As the show is designed, the series revolves around a single bachelor (deemed eligible) who starts with a pool of romantic interests (typically 25) from whom the bachelor is expected to select a wife.
Horvath's very public resignation is especially stinging since the developer has built a reputation as a liaison between the company and other female programmers who may be interested in joining Git Hub but are wary of its male-dominated work environment.
Gut Hub CEO Chris Wanstharth announced Preston-Werner was leaving in a blog post, describing the allegations against the couple as 'sexual or gender-based harassment or retaliation, or of a sexist or hostile work environment'.
The story centered around the wife of one of Git Hub's founders who asked her out for drinks and immediately started telling her how she 'informs her husband's decision' at the company and is essentially in charge of the firing and hiring.
It is often thought of in a vacuum and becomes complicated when it meets reality, where everyone does not start off in a system of perfect.
Recent debates on meritocracy raise questions as to what Singapore regards as merit.