June 23: Women in Tech Weekly Issue 64

In Partnership with The Ultimate Tech Career Toolbox 2020

Happy International Women in Engineering Day! I can’t wait to share this week’s celebrations and resources with you – along with the templates to help recognise and celebrate our favourite humans, female engineers!

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.

Featured Woman 👩‍💻

Wanda and Wanda the Brave

Wanda is awesome. She makes a conscious effort to challenge herself and to look her fear in the eyes – no matter how big or small it may be. She is on her way to becoming a software engineer – currently working in data science, which she picked up as part of her pre-med studies. This girl will achieve amazing things and I can’t wait to see that + am incredibly excited for her as she becomes a mother ❤️

Learn about Wanda’s story here!

Celebrations 🥂🎉

Cassandra got her dream job at Amazon as a design technologist!

In her own words:

“I’m am beyond excited that I started as a design technologist at Amazon! I will be working on the last mile team creating the next generation of technology for delivery! 

I’m so excited to continue my love of UX design and front end development in this role. I’ll be working on the delivery tools and mobile applications to ensure your packages get to your doorstep through prime.”

Anna celebrated her birthday!

Happy Birthday, Anna!! May this new year bring you new heights, new goals and wonderful achievements – both in the personal and professional sense! 🥰

International Women in Engineering Day

Happy International Women in Engineering Day! Let’s recognize and celebrate all of the incredible female engineers out there ❤️ To help us do that, I’ve created some templates we can use to do so on social media – grab them on my Instagram!

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Resources 👩‍💻

How Personal Programming Projects Make Your Resume Stand Out – shared by Francesca

Francesca says:

“Whether you’re looking for entry-level tech positions or you’re just ready for the next chapter in your career, having personal programming projects on your resume will catch recruiters’ eyes. This post is a step-by-step guide from HubSpot Director of Engineering Nadia Alramli to the tools and techniques you need to kick off your own personal coding project.”

Tutorial Python + Selenium – created and shared by Andrea

Andrea says:

“Gives an understanding on how to use web automation frameworks, widely used in companies for Protocol Testing. I explain how I use it with Python, creating a unique and fun tool to automatically apply for jobs on LinkedIn.”

Google AI – shared by Natasha

Natasha says:

“Google provides a bunch of exciting course for people who want to learn AI!”

Support Black Owned Businesses – created by Mary

A wonderful list of businesses to support in different categories: from home essentials to artwork, skincare and wine! Check it out!

The Best Interview Advice You Will Ever Get – created and shared by me 🙂

Job interviews can be stressful, especially when your dream job is on the line! So I want to give you the best interview advice you will ever receive, at least in my opinion. This one thing has helped me so much going through a ton of different interviews, including the one I had with Google.

What is Ethical Hacking and How to Get Started in It – created and shared by me 🙂

Job interviews can be stressful, especially when your dream job is on the line! So I want to give you the best interview advice you will ever receive, at least in my opinion. This one thing has helped me so much going through a ton of different interviews, including the one I had with Google.

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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