Study suggests women’s computer code is preferred, only if their gender is unknown

   
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When justifying the conspicuous absence of women in tech, the most commonly offered explanation has always been lack of skill — women are less interested in technology, they don’t pursue it as often (or as early), so by extension, when it comes to job applications, there are fewer qualified women in the mix. How could engineering teams not be majority male? Well, a new study published on PeerJ pokes a pretty damning hole in that argument — according to this research, women write better code than men on GitHub, or at the very least, their contributions are accepted more often by fellow coders. But this is only true when their gender is not known; once it’s made apparent that a woman is behind the syntax, all bets are off. In fact, bets go down

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