Diversity programs at Google discriminatory, says engineer’s anti-diversity manifesto

A document written by an unnamed senior software engineer at Google suggesting the company encourage “ideological” rather than gender diversity, is generating anger within the company and in Silicon Valley.

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  • BillyHW

    Courageous non-faggot discovered! Now he must be destroyed.

  • simus1

    Or a fake provocation designed to make anti party elements reveal themselves by their lack of hysterical anti splitter response to this grave attempt at wrong think subversion.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Google is reaching the more money than brains stage that all tech companies eventually achieve

  • Editor

    I’m still waiting for the hard numbers study that indicates diversity, as defined by the current standards, is actually a strength for a company as opposed to say, education, competence, experience, effort and dedication. Diversity as a goal in and of itself doesn’t do anything for the bottom line.

    • bargogx1

      It doesn’t do anything for anything. It’s like zero. It neither adds or subtracts anything.

      • JPfromtheeast

        Actually, I would argue that it does indeed take away. It is an instant disincentive for men to try if they know there is a quota that will likely get in the way. This means that not only will less skilled people get in, but even fewer high skilled people bother to try at all.