In 1984, 37 percent of all computer science graduates were women. Today, that’s dropped to just 18 percent. Why?
We talk with Reshma Saujani about how we socialize women to be perfect, rather than brave, how diverse workforces increase creative productivity, and pop culture portrayals of what programmers look like.
“ We can do this. This problem is solvable.”
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