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Reshma Saujani is not a coder. But she’s passionate about building a world where one million women and girls are computer scientists in 2020. She joined us in our Chicago office to tell us her story, how she is working to close the gender gap in technology - and how we can support and champion this important initiative.
One of Chicago’s largest high-speed traders has taken a central role in the bitcoin market, stepping into the vacuum created by Wall Street’s hesitant response to the booming investor interest in digital currencies.
For whatever reason, working in tech and a love of table tennis go hand in glove.
The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists. This year, the DRW team was there, and we came back energized by meeting so many talented women. We also sponsored two students from the University of Chicago and Carleton College to attend, and spoke with them about their experiences:
It’s no secret that techies love ping pong, but those in Chicago’s startup community will soon get the chance to play table tennis together for more than just fun.
In 2012, DRW partnered with the Noble Network of Charter Schools to support a high school in the Homan Square neighborhood of Chicago. Since then, two classes of scholars have graduated from DRW College Prep, the majority of whom are continuing their education at colleges and universities across the U.S. We spoke with an alumna currently attending Washington University in St. Louis on a full scholarship about her experience at DRW College Prep.
DRW Holdings, LLC (“DRW”) today announced that it will hire a Houston-based energy trading group, establishing a DRW office in Houston that is expected to be operational by mid-November.