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‘Queen of GitHub’ who quit over gender harassment offers details of alleged bullying

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Julie Ann Horvath, the designer who publicly quit the popular programming platform GitHub over claims of gender harassment, has given TechCrunch more details about what she describes as a bizarre and abusive work environment. Horvath declined to provide names, but she says a coworker harassed her after being turned down for a date, a founder tried to have her pushed out for dating another coworker, and that same founders wife basically stalked her for unclear reasons. It seems like my comments here may have been enough. — Julie Ann Horvath (@nrrrdcore) March 15, 2014

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