Software Programmers and Developers From the LGBTQ Community

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With the large number of computer sites dedicated to the LGBTQ community, one would expect an equally large number of software programmers and developers to come from the community. A recent survey by Overflow showed that, of the 36,939 respondents in the field, 5.2 per cent identified as LGBTQ and 0.9 per cent identified as transgender. The same study finds that those development firms that employ LGBTQ individuals report 19 per cent higher revenues that those that are monolothic.

Organizations for LGBTQ individuals in software development include oSTEM (Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and Out4Undergrad


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