GitHub programmer’s path: public housing to key role in diversity
Over the past months, Campos has been sharing his story from the White House to an American Indian reservation in Oklahoma. While 90 percent of the households of college-educated Americans have broadband access, roughly half of of other households do.
“We want people who come from backgrounds very different from Mark Zuckerberg to know that that they still have a place in the creative digital world — even if they have a single mom and lived in public housing like me,” Campos said recently in GitHub’s San Francisco offices. “Because there is an endless need for software.”