With rise of technology and innovative solutions, coding is a skill that is and will become the most important ever. Reshma Saujani discusses the current gender gap between the way we teach girls versus the way we teach boys and firmly believes that girls should be taught how to be brave, not how to be perfect. Check out her inspirational talk!
Reshma Saujani is the founder of Girls Who Code and has only one goal in mind – to reach one million women in computer science by 2020. Reshma dives into the core issue that we’re raising boys to brave but girls to be perfect. To close the gap, the creation of Girls Who Code aims to teach girls to take risks, become innovative and how to code.