San Francisco Founder and Web Developer

About Me

Hi! I'm Michelle Glauser.

Since becoming an engineer in 2012, I've been passionate about helping underrepresented people join, feel comfortable in, and stay in the software industry. To that end, I:

In 2016, LinkedIn chose me as one of the top 10 professionals in software for their first "Next Wave" list.

When I'm not doing techie or community things, I enjoy baking (and consuming the goods), burying myself in a book, going on hikes, and dog-watching.


As I said, I'm passionate about helping more underrepresented people join, feel comfortable in, and stay in tech. I'm especially passionate about socioeconomic diversity, inclusion, and empowerment for women and non-binary people.


See my GitHub code here. There you'll find my code from the ESPNW Hackathon (full-stack Python), several Get Satisfaction hacks (company updates banner using AJAX and cookies, subscribe to all new topics button in JavaScript, bulk user invitation in Ruby, and a Trinet ideas page), some RailsBridge workshops, and this site, built in Python, Django, HTML, and CSS.

Additionally, check out these projects:

  • BookFairy: a Python/Django project to check the SF library a whole list at a time

  • Revive: a Jekyll/Markdown/GitHub Pages site for a non-profit that sends medical supplies into slums

  • ChiShenMa (startup in Chinaccelerator): a Python/Django/jQuery mobile web app to help you pick a place to eat in Shanghai

  • Picky: a Python/Django swiping Yelp image food picker built for LinkedIn's DevelopHer Hackday


Find me on Twitter.

Read about my work history on LinkedIn.

Want to book a consultation with me? Pay here and I'll send you my booking link.

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