Women coders good for business, documentarian says
SAN FRANCISCO – Like many parents, Robin Hauser Reynolds was spurred to action by her children.
Specifically, a college-age daughter who had expressed a keen interest in computer science at Colgate University but suddenly was on the cusp of dropping the course.
"She called me up saying, 'Mom, I'm one of only two girls in the class and the guys know so much more, I'm bailing,'" says Hauser. "She was very good at computer science. But she now had the perception that she wasn't good."
That phone call has led to CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, a new documentary premiering at... read more
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