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  • Google is encouraging more girls to code
  • Google is encouraging more girls to code
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Google is encouraging more girls to code

With only 18% of computer science degrees earnt by women, Google has announced an initiative to encourage more girls to code. Made With Code is being funded with $50 million over the next few years to encourage high school girls to get involved in coding and programming.



  • Article image How are modern Muslims rewriting stereotypes?

    From the fashionable Mipsterz to the ‘Happy Muslims’, the latest cultural movements in the Islamic world have been well documented across social media. With a global population of approximately 1.57 billion, what are the implications for brands trying to reach modern Muslims?

  • Article image Raising the next Mark Zuckerberg

    Parents are increasingly anxious to equip their kids with the tools they need to adapt to a technology-centric world. How? By teaching them the basics of software programming.

  • The new coding curriculum The new coding curriculum

    The UK government has announced a £500k fund which will be put towards both teachers and students learning to code, ahead of the new curriculum being introduced in September, which will place more emphasis on science, technology, engineering and maths.

  • Article image Girl power: a new leadership paradigm

    The modern woman is setting her sights on increasingly ambitious career. John Gerzema explains how her attitudes have changed, what hurdles she faces and how brands can cater to her needs.