In Partnership with my Free PDF: Build Confidence Learning How to Code
Welcome to yet another issue of Women in Tech Weekly! 🥰
This is the first one that has been automatically created – well almost. I’ve automated submission formatting and still need to tweak the form to optimise the results. I’ll also adjust certain graphics/layouts to make the process smoother. It’s been a great learning process so far, I’ll definitely write a post about it sometime!
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.
Milena celebrated a very successful online webinar with 3585 people who attended the webinar live!
Milena and Lauren organised an online webinar about student opportunities at CERN and 3585 participants followed the webinar live and asked 721 questions during the Q&A session! Many more registered to get the video recording of the webinar too. This was absolutely unexpected turn out!
Lauren was very nervous to start her YouTube channel, but she finally did it! On her channel, she will talk about science, universe and everything in between!
Gira celebrated her 4 month anniversary since she launched her initiative!
I launched my initiative with the help of Sarah Wells’ program called Leadership Launch, she helped me turn an idea into a full-blown initiative! I am so proud of my successes because I am 15 years old and have helped 10+ people learn the basics of coding! I hope to expand this more 🙂
Vicky celebrated 1 year of being a front end developer!
What a wonderful milestone and a reason to reflect on how far you’ve come, Vicky! Congratulations!!
Dania celebrated her 31st birthday!
Happy Birthday, you absolute goddess! Stay as driven, ambitious and inspiring as you are 🥰 Cheers to another year of being a badass!
Sundas celebrated her 1st Googleversary!
Happy Googleversary, Sundas! I bet looking back it all looks like a crazy adventure 🥰 More awesome projects, teams and learning to come!
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!
One of the challenges of learning robotics is the cost of hardware. Even with microcontrollers like Arduino and Raspberry Pi, you still have to buy motors and sensors. Coming from India, I know how the cost can add up and be a deterrent to learning robotics.
A solution to this is free open source software like Webots and ROS. I create youtube videos on how to use Webots to get started with Robotics. This tutorial series is designed for beginners and doesn’t require prior knowledge of Robotics.
Tech business analysis/Product career shared by Sam
It helps understand product/project life cycle and help integrate and understand what the job is about in tech industry
Making money while you sleep may sound like a crazy dream, but for some bloggers, it’s very much a reality. Let’s talk about how you can also generate passive income with a blog.
Some gift ideas in case if your loved one enjoys their coffee!
Because 2020 has given us a whole new holiday gift category: Home Office Upgrades