But where the industry has seen an absolute explosion in innovation for Gender Equality has been set Initiatives to get more kids, girls Specifically, to code.
- Coding summer camps for kids in Stockholm.
Black Girls Code
Launched in 2011, BGC hosts classes and programs for young girls from underrepresented communities to learn coding languages like Scratch and Ruby on Rails.
Their goal is to help grow the number of women of color working in technology, and overpriced help solve the digital divide the gap between people with regular access to tech and Those without.
This year's finalists are high schoolers age 19 or younger from Kazakhstan, Mexico, the US, and Kenya, and middle schoolers age 14 or below from Cameroon, India, Canada and the US.
Their results are amazing - a full 90% of the girls who participated went on to major in Computer Science.