January 19: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 94
In Partnership with my Free PDF: Build Confidence Learning How to Code
Are you ready for your weekly dose of inspiration with the latest issue of Women in Tech Weekly? 🥰
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Amelia got promoted to Software Engineering Manager!
Recently promoted last week to Software Engineering Manager at Meredith Corporation
Tierra celebrated her birthday!
Happy Birthday Tierra! I hope you’ve enjoyed a relaxed celebration with lots of delicious pastries and naps 🥰 May this new year bring you wonderful things!
Jessica reached 100k subscribers on YouTube!
Yesss congratulations, Jessica! Hard work and providing value with your audience always pays off ❤️
Partner: my Free PDF: Build Confidence Learning How to Code
Learning how to code is a challenge and requires a lot of trial and error – which means that our confidence may suffer. So here are some exercises that will help you reflect on what you’re learning and your progress, helping you build confidence!
Emily and Amelia Nagoski shared by Amelia
I think we are all exhausted from this past year and this book has been recommended to me several times already!
It can often be difficult to manage your time well as a computer science student, especially when you’re tackling big projects and facing unexpected bugs that could take hours to resolve. Tanushri does a great job of highlighting both general time management tips and CS specific tips that have helped her tackle CS projects and assignments successfully in her 4 years as a CS student.
Bukola shares 5 In-Demand Tech Roles that don’t require programming skills and provides details about what exactly these roles do!
I love books and here are some of the ones I think everyone should read – I recommend these titles to all my friends and family all the time! You’ve probably heard me talk about some of them (and for a good reason, I love these books!), here’s why I think you should read them in 2021.
How can you create a portfolio website that stands out and positions you as a strong candidate? Especially if you’re changing careers and entering the industry after a Bootcamp or a coding course?