Vancouver Island University screens documentary about gender gap amongst software engineers

NANAIMO - Vancouver Island University hosts a screening of Code: Debugging the Gender Gap on Tuesday (Sept. 27).

Vancouver Island University hosts a screening of Code: Debugging the gender gap at the Nanaimo campus Tuesday (Sept. 27).

Vancouver Island University hosts a screening of Code: Debugging the gender gap at the Nanaimo campus Tuesday (Sept. 27).

The documentary Code: Debugging the Gender Gap explores the gender gap amongst software engineers and examines what society would gain from having more women and minorities code.

The film is being screened at Vancouver Island University in building 355, room 203 on Tuesday (Sept. 27) from 5-8 p.m. Admission is by donation.

After the film there will be a question-and-answer session led by Chelsea Pederson, a member of the Ladies Learning Code Island Chapter.

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CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap Theatrical Trailer from Finish Line Features, LLC on Vimeo.