HackerRank today published its 2019 Women In Tech Report, which looks at developer trends across a sample of 12,000 female developers. The report paints an encouraging picture. It highlights that women developers belonging to the so-called Generation Z group possess the skills employers desperately require. The report defines Generation Z as anyone under the age of 21. According to HackerRank, most women in this age group surveyed are proficient in at least two of the top three most desirable programming languages – namely Python and Java. That’s not surprising, considering that both languages are used at the forefront of computer…

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HackerRank report shows Gen-Z women are ready for the tech workplace
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