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Jim Grisanzio talks with Mercedes Wyss about modern identity management, security, and the lifecycle of users in a system all in the age of microservices. The conversation was recorded at the Japan Java User Group Cross Community Conference in Tokyo on November 23, 2019.
Get inspired with these 60-Second stories from women who attended Oracle's
Girl Geek dinner in San Francisco:
Listen in as Geetu Bhatnagar, Oracle India's Head of Marketing, chats about WIT and diversity in India:
4 Psychology Lessons to Help You Get Ahead in Tech
Rachana Bhide, Organizational Psychologist and Talent Partner for Engineering at Bloomberg and Founder of the Corner of the Court Project, shares her four psychology-based lessons that help engineers and other technology professionals boost their careers and become better leaders.
Check out the article here: Women in Tech: 4 Lessons to Get Ahead
and then share your thoughts in.
In February, 2018, Oracle hosted a Women in Technology luncheon during the Oracle Code developer event in Los Angeles. It was challenging to openly admit that we all are subject to gender bias. But during the course of the conversation, tips for transforming gender bias into personal success and leadership opportunity came out. We also talked about how to build allies in your career. moving beyond just mentoring to actually investing in professional relationships. We talked about the definition of success and how to make sure it is not confused with approval seeking. And before we knew it, we were at the best part: 3 things we know now that we wish we had known back then.
Here's a great article from Forbes Voice by Alexa Morales summarizing the panel with a link to the panel session:
Oracle will be hosting several Women in Technology events during the Oracle Code developer tour in 2018. We're looking forward to another informative and challenging panel discussion on Thursday March 8 at Oracle CODE NYC on
International Women's Day.