Twitter was buzzing this weekend over the so-called “Google Manifesto,” a 10-page document that opposed diversity initiatives and was written by a software engineer at GoogleMotherboard first reported on document late Friday night.
But if you want to hear how engineers and other members of the tech community feel about the document, you should turn to Blind. There, on the anonymous messaging app where people are only identified by their company’s name, Silicon Valley types debated the merits of the document.
“It was a pretty reasonable first draft of a doc – could have used more sourcing but the basic ideas were sound and respectfully presented,” reads one post by a Google employee. Read more…
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