Another Tuesday, another week of quarantine. Please make sure that you are staying updated on the situation, taking the necessary measures and are protecting yourself and your community by staying inside. This is a time for all of us to work together – because together we are stronger!
There are plenty of awesome things happening in the world as we stay inside though. In fact, we have quite a lot of women to celebrate this week! Join me in doing so in this week’s issue of Women in Tech Weekly 🥰
Don’t forget to share your story for the next one. Make sure to check out the submission form at the bottom of the post 🙂
Featured Woman 👩💻
Natasha is a wonderful soul and a curious foodie. She got into tech by seeing coding as a problem-solving challenge – which is the best way to describe it, I think! Follow this awesome girl to get a regular dose of her humour and positivity.
Valeria is celebrating representation for women in tech!
In her own words:
“I was featured in Google devs in their IWD.”
Jessica celebrated her birthday!
Happy Birthday, Jessica! It sounds like you’ve had a wonderful time with your lovely family and quarantine crew 😍 May this year bring you new opportunities to have an impact in this world, lots of happy moments and smiles!
Laurence got married!
Congratulations, Laurence! Here’s to an eternity of love, smiles, and partnership 🥂
Also, what a powerful move and a wonderful post. You are right, we can’t control the virus, but we can still control our actions.
Kim turned 27!
Happy Birthday, Kim! May this year bring you lots of joy, interesting projects and the feeling of fulfilment 🥰
Sarah reached 20k followers on Instagram!
Congratulations, Sarah! Thank you for continuing to spread your knowledge and creativity with the world 🥰 It’s incredibly empowering to see your science-inspired makeup and to learn in such a fun way!
Free Learning Materials – created and shared by Selen
“In this lockdown, we need to keep up with our studies :)”
10 Free Online Resources to Improve your Data Science Skills – created and shared by Virginia
“I made a list of 10 resources (online courses) that are totally free on data science-related areas!”
Coronavirus Science Updates – created by Samantha
Samantha’s content has always been incredibly interesting and valuable – and in these strange times, she is sharing information on the mysterious global pandemic. Follow her account for scientific updates on the topic!
Free Tools and Resources for Working from Home – created and shared by me 🙂
If you’d like to be more productive working from home, read my recent post and download my list of free tools and resources that can help 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 🙂