Sohini is a multi-passionate human with a heart of an explorer! She is constantly growing and learning new things, which you can tell by her social media. Follow this wonderful girl for a source of inspiration and to get her advice on how to navigate the tech industry! Follow Sohini on social media and learn about her story below! Instagram About Sohini I’m Sohini! I’m currently pursuing my Masters in Public Health and focusing on software. While studying, I’m working part-t
Vicky is an awesome human being and such an inspiration! She was drawn to technology for its almost magical powers and is almost entirely self-taught. She also creates incredibly valuable content and breaks down complex concepts into digestible and easy to understand videos. To sum up: you absolutely have to follow her! Follow Vicky on social media and learn about her story below! Instagram Linkedin YouTube Twitter Medium Blogs Linktree Website About Victoria Just a coder wit
To put things into context: A painting of Lord Byron Lord Byron is well known not only for his talent but also for his lifestyle. An article by BBC described the poet as: “mad, bad and dangerous to know“. In 1815 he married Annabella Milbanke. Their marriage was very unhappy. On the bright side, Annabella gave birth to Byron’s only biological child, Ada. The couple separated in 1816, a year after Ada was born. The poet, pressured by his affairs, debts and a failed marriage, l
The other day I saw an image on my Instagram feed that made me smile and nod uncontrollably. I was standing in front of a baggage carousel at a busy airport, so people around me may have started looking at me strangely.
I didn’t care though and went straight for the repost app to share this image with other people. Here it is: View this post on Instagram Very true! People won't understand this until they start coding themselves #Repost @codingface ・・・ Steve jobs quote 👍 #qu
We need diversity in programming if we want to solve complex and difficult problems. But diversity in this industry is seriously lacking. The more I research the gender gap in programming, the more passionate I get! Let’s take a look today at the history of programming and why men seem to dominate this field. Software as a woman’s job Grace Murray Hopper, c. 1960. Grace Brewster Murray: American mathematician and rear admiral in the U.S. Navy who was a pioneer in developing c