Women in Tech Weekly Issue 14
This week we have a new Women in Tech Weekly Newsletter which will blow your mind! Even today, after many published pieces, it does me great joy to arrange it for you. These are amazing women who never stop impressing me.
Hope you enjoy our latest issue and get inspired, too!
Patricia got a tech job!
In her own words:
“I got an internship position within my department and I’ll be learning about deep learning with Python! “
In three days it will be my second anniversary in the United Kingdom. It's crazy how fast time flies. . Two years and one month ago I was saying goodbye to Archeology. I hated it from the first day but it took me two years to assume that it just wasn't my thing; I had to say hi to a new life. . I won't regret my decision ever, I just regret to not have taken the decision earlier. In two years I have improved my web design skills, I've gotten quite good at programming – Patricia from the past didn't imagine she would say that at any point – I have traveled A LOT, I have worked on many interesting projects, I have made new friends, gotten a placement, built a reputation and the most important thing: I'M VERY – EXTREMELY – HAPPY. . How was your life before coding? Do you have to thank someone for your coding-new-life? Tag them here and tell them why you thank them. 👬👫👭 ⬇️ I want to thank @patatito_12 for always supporting me and pushing me out of my comfort zone when I'm too scared to do it by my own. @jesusgonzalez4288 for providing a home for me in the United Kingdom for two years. Without him I would be a homeless person. And all of you for following my journey and keep me working on bondcoder. 🤗
A post shared by Patricia González (@bondcoder) on Jun 27, 2019 at 8:06am PDT
Jessica is going back to work after maternity leave and her first gig is supporting female founders in tech!
In her own words:
“I’m working with Qualcomm Ventures to support their first Female Founder Summit that will bring together startups, investors, entrepreneurs, and technology leaders for an afternoon of networking, discussion and opportunity. It features a pitch competition where 10 female-founded startups will present their business plans, with the winner receiving a $500,000 award. Giving away two tickets for propelling in SF this Wednesday at 3:30!“
All I have is one 🎤 mic 🚨 GIVEAWAY time 🚨 ⠀ 👉🏻 #Sanfran, this one’s for you! ⠀ 👋🏼I’m so excited to announce I’ll be MCing Qualcomm Ventures first ever pitch competition for startups with female founders 🙋🏻♀️👷🏻♀️🧕🏽👩🏼🦱🕵🏻♀️👩🏻⚕️👩🏾🌾👩🏿🏭👩🏽💼in SF on July 10th. ✔ The opportunity to support female founders ✔ 10 innovative women-founded & led tech startups ✔ A chance to win $500K in funding 👉🏻I’m giving away one ticket to the #QCVFemaleFounders Summit packed with all the movers and shakers in the tech and VC space + amazing female founders (And me!) Want to be in a the room and learn innovation, the art of pitching and networking from some of the smartest minds in tech? Want to join? ⠀ 1️⃣Comment below with who you are and what you do 2️⃣Follow me and @techsesh 3️⃣Sign up for my newsletter, link in bio. Winner announced Friday 7/5
A post shared by Jessica Naziri | Tech Expert (@jessicanaziri) on Jul 2, 2019 at 3:27pm PDT
Y Combinator startup school – shared by Natasha
“This will be very useful for people planning to build startups!”
“It’s a short book that explores many areas through life advice and appreciation for how magical life can be if we choose to see it that way ✨”
Jessica Naziri, TechSesh.co – shared by Jessica
“The purpose of the event is to support early-stage female founders in two ways: First, by providing access to our powerful network of industry partners so they can build a strong network to tap into as they scale their business. Second, by accelerating their access to capital via the startup competition.”
Reading about these amazing women is always a source of inspiration and an opportunity to broaden horizons! Thank you for being part of Women in Tech Weekly issue – keep up with the good work.
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 ?