Doja Cat's New Collaborator? Girls Who Code

The 11-time Grammy nominee joined forces with the nonprofit to close coding's gender gap

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Gender disparity in computing is an ongoing conversation, with daunting statistics showing that women in STEM are both underrepresented and underpaid. Many experts believe that reaching out to girls and encouraging them to pursue computer sciences at a young age could create significant change in the industry.

To that end, the nonprofit organization Girls Who Code has teamed with 11-time Grammy nominee Doja Cat to create the world’s first codable music video. Created in partnership with RCA Records, agency Mojo Supermarket and digital production studio Active Theory, this new website aims to introduce girls to coding languages in a way that is interactive and fun.

DojaCode allows fans to unlock hidden video content while learning basic coding languages.



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