January 14: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 41
Are you ready for the most successful and productive year to date? We’re back with some inspiring ladies in our new edition of Women in Tech Weekly, here to kick you into gear and motivate you to be the best version of yourself that you can be!
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Featured Woman ??
Aqsa is a self-taught badass data scientist! If you’re interested in Python or Machine learning, she is your girl – and because she is always striving for more learnings and growth, her latest passion is Language Processing. Aqsa is a role model for me with her determination and hard work, follow her for a regular dose of inspiration!
Natasha is celebrating her birthday!
In her own words:
“Birthdays are amazing!”
Happy Birthday, Natasha!! I hope you’ve had a wonderful celebration and that this new year brings you a ton of joy and fulfillment!
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In her own words:
“I activated this Instagram page and share about cooking, recipes and much more related to food for my startup Frise App.”
Anna is starting a new side project!
Anna is still planning out the details, but it sounds very exciting! That’s a great way to start the new year, Anna, we can’t wait to see what you end up creating!
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Arianne is celebrating the first Monday of working for herself!
She is taking the leap to go on her own and start her own consulting business!
This is wonderful news, Arianne, we are all so proud of you! It takes a lot of courage to go on your own and it can be nervewracking, but it’s also incredibly liberating to be your own boss and to be able to decide what to work on. And we are all here for you if you ever need any sort of support!
Well it's my first Monday morning working for myself. Got loads I'm hoping to get done this week, along with a few calls and meetings to catch up with people. This week I'm all about remembering the value of networking. Every single good thing that's come about in my career has been through a relationship I've built with someone. As an autistic introvert it's not always (ever!) easy, but it is always worthwhile. Just at the weekend, I sold something on Facebook Marketplace to a lovely woman who came over. We got to chatting, and she's been running her own business for ten years! We've now connected on LinkedIn and she gave me all sorts of advice. If I'm able to make my baby business a success, it'll be because of relationships and networking. Helping me face the week in the right frame of mind is this awesome print of me that my friend @cazleeds_ commissioned – it's got my shiny silver DMs in and shows me in a way that I think I need to see sometimes. Especially now. Let's go smash this week 💪💜
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History of Women in Tech – created and shared by me 🙂
Did you know that women used to work as human computers and that tech was a mainstream career choice for women? Watch this video to learn more about the history of women in tech and about the amazing female inventors and pioneers in the field!
Did you know that women used to work as human computers and that tech was a mainstream career choice for women? Even Cosmopolitan published an article about it in the 1960's – talking about many great career opportunities women can have in the industry! Watch this video to learn more about the history of women in tech and about the amazing female inventors and pioneers in the field! . . . . . #womenintech #womenintechnology #peoplewhocode #dev_girls #softwaredevelopment #softwaredeveloper #girlswhocode #womenwhocode #girlsintech #inspiration #bosswomen #changemakers #changetheratio #yougotthis #upliftothers #womensupportingwomen #inspo #bossbabe #womensupportingwomen #celebratingwomen #history #historyoftechnology #historyofwomenintech #adalovelace #gracehopper #codinggirl
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My Biggest Mistakes and Fails as an Entrepreneur – created and shared by me 🙂
I’ve made some mistakes in the 2,5 years that I’ve been running my business and I don’t want you to repeat them – so I’ve decided to share them with you in this video.
Please let me know your thoughts in the comments below and if you’d like to share something for next week’s issue, here’s the submission form!! Bookmark that and add anything you’d like to share in there ?