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.
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Women’s Day is about celebrating the struggles, the triumphs, the discussions, and the strong women that have made the world a better place. Throughout all the stances and wins in women’s history, a big problem across the board to present day is harassment. In the streets and online bullying is all harassment – but a big player in the digital world is call and text harassment. We decided to take a deeper dive this year and analyze what is happening. Continue reading Truecaller Insights Reveals: Women Report More Unwanted Calls Than Men
The room was full of keyboards tapping when we entered the reception of Truecaller’s headquarters on a Sunday morning. A winter coat was laying next to a backpack that had a sewn on patch reading “Coding is my cardio.” Continue reading The Future of Engineering is Female