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Filmmaker Robin Hauser Reynolds (left) of Tiburon interviews Kimberly Bryant, the founder of San Francisco-based Black Girls Code, for Reynolds' new documentary, 'Code: Debugging the Gender Gap,' about the lack of women and minorities in computer science industries.
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'Code' explores source
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By HANNAH BEAUSANG
hbeausang@thearknewspaper.com
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Careers in the ever-evolving tech field are lucrative and desirable — loaded with potential to dream up the "next big thing" that could change the world. So why does recent data show that only 26 percent of computer science careers are held by women, with even gloomier statistics for women in minority groups?

Tiburon-based filmmaker Robin Hauser Reynolds has spent the past two years deconstructing that very quandary, crafting the full-length documentary "Code: Debugging the Gender Gap," which breaks down why the cutting-edge field is cutting a significant demographic out of the equation.


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Tiburon backs off plan to limit parking near Hilarita
 

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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Taken aback by an outpouring of opposition from residents of The Hilarita apartments, Tiburon has backed off its proposal to limit street parking at eight of 10 remaining unrestricted spaces on Ned's Way by giving them to Dairy Knoll recreation center staff for weekday use.

Residents of the 102-unit Hilarita, Tiburon's only multifamily affordable housing complex, turned out in numbers at the Tiburon Town Council's May 20 meeting to beg the council not to take away their use of the spaces during the 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. hours proposed by the town.

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Belvedere council wants to spend more on homeless, skeptical of mooring field

By HANNAH BEAUSANG
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Belvedere officials hashed out their spending priorities during a preliminary review of the city's projected $6.71 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, favoring an added $9,189 in funding to make a dent in the county's wide-spanning homelessness issue while remaining skeptical of paying into new plans for a mooring field on Richardson Bay.

While the city will see some big savings with the consolidation of two City Hall clerk positions, it also faces more than a quarter-million-dollar increase for fire protection services.

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