'There's a spot at Google for you,' Google CEO tells women at coding competitors


Google desires to indicate that it is taking the problem of variety significantly.

Talking at a coding competitors, CEO Sundar Pichai addressed groups of sweet sixteen women, telling them that there “is a spot for you at Google.”

“To the ladies who dream of being an engineer or an entrepreneur, and who dream of making superb issues: I need you to know that there is a place for you on this business,” stated Pichai.

“There’s a spot for you at Google. Do not let anybody inform you in any other case. You belong right here and we’d like you.”

His assertion comes simply days after an “anti-diversity manifesto” — a 10-page doc during which a former Google software program engineer alleged that the corporate’s gender hole was resulting from “organic variations” between women and men — went viral. 

The writer of the memo, James Damore, has since been fired.

Pichai was talking on the 2017 Technovation Problem, a global coding competitors which noticed 11,000 feminine coders from 103 nations collect to create an app that solves a “real-world problem.”

The age of the contributors ranged from 10 to 18.

4 women from Kazakhstan, who created a security monitoring app for girls referred to as QamCare, walked away with the grand prize for the senior division.

“To ladies world wide who participated within the Problem…we imagine try to be inspired and empowered…” stated Maggie Johnson, Vice President for Training and College Applications at Google.

“We’ll by no means cease working to create an business and surroundings during which girls really feel welcome and may thrive.”

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