I watched this fascinating documentary

and the other 6 parts. PS: DON'T SHOOT THE MESSENGER. I'm reporting what the documentary said not what I said.

Apparently in Norway the government equality programs define success as equal outcomes. In other words, until 50% of computer programmers are women the government equality programs are failing. According to the program though it's possible that's an unrealistic goal because men and women, on average, may be *born* with different interests. It's possible the best you can hope for is maybe 20% women engineers or less. The point being they maybe they should strive for equal opportunities not equal outcomes.