Join us in Cambridge, MA for a free screening of Code: Debugging the Gender Gap
The gender gap in technological fields is hardly a myth. Filmmaker Robin Hauser Reynolds tackles this topic and more in her award-winning documentary Code: Debugging the Gender Gap.
This thought-provoking documentary addresses the gender gap throughout history and examines the reasons why more girls and people of color are not seeking opportunities in computer science.
DataGals, an informal networking group for technical women, is excited to host a FREE screening of this film at the Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge, MA. This event not only showcases the documentary, but is a great way to network with Vertica employees and learn what it’?s like to work for one of the best companies for women.
Because of its popularity, we have limited tickets to this event.
Grab your tickets here while you can! : DataGals Networking Event
And? Vertica is hiring! Bring a copy of your resume to enter the raffle to win a DataGals women’?s t-shirt!
This event is open to students, professionals, enthusiasts, and anyone interested in ?debugging the gender gap?, regardless of gender identity. So bring your friends, resumes, and enthusiasm for technology and enjoy a night out on us!
Watch the Code: Debugging the Gender Gap trailer here: http://www.codedocumentary.com/
Event date & time
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Sign-in: 6:45 ? 7:30 pm
Showing begins: 7:30 pm
Raffle: 8:45 pm
Kendall Square Cinema
One Kendall Square at 355 Binney Street, Cambridge MA?