There are a couple of interesting organizations and articles regarding the gender gap I talked about in my last post. I only have listed a few here, if you know more, please don't hesitate to post in the comments or send me a mail.
There's the Ada Initiative and Ladies Learning Code, both non-profit organizations aiming to get more women into coding by organizing conferences, workshops, trainings, etc. You can also check to see whether there is a Girl Geek Dinner organized in a city near you.
Then there's a very cool blog post on the Fog Creek Blog called Girls Go Geek... Again! which (amongst other things) briefly sums up the history of women in programming and includes an article with a female developer at Fog Creek Software.
Another nice article over at Sharp Skirts focuses more on the communication differences and what it means in the workplace and it's called Girl Developers vs. Women In Tech: More Conversations That Need To Change.
My favorite article though is located over at Microsoft, more specifically Jennifer Marsman's MSDN blog. It deals with the question why there are so few women giving talks at conferences. This is one of the articles I routinely search for and link when someone asks the "Why so few women?" question. It's called Why are more women not speaking at technical conferences? Insights from the WiT discussion at CodeStock and most of all it's awesome.
Yeah. And there's this. I thought you shouldn't miss this.