December 10: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 36

Time for another issue of Women in Tech Weekly! Are you excited? Because I am ?

No matter how many of these I do, they never cease to inspire and excite me! The opportunity to learn about and from so many amazing women in tech is such a privilege and so much fun as well! Hope you enjoy it, and I hope to see you in the next one (make sure to check out the submission form below) ?

Featured Woman ?‍?

Eden Adler

Eden is seriously focused on giving back and creating an impact, which I find incredibly inspiring! A pre-med, turned software engineer, she has had an unusual path into tech for sure. And she creates a ton of great and humorous content. Make sure you follow this wonderful girl’s adventures!

Learn about Eden’s story here!

Celebrations ??

Dania celebrated her 30th Birthday!

Congratulations, you absolute badass! May this year bring you new heights and exciting new opportunities to grow – all while keeping you in the present moment and enjoying life ? 

Vicky landed her first Software Development job!

This is awesome, Vicky!! We are all so proud of you and excited to see what this opportunity will bring you! Keep on crushing it ?

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??? ?? ???? ????????? ????? ???????? ?? ???? . Learning to code is a long journey, how do you keep yourself going when the road gets tough? Here are some tips. . ➡️Have an end goal in mind. It’s important to begin with the end in mind, really think about your why’s. Why you want to start this journey, why it’s important for you to achieve your goal, set yearly, monthly, weekly and daily goals to help you align with your intentions. . ➡️Choose consistency over speed. CONSISTENCY IS KEY. slow and steady wins the game. In order to be master at anything you need to be patience and willing to wait out the time to get to where you want. . ➡️Build up your willpower muscle. Willpower is like battery on your phone, it will run out everyday. In order to build up your willpower you need to practice it like going to the gym. So small tasks like getting up early, saying no to unhealthy food, going to the gym regularly, block out time to work on your goals, those small tasks can be used as a way to train your willpower muscle and improve your discipline. . ➡️Avoid burnout and get rest. REST so you can go down this marathon. It’s not a sprint. . ➡️Don’t let impostor syndrome get you down. One reason that I think this is such a common fear for coders is because the fields of programming and web development are just so broad. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the vast number of skills you need to know. to be honest, no one knows EVERYTHING. Focus on learning, overtime as your skill grow your confidence will grow. You gotta be patience with yourself. . ➡️Find a community of peers. why I’m creating this instagram account! I dont want you all be alone! Also checkout other instagram accounts, keeping yourself motivated! . I hope you found this helpful. ➡️follow @vickysdailystandup for daily1 min tech videos! . . #learntocode #coder #coding #codingbootcamp #computerscience#frontenddeveloper #frontenddevelopment #frontendwebdeveloper #frontendengineer #javascriptdeveloper #javascripts #javascriptengineer #javascript30 #computersciencestudent #computerscience #computer #bookreview #bookreviews #ydkjs #javascriptdeveloper #javascriptengineer

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Alison announced her company’s status as a Nonprofit!

Another week and another awesome achievement from Al! This is incredible, Alison, thank you for inspiring all of us! Pittsburgh’s tech scene is about to get heated up!

Tracey celebrated her Birthday in style: by launching a denim Bee & Kin capsule!!

Happy Birthday, Tracey, keep on killing it! It looks like last year brought you so many exciting achievements and amazing life changes – may this new one top that! Cheers to you, girl ? 

Resources ?‍?

WoC in STEM – created and shared by Natalie

Natalie says:

“It is the OFFICIAL and original page for discovering women of color in STEM! We interview WOC and share their stories on our page to show diversity in tech in social media as it is sorely lacking especially in the large repost pages. We simply want to empower other women. We want to inspire women to pursue or learn more about any field within STEM.”

A tale of CSS Resets and Everything You Need to Know About Them – created and shared by Margarita

Margarita says:

“It is a comprehensive and deep-dive tutorial about CSS resets.”

How Imposter Syndrome is Good for You – created and shared by me 🙂

Feeling like an imposter? Guess what, that’s a good thing! And let me tell you why!

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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