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People who say that the software industry is unfriendly to women have...

People who say that the software industry is unfriendly to women have not worked in ANY other industry (with the obvious exceptions of K12 education and nursing). Why don't those n00bs go back to Stanford and get a PhD if they just want to spend their time researching and writing about how hard it is for female programmers, though they themselves never write a single line of code? I learned 98% of what I know by consulting YE OLDE INTERNETTE, an equal-opportunity educator.
7:02 PM Dec 13 2011

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I'm not saying things are perfect in software, but god damn people, try to have some perspective on the rest of the world.

Your status comment remembered me an essay regarding Stereotypical Gender Roles. Thanks.

http://bit.ly/mTMhPl

Thanks for the link, Arzu. Speaking of interesting pieces on gender roles, I thought this was a good read: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2011/12/11/led-child-who-simply-knew/SsH1U9Pn9JKArTiumZdxaL/story.html?s_campaign=sm_tw

Yes. Thank you Lucas for sharing this story about transgender children.

SirKenRobinson has just shared this video and I agree with him;

http://t.co/kcPyUpr0

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