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How we create real change for people and society

Less than 19% of all developers are women and non-binary, and they leave tech roles at a 45% higher rate than men. Since 2015, we’ve created conditions for a more sustainable tech industry – for both developers and companies. We’re coding with thousands of people yearly, collaborating with companies across sectors and today we’re Sweden’s biggest community for programmers who are women and non-binary.

Pink Programming in short

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“Thank you for organizing all these events! What you’re doing is extraordinary, and I can’t express enough the admiration I have for everyone taking all that time and energy to bring coding to us, thank you!”

Pink Sunday participant

“We are very proud and happy to collaborate with Pink Programming. It gives us the opportunity to learn and improve in our journey to become a more inclusive workplace. Learning about and implementing inclusion and diversity is important for any business, and we are proud to see these as cornerstones of our future at Tarsier.”

Andreas Johnsson, CEO at Tarsier Studios, main sponsor of Pink Programming

“I love the initiative of bringing women and non-binary people in IT together and empowering them. Being relatively new in this IT world in Sweden, it has helped to find a community and support in this industry.”

Pink After Work participant

We support UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

We introduce programming to women and non-binary people through coding events, and educate companies to become more inclusive employers and increase gender equality in their workplaces.

A vast majority of all developers in Sweden are men. We aim to Increase the number of female and non-binary developers and hence the gender equality in the industry.

Diverse teams increase innovation and company profits and hence economic growth. We help companies become inclusive employers that appeals to a more diverse group of employees.

Increasing diversity amongst developers allows women and other under represented groups to join a well-paid industry. This means financial inequalities can be reduced between gender, cultures and nationalities.