September 15 through October 15 is Hispanic Heritage month—or as we like to call it, Elasticians Unidos Month. Learn more about how we're celebrating the month with our Elasticians Unidos ERG.
Asuka Nakajima picked up a copy of Project SEVEN when she was 14 years old. The book tells the story of a high school girl who was a hacker and saved the world from cyber terrorists. Here’s how she followed in those footsteps.
A recent Forbes article showed that 98% of workers want to work remotely at least some of the time, but only 16% of companies operate remotely. Elastic has always operated distributedly — we are distributed by design.
Wes Mason was struggling in ways that others around him weren’t. After he got confirmation he has ADHD, he’s worked to find ways that work for him.
When Stephanie graduated with degrees in music, she struggled to find a job she was interested in. Then she remembered her love for computers.
The Accessibles work to raise awareness and create community at Elastic for those that are differently abled. Learn more about the group.
Creating events that employees actually want to engage in can be difficult, especially as a distributed company. Here, we share our secrets to employee event success.
Being one of the only women in her computer science program didn’t stop Hannah Mudge from pursuing her dream of becoming a software engineer
Hannah had a love of tech from an early age. Now, she works on Elastic’s presentation team, focusing on Kibana and, more specifically, Dashboard.
The time between graduating and starting your first job is an exciting — and overwhelming — time. Get advice from four Elasticians.