The tech industry is notorious for a lack of gender diversity. This can be especially apparent when looking at engineering roles. As Truecaller is strongly engineering driven, this makes the goal of improving gender diversity that much more important – women often struggle for visibility within an industry that has mostly male voices.
We are strongly committed to working towards a better representation of women within the organisation. Also, we think a vital part of that is showcasing women and providing a voice for women within our organisation. So, we had a chat with Milu Raju, a Backend Engineer working in Bangalore within the Fintech department at Truecaller.
Read on to find out more about working as an engineer from her perspective.
Continue reading Women in Tech: Enabling Strong Female Voices
Women’s communities are more important now than ever. Our sense of belonging is formed not just through geographical location, but through the ties we form in the communities that help us with life’s necessities and joys. Shared experiences, in this way, enrich individual lives and benefit the society as a whole.
Continue reading Building Women’s Communities with Truecaller SDK
Before there were influencers, there were changemakers: people with strong ideals and the determination to make them a reality. This Indian Independence Day, Truecaller celebrates Indian women who’ve forged social change, improving lives and strengthening their communities. Let’s remember the women freedom fighters of India’s independence movement and the women leading change in India today. It’s time to #KnowMyName.
Continue reading 6 Women Freedom Fighters of India You Should Know
Womandroid Hackathon is a Truecaller initiative for an all-women coding weekend to empower women Android developers by building a network and sharing knowledge. Continue reading Womandroid Hackathon: Women Coding for Women
Our first WomAndroid Hackathon, an all-woman powered coding event, took place last October at the Truecaller headquarters in the heart of Stockholm! Continue reading WomAndroid Hackathon: Woman Powered Coding