August 25: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 73

In Partnership with my Self-Worth Strengthening Affirmations and Gratitude Prompts

This week’s issue makes me so happy, there are so many incredible reasons to celebrate 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.

Celebrations 🥂🎉

Rozeri wrote a plugin for Huawei mobile services at HMS team 🎉!

In her own words:

“My birthday is 27th august l will be turning into 27. I also started to work at Huawei mobile services in the past months. This month l successfully managed to publish an in-app purchase of react-native plugin for Huawei mobile services 🎉 Finally, this is my 5th year at a mobile application development platform as a software engineer and it is sooo great 🎈🎊💥🎉!”

Pauline hit over 200+ downloads of her new podcast!

In her own words:

“My latest episode is all about prioritising self-care especially in a world that is always go-go-go! I only released my podcast, where I share some of my thoughts around tech, health, relationships and becoming your best self, earlier this month but reached a personal milestone in under a month! I’m pretty proud of myself :).”

Kaylee and Ashley started a podcast called SisterCodes!

In Kaylee’s words:

“Ashley and I are two sisters who are women in tech … that have started our own podcast! It’s called SisterCodes and we talk about everything tech from new trends to the importance of diversity in STEM all from our perspectives as women in tech. You can find us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!”

Samantha launched her YouTube channel!

In her own words:

“I just launched my YouTube channel with my first video “Top 5 tips on Becoming a Data Scientist”. Very excited about this and it is a huge step as I have never been the most confident person and glad to see how this is changing since starting to write.”

Sundas published her First Day at Google video!

In her own words:

“First Day at Google experience video is up on YouTube on my channel.”

Sonia started her official IG for her series Tuesday Tech Talk!

In her own words:

“I have always loved tech and entertainment. I aspire to one day have a series on TV where I share the latest tips and tricks for tech. This IG is just the beginning of my future goals!”

Mary celebrated her birthday!

Happy Birthday, you inspiring lady! I hope you’ve had a wonderful day ❤️ may this year bring you love, joy and a ton of fulfilment! 

Adunola wrote an article for the New York Times!

This is AWESOME!! Congratulations, Adunola, this is so exciting! Cheers to many more to come 🥰

Partner: my Self-Worth Strengthening Affirmations and Gratitude Prompts

We all struggle with self-doubt, the need for external validation and that inner critic that never seems to chill and let us be.

But I want you to remember that you are wonderful, unique and are bringing so much value in this world. Sometimes it just takes intentional work to recognise that – and we should all have habits in place that remind us of our own self-worth. Click here to download my list of Self-Worth Strengthening Affirmations and Gratitude Prompts!

Resources 👩‍💻

SisterCodes Podcast – created and shared by Kaylee and Ashley

Kaylee says:

“We will talk about all things tech from new tech trends to our own career journeys!”

Top 5 tips on becoming a Data Scientist – created and shared by Samantha

Samantha says:

“This is a summary of my most popular blog post in video format for anyone intrested in a career as a Data Scientist.”

First Day at Google – created and shared by Sundas

Sundas says:

“Sharing my first day Google experience at the New York Google office buildings. My first was on December 2019 (a little back before the lockdown) so luckily I got to experience the infamous orientation and sharing my experience with all of you. Hope you enjoyed it! Thank you for watching!”

Techquartier – shared by Selma

Selma says:

“This FREE nine-week bootcamp is for young professionals and higher-level students interested in learning about entrepreneurship, AI and machine learning. The curriculum includes programming (Python), Data Visualization, Value Creation through Data-Driven Business Models, Algorithms and Data Structures and Ethical Considerations in AI. The program is funded by the German Government and can be completed full virtual, thus, is open to international participants.”

You DON’T need a PhD to get into Machine Learning! – created and shared by Andrea

Andrea says:

“Roadmap for beginners who want to start their career in Machine Learning.”

Am I Too Old to Get Into Tech? – created and shared by me 🙂

Are you worried you’re too old to get into tech? If you’re looking to switch careers and tech looks interesting, but you’re worried that your age will stop you from getting a good job in the industry, this post is for you!

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 🙂

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