The title might not be obvious, but the word “engineer” is often a loaded word in tech circles.
And there are plenty of people in the field who are making careers out of it.
They include the likes of Apple’s Jony Ive and Elon Musk, as well as the brilliant and controversial James Damore, who was fired from his job at Google because of his “lack of diversity” and a “systematic lack of women” in the company.
The engineer is, by nature, a relatively male-dominated field.
That has long been the case, and it’s not going to change anytime soon.
However, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that the profession is also a lot more diverse than people think.
It’s the reason why a lot of women and people of color are leaving the tech industry in droves.
Many are doing so for more personal reasons, and there are even a few women who are trying to make a career out of their love of engineering.
One woman, a former Microsoft employee named Jessica Tischler, is one of them.
She started working as a tech developer in the early 2000s and later left Microsoft to launch her own startup, Techdirt.
But Tischlers passion for engineering and its impact on her life was so intense that she’s now in her 30s, and she decided to share that with us.
I had been working on a piece of software that had been coded to make it harder for me to understand the keyboard commands that I was trying to understand.
So I decided that I wanted to do something different, and I thought that maybe I could make this software into an engineer.
So I went to school and got a degree in engineering, and at the end of that degree, I was hired by a big company, and so I started doing engineering projects for them.
And it really opened up a lot for me in terms of how much I could actually understand and how much that helped me in the day-to-day life of working on software.
Jessica Tischling with her brother, Daniel, at their home in New York City in 2017.
Tischlings father, Paul, is a physicist.
In fact, she started a startup called Spark, and the name means “faster, more powerful,” but it also means “less code.”
Tischlers startup Spark, which she founded, now provides a platform to help engineers and others learn programming, and they have helped dozens of people get into the field of engineering by giving them the tools to create and test their own software.
It’s also why there are so many women in engineering now.
There are some who are still in the profession who are just starting out and aren’t getting the training they need.
So there are a lot people out there who don’t get to the top, or who don