From Russia with code : programming migrations in post-Soviet times / edited by Mario Biagioli and Vincent Antonin Lépinay.

Contributor(s): Biagioli, Mario, 1955- [editor.] | Lépinay, Vincent Antonin [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2019Description: 1 online resource (xii, 372 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1478003340; 9781478003342Subject(s): Information technology -- Social aspects -- Russia (Federation) | Computer software -- Development -- Social aspects -- Russia (Federation) | Brain drain -- Russia (Federation) | Hacking -- Social aspects -- Russia (Federation) | Hacking -- Political aspects -- Russia (Federation) | Russia (Federation) -- Emigration and immigration | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- General | Brain drain | Computer software -- Development -- Social aspects | Emigration and immigration | Information technology -- Social aspects | Russia (Federation) | COMPUTERS / Social Aspects / GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: From Russia with code.DDC classification: 303.48/330947 LOC classification: HM851 | .F75 2019Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Before the collapse : programming cultures in the Soviet Union / Ksenia Tatarchenko -- From lurker to ninja : creating an IT community at Yandex / Marina Fedorova -- For code and country : civic hackers in contemporary Russia / Ksenia Ermoshina -- At the periphery of the empire : Vladivostok's IT industry / Alexandra Masalskaya and Zinaida Vasilyeva -- Kazan connected : "IT-ing" up a province / Alina Kontareva -- Hackerspaces and technoparks in Moscow / Aleksandra Simonova -- Siberian software developers / Andrey Indukaev -- E-Estonia reprogrammed : nation branding and children coding / Daria Savchenko -- Post-Soviet ecosystems of IT / Dmitry Zhikharevich -- Migrating step by step : Russian computer scientists in the UK / Irina Antoschyuk -- Brain drain and Boston's "upper-middle tech" / Diana Kurkovsky West -- Jews in Russia and Russians in Israel / Marina Fedorova -- Russian programmers in Finland : self-presentation in migration narratives / Lyubava Shatokhina.
Action note: digitized 2019. committed to preserveSummary: The contributors to From Russia with Code examine Russian computer scientists, programmers, and hackers in and outside of Russia within the context of new international labor markets and the economic, technological, and political changes in post-Soviet Russia.
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Before the collapse : programming cultures in the Soviet Union / Ksenia Tatarchenko -- From lurker to ninja : creating an IT community at Yandex / Marina Fedorova -- For code and country : civic hackers in contemporary Russia / Ksenia Ermoshina -- At the periphery of the empire : Vladivostok's IT industry / Alexandra Masalskaya and Zinaida Vasilyeva -- Kazan connected : "IT-ing" up a province / Alina Kontareva -- Hackerspaces and technoparks in Moscow / Aleksandra Simonova -- Siberian software developers / Andrey Indukaev -- E-Estonia reprogrammed : nation branding and children coding / Daria Savchenko -- Post-Soviet ecosystems of IT / Dmitry Zhikharevich -- Migrating step by step : Russian computer scientists in the UK / Irina Antoschyuk -- Brain drain and Boston's "upper-middle tech" / Diana Kurkovsky West -- Jews in Russia and Russians in Israel / Marina Fedorova -- Russian programmers in Finland : self-presentation in migration narratives / Lyubava Shatokhina.

The contributors to From Russia with Code examine Russian computer scientists, programmers, and hackers in and outside of Russia within the context of new international labor markets and the economic, technological, and political changes in post-Soviet Russia.

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Mario Biagioli is Distinguished Professor of Law, Science and Technology Studies, and History at the University of California, Davis.

Vincent Lépinay is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Medialab at Sciences Po (Paris).

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