


Kaiser Permanente is one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. We currently serve more than 11 million members in eight states and the District of Columbia.



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Burnout is a costly scourge: The combination of increasing global competition, digital devices that compel us to be online 24/7, and an ugly political environment is leaving over 40 percent of Americans feeling down, distressed, and disengaged. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that the use of antidepressants has risen 400 percent since the mid-1990s, and anxiety is at an all-time high.

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Super interesting video from women at Intel!

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Yay unicorn female founder!

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"People rarely gush with congratulations for a single woman’s home purchase or work promotion as much as they do for a single woman who found someone to put a ring on her finger."

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Is it too late to become a software developer after 35? Are 35, 40, or 50 too old to learn programming? Famous and ordinary programmers who started late Aimee Morgan, Clayton Boyle, Wendy Zenone, Bill Barnett, Tyson Daugherty, Sara Powell, Derek Langton, Pavol Almasi, Laurie Alaoui and others are ultimately showing by example that «it's never too late to change career to do what you love or what you are passionate about».

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