December 22: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 90
In Partnership with my 3-Day Reflection Challenge 2020
Happy Tuesday! We are slowly but surely approaching the end of the year and it’s time to reflect on our 2020 learnings. Make sure you participate in my free 3-day challenge 🥰 In the meantime, here’s the latest issue of Women in Tech Weekly – let’s celebrate some amazing women in the community!
If you’d like to submit anything for next week’s issue, please do so using the submission form at the bottom of this post.
Amalia got a new job as the first female engineer at a startup called Candidate!
Candidate is trying to change how hiring works. Their slogan? Refer your network. They get hired. You get rewarded. MEANING I could recommend any of my engineer boss bitches to candidate, they then help find them a job, when the engineer boss kween gets hired, the company shes going to is happy, and I’m happy too because I legit get 3k or something.
Guzel reached 94 YouTube subscribers and applied to #SheMakes program!
My views are growing. I got emails, comments lovely. I can’t to wait for the results of #SheMakes program.. It will be announced on the 4th of January. Wish me such a lot of luck 🙂
Chandler got a new job as a Full Stack Software Engineer!
Congratulations, Chandler! That’s fantastic news and what a great way to enter 2021 🥰 super proud of you – keep on killing it girl!
Laila and @clampagency got featured in Forbes!
This is awesome, Laila, and so well deserved! Hard work, dedication and following your purpose always pays off ❤️
Maya reached her YouTube subscriber growth goal!
It was 1,000 and Maya almost got to 5k! Congratulations, Maya! Keep on creating fantastic content 🥰
My goal for 2020 was to make it to 1,000 subscribers on YouTube and we did it! We’re almost at 5,000 babyyyyy 🎉 more videos coming in 2021 ❤️ pic.twitter.com/886cMK20A6 — Maya Bello (@maya_loves_code) December 22, 2020
Partner: my 3-Day Reflection Challenge 2020
2020 has been crazy, emotional, painful, raw, transformational and had a ton of learnings for all of us. Join me in processing this year with this 3-Day Reflection Challenge!
Learn my big takeaways after 1 year working as a full-time software engineer in fintech!
Vicky is sharing her thoughts on what programming languages will be the most popular ones in 2021!
Sharon shares practical steps on how to get into the field with no formal education. A must watch for anyone thinking to make that career switch!
2020 has been nuts and if it has taught us anything – it was the need to be able to adapt. So as we’re making plans for 2021, I think it’s important to set flexible goals that will help you do that in case if life takes another twist or turn. Here’s my methodology for how you can plan for 2021 the smart way.
How to Plan for 2021 – Preparing for Uncertainty