A California appellate court has upheld a ruling denying class certification in a gender discrimination case brought on behalf of 135 women software engineers at Twitter who claim they were disproportionately passed over for promotion. 

In a 15-page unpublished decision, the First District Court of Appeal on Wednesday upheld an earlier ruling denying class certification in the case issued last year by San Francisco Superior Court Judge Mary Wiss. 

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