A response to Stuart Reges “Why Women Don’t Code”

Today I opened up the Sunday Seattle Times newspaper for a relaxing read with my morning coffee. I noticed a little “letter to the editor” in which a professor from the University of Washington responded to women who had responded to his article about women in the computer sciences fields. As a new computer coding teacher I was immediately intrigued. I googled Mr. Reges’ article and read it. My primary thought as I was reading through his long article was, “huh”. I know, not very intellectual, but I am firmly perplexed by his apparent position that men and women have different brains and so choose different careers. I realize that the nature vs. nurture dialogue rages on and has for the past several thousand years but I was under the impression that the current brain research had debunked the idea that human brains are hardwired for one type of learning Read More →