Friday, March 23, 2012

Sexism and Computer Science

What is a “brogrammer” and why is it offensive, anyways? 

This is the question a group of computer science students tried to answer earlier this week at an Open Forum discussion.  Tess, one of the freshmen attendees gives a great summary of the event and attempts to answer the question of why anyone should care about sexist language anyway.  Read Tess' thoughts here and an article from the DP here

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