Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson

Elisabeth Greenbaum Kasson is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers the collision of culture, technology and business. Her work appears in the Los Angeles Times, Documentary magazine, Los Angeles magazine, HR Magazine and other venues.
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Saving the World as a ‘Green’ Engineer

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Sustainability (or “green”) engineers can fall into several engineering disciplines: mechanical, electrical, environmental, civil, or structural. Whatever their current position,

Landing a Job at Lumo Bodytech

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Founded in 2011 by Stanford entrepreneurs Monisha Perkash, Charles Wang and Andrew Chang, and cited by multiple tech publications as a wearable startup

4 Mistakes New Tech Grads Should Avoid

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According to any number of career counselors and recruiters, many new graduates make the same mistakes over and over again

Career Profile: Civic Technologist

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The public sector is undergoing disruption on a number of fronts, including technological. However it evolves in coming years, the

Getting Started in Open Source

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While open source still lags behind other areas of tech with regard to diversity (check out our recent article on

Women Developers: Pursue Open Source

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While the gender imbalance in the technology industry is often reported, the lack of diversity in the open source (OS)

What You Need to Land a Big Data Gig

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Even as more organizations buy and implement Big Data architecture, many aren’t considering how many people they’ll ultimately need to