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Episode: https://www.womenwhocode.com/blog/career-nav-28-tech-career-progression-from-start-to-transition-and-beyond Video: https://youtu.be/hAYcZ7mpI6o Speakers Tammy Miller, Software Quality Assurance Tester / Business Analyst, Eagle Technologies, Inc. · Twitter: @dctechsista Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/developbitquality/ Deepali Chouhan, …
 
Episode Page: https://www.womenwhocode.com/blog/wwcode-career-nav-28-one-should-always-be-unfinished Video: https://youtu.be/4dDz3STtBrg Shrishti Vaish - Data Analyst at Numerator and Women Who Code Python Track Lead Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shrishti-vaish Twitter: @ShrishtiVaishBy Women Who Code
 
Mara Matosic, Product Strategist and Recovering Co-founder and Legacy Director of Women Who Code Mexico City, shares “Product Management in Web3.” She talks about her insights into how Web3 is changing the face of product management and how it allows for real-time feedback and interactions with users.…
 
Kelly Anlas, Engineering Manager at Twitter and a Woman Who Code NYC Director, shares, “Energize Your Virtual Meetings.” She discusses how bringing energy to meetings is strategic, proactive, and generous. She gives tips on engaging others and talks about the importance of contributing and receiving value in meetings.…
 
In this special edition of the Women Who Code Podcast, we have collected the most inspiring, insightful and important things that our guests have said over the past year. Women Who Code has accomplished so much as a community over the past twelve months. We’ve hosted more than 1,900 events, uploaded over 700 educational videos, and we’ve grown to a…
 
A career panel where you can learn about the various jobs that are available in the tech industry other than being a developer/engineer. Featuring our panelists: Phoebe Kim, Senior Manager for the Multi-Cloud Solutions Architecture (MCA) team at VMwareBohyun Kim, Product Line Manager at VMwareMarjorie Abdelkrime, Senior Leader Migration Success at …
 
Carol Rossborough, Co-founder and CEO of ESTHER, shares her talk, “How to Tackle Global Poverty with a Scalable Tech Movement.” She takes us on the journey of ESTHER from an idea to a global organization. She shares how they help people, especially women at a local level, and provide the tools to connect people with resources.…
 
Episode: https://www.womenwhocode.com/blog/conversations-69-jodi-loar-molly-devine-kelly-braud-the-impact-of-wwcode Video: https://youtu.be/GOU6NZWrlc8 Kelly Braud, Partnerships Development Manager Jodi Loar, Senior User Happiness Manager and Job Board Product Owner Molly Divine, Individual Giving Manager, all at Women Who Code…
 
Episode: https://www.womenwhocode.com/blog/conversations-68-craigslist-founder-craig-newmark-disruption-the-early-web Craig Newmark, Founder of Craigslist, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, and board member and advisor for dozens of organizations Tara Hernandez, Vice President of Developer Productivity Engineering at MongoDB and member of the board for…
 
Team: Recycle Ninja Maggie (Meichi) Yun - Product Manager, Recycle Ninja Maryam Almetnawy, Data Science Student @ AU Undine Leopold, Mathematics Ph.D. Nashmeyah Al-Rekabi, Software Engineer, Verex Imaging Corporation Project Details and Slides https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCb85-Ea4_g https://github.com/undineleopold/RecyclingHackathon https://re…
 
Jaclyn Brothers, Software Engineer at 100Devs, shares her experience with Women Who Code’s Hackathon for Good 2022. She shares her background and inspiration for her project, “Prep and Step.” She discusses the steps involved in building her demo and some challenges she faced along the way.By Women Who Code
 
Jesse Barnes, Software Engineer at InMoment and Women Who Code NYC Lead, and Stevie Palmateer, Sr. Director of Engineering at LeafLink, sit down for a fireside chat. They discuss engineering at LeafLink and current projects that Stevie’s team is responsible for. Stevie also shares their commitment to DEI being a priority in any company they work fo…
 
Anjali Menon, Solutions Consultant at AsiaPac and Leadership Fellow at Women Who Code , Runjhun Ratawal, Senior Lead at Women Who Code, and Sneha Saxena, Data Scientist at Grubhub and Data Science Lead at Women Who Code, share,”Statistics For Machine Learning.” They discuss descriptive and inferential statistics, when to use mean, median, or mode w…
 
Aishwarya Nair, Data Scientist at Trivago, shares her talk, “Social Media Feeds and Bias.” She shares her ideas as to what constitutes social media and discusses some differences in the motivations behind online ads. She also explains how following the crowd can change the type of ads you will see.By Women Who Code
 
Tara Hernandez, Vice President of Developer Productivity at MongoDB, board of directors for Women Who Code, and the founder of the Women Who Code podcast JL Lewitin, Senior Producer, Press and Digital Content for Women Who Code and the Women Who Code Podcast Kimberly Jacobs, Senior Communications Manager, Women Who Code, and recording producer of t…
 
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