How we taught dozens of refugees to code, then helped them get developer jobs
Gijs Corstens

Seems like a good way to virtue signal at the expense of your fellow countrymen. Couldn’t you have taught some local unemployed youths how to code? Ah, that simply wouldn’t have been “progressive” enough. Remeber, these people chose to go to the Netherlands rather than stop in the nearest conflict free zone, that immediately disqualifies them as “refugees”. I’m sure many of those young men who abandoned their wives, daughters, sisters and mothers to the cruel hands of ISIS are greatful though. Well done.