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Movies with Mae – AFI Docs Review: ‘CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap’ Explores The Inequality of Women in the World of Computer Science – Mae Abdulbaki June 21, 2015

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Movies with Mae – AFI Docs Review: ‘CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap’ Explores The Inequality of Women in the World of Computer Science – Mae Abdulbaki  June 21, 2015

"Women have always been an active part of the past, but not an active part of history." This quote is one of the truest spoken in Robin Hauser Reynolds's documentary CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap. Historically and statistically, women are overlooked, undermined, and ultimately told that some jobs are just not cut for women, especially in the fields of tech, math, and computer science. Well, Reynolds, and several successful women in this field, are here to tell you otherwise in a balanced, well-researched, fact and perspective-driven film about women in the male-dominated field of...

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Hollywood Reporter – Tribeca 2015: ‘CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap’ Doc Hits Hard at the Tech Industry – Megan Soll April 20, 2015

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Hollywood Reporter – Tribeca 2015: ‘CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap’ Doc Hits Hard at the Tech Industry – Megan Soll April 20, 2015

"Women have always been an equal part of the past, just not an equal part of history," said Robin Hauser Reynolds, who quoted Gloria Steinem during a Tribeca Film Festival panel for the documentary CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, which explores the major lack of women working in software engineering and programming industries. Joining Reynolds on the panel were GoDaddy's chief people officerAuguste Goldman, Etsy's director of engineering and infrastructure Jason Wong and Qualcomm’s chief learning officer Tamar Elkeles.

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