February 4: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 44

The new edition of Women in Tech Weekly is here to chase your Monday blues away with some interesting stories and cool resources! Get your weekly dose of motivation and coding tips.

Don’t miss a chance to share your story too! Check out the submission form below! ?

Featured Woman ?‍?

Emily and The Space Gal

Emily is such a beautiful human inside and out! She is on a mission to teach girls about technology and space and is doing a fantastic job at it! Not only is she the Host and Executive Producer of Xploration Outer Space, but she is also an author of a series of wonderful books for little girls called Ada Lace Adventures.

Learn about Emily’s story here!

Celebrations ??

Erin is celebrating the release of the first episode of a new video series she has helped work on for NASA!

In her own words:

“7 months ago, I joined an awesome team at NASA that has been following the journey of a team of women researchers for 2 years as they send their science to the space station. I got to jump in and help work on the video series about it called NASA Explorers: Microgravity. This week, the first episode came out, and the rest will air weekly for the next 7 weeks!.”

Estefannie celebrated her birthday!

Happy birthday, fellow Aquarius! I hope you’ve had a fantastic day and that this year brings you all of the happiness you deserve ? Here’s to awesome discoveries and projects ahead of you – keep on shining!

Natalie turned 30 on a busy Sunday!

And with the best kind of attitude! Happy birthday, girl – may all of your dreams come true in this new chapter of your life ? Thank you for inspiring us all with your amazing work and content!

Masha turned 29 on Friday!

Yup, that’s me! I had a phenomenal day in Mexico City and didn’t work all day ? Absolute bliss!

Resources ?‍?

5 websites to find Front End inspirations – created and shared created by Anna

You can save a lot of time by finding free coding snippets online. You can also get inspired and build something yours without spending time setting up the environment. Sometimes you just need to get idea from somewhere first to develop something new.

“How to begin coding?”  Infographic – created and shared by Hiba

This little infographic includes 6 key points to implement as a coding newbie. I wish someone had this for me when I first started out, hope you guys find it beneficial. ?

10 Signs that You’re Ready for Your Next Career Move – and How to Search for a New Job – created and shared by me 🙂

How do you know when it’s time to look for your next career move? I will give you a comprehensive list of signs to look out for below! But I also want to address the elephant in the room: how daunting this process can seem and present you with a solution.

29 Things I’ve Learned in 29 Years – created and shared by me 🙂

I’ve just turned 29, so I’ve decided to share 29 nuggets of wisdom I’ve learned so far! They’re all about life, career and self-love – sprinkled with a few silly facts.

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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