Actually, I would say women are more capable of becoming the CEO than men.
I think the true problem lies with treatment of female coders; I've rarely known any females interested in technology from a younger age - which isn't an issue for me but it does explain why there's so many issues with men not being used to women engineers.
Anyway, I very much agree that jobs should be given based on knowledge and proficiency. I'd avoid any companies that make their decision without focusing on your abilities - because if they don't they obviously just don't give a damn about the code.
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