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Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boy's Club of Silicon Valley Paperback – 7 Mar 2019
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"[Chang] is clearly engaged with and often incensed by her subject, and the best parts of Brotopia are those moments when she actively resists the 'it's all good' ethos of the Bay Area and cuts down chauvinism with the disdain it deserves." --New York Times"Brotopia goes far beyond the salacious to offer an important examination of why the technology industry is so dominated by men--and how women are pushing back." --Financial Times "When reading Brotopia, it's easy to envision it as a film.... Women who have triumphed in tech despite the odds...could be the film's heroines, and so would the young girls learning how to code despite it all." --The Verge ..".Chang's scrutiny breaks open a wide doorway, allowing fresh ideas about a tainted industry to circulate and spark discussions." --Kirkus Review
About the Author
Emily Chang is the anchor and executive producer of Bloomberg Technology, a daily TV show focused on global technology and Bloomberg Studio 1.0, where she regularly speaks to top tech executives, investors, and entrepreneurs. She was previously a CNN correspondent based in Beijing and London, and has won five regional Emmy awards for her reporting. She is a graduate of Harvard University and lives in San Francisco with her husband and three children.