You must have never met Grace Hopper, who wrote the first compiler, or the women who programmed the ENIACs. Where would Apple be today without Smalltalk, co-developed by Adele Goldburg?
Honestly, in the environment at that time, did you even notice the women as people or did they all just lump into "secretary" in your head? Where they couldn't threaten you.
The funny thing is, if you go back 40-50 years, women dominated programming. Because it wasn't seen as a male career path, men didn't bother with it. People forget how many women were at the roots of early computer design and programming.
Now certain male brogrammers act like that history never existed and women have always been uninterested in tech, which is extremely self serving.
Nowhere in the article did they explain how that technical score was determined. Whether it was from academic records or just the impressions of the interviewers.
Regardless, they concluded that the overriding problem was that most women dropped out after 2-3 rejections, whereas men continued interviewing and that skewed their numbers.
You have a weird notion of reading comprehension. Or you're just dumb. The 3rd Amendment says the government can't quarter soldiers in your house without the owners permission. It makes no mention of any right to home ownership.
However, the government does have a number of laws ensuring equal access to housing, and provides funds to those who can't afford shelter on their own.. so you're still not disproving my argument.
The government also has a role in ensuring everyone has a free and unrestricted ability to exercise those rights. Such as how they organize and control voting rather than letting corporations restrict voting to whomever has the best credit rating (and wouldn't certain conservatives love that).
The government also forces cable companies to provide public access channels free to the community.
So.. why can't the government force gun makers to provide a free "Liberty" gun to any citizen who wants one?
You also don't need a holy book to pray, and fermentation happens quite naturally.
The closest analogy would be voting, and the government pays for that, establishes standards for the equipment and organizes volunteers to run the service. So.. why does Smith & Wesson get to hold my right to bare arms hostage to their profit margin again?
"Though a program be but three lines long, someday it will have to be maintained." -- The Tao of Programming