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“If the goal is to produce a female version of Mark (or Steve, Jeff, Elon, etc.)… it’s going to take change on many levels. Teaching women how to code isn’t enough.”
In the beginning, be it a line of code each morning, or a short blog post a week, start with the smallest step possible.
By Michelle Sun (Software Engineer, Buffer)
Recently, I have found myself scaling down consuming and scaling up on creating. The mobile era has brought to us unparamounted convenience in accessing information. We can read, share, and save content on the go, always connecting, self-documenting.
Since moving to San Francisco, due to the costly iPhone plan, I switched to an Android phone and an AT&T phone plan, which consistently ran out of credit amongst other frustrations. It turns out to be a blessing in disguise; I have massively scaled down
I love the challenges of pair programming — knowing when to stop for direction, when to brazenly code on, and when to take breaks.
By Annie Chang (Student, Hackbright Academy)
Time flies when you’re having fun, and we’re almost 20% done with the Hackbright Academy program. I like to think that my glass is 80% full, and I’m looking forward to emerging from my chrysalis as a coder.
Our homework from last weekend included setting up our GitHub accounts. We learned how to create local repositories, commit, push, and fork!