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Educate future female programmers

Aug - 1 - 2012
Nicole C. Engard

I’m lucky enough to work in an open source community that has many strong women, but not all programming projects are that way and I like the idea of supporting a movement that helps mold the next generation of Girls Who Code. For the about page:

Girls Who Code is a new organization working to educate, inspire and equip 13- to 17-year-old girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in technology and engineering.

Check out their website and join the movement to educate more women how to participate in computer programming.

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