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Learning to Code After Having a Baby. Meet Vanessa Wang.

May 1st, 2019

Welcome to our interview series, where we introduce you to developers of all levels from all walks of life. Prepare to be inspired! Today we will meet Vanessa Wang, a civil engineer who became a technical writer, then a mama, and now a developer! After wanting to be a developer for a long time, her … Read More

Student. Blogger. Developer. Meet Mel Moore.

Apr 24th, 2019

Welcome to our interview series, where we introduce you to developers of all levels from all walks of life. Prepare to be inspired! Meet Mel Moore, a software engineering student at the University of Indianapolis. She shares with us the important role mentorship has played in her journey, and you will be wowed by her … Read More

Wife. Mom. Developer. Meet Diane Serra

Apr 17th, 2019

Welcome to our interview series, where we introduce you to developers of all levels from all walks of life. Prepare to be inspired! Today we will meet Diane Serra, a freelance developer from San Diego, California. Keep reading to see how Diane balances family and freelancing! What’s your job? What’s your day-to-day like? I am … Read More

Women-Only Coding Bootcamps 2019

Apr 9th, 2019

“You can’t be what you can’t see”. Chances are, you might not know other women who are learning to code or want to become a developer. You need all the support that you can get when you make a career change, so check out the women-only or gender-diverse programs below for supportive environments with plenty … Read More

In-Person Coding Bootcamps under $9k USD – 2019

Apr 7th, 2019

Going to a great coding bootcamp is the fastest way to become a developer. However, most come with a hefty price tag, but it doesn’t have to be this way! There are high-quality and affordable options out there for a 10-week (or longer) program, and there’s even one where you get to stay in Bali … Read More

How an All-Women Team Won a 21-Day Coding Challenge

Nov 15th, 2018

In October, Lighthouse Labs ran a 21-Day JavaScript coding challenge. When I saw that the winning team will be featured on the Lighthouse Labs blog, I decided to create a team for my Women in Web Development Facebook group. I wanted to put female developers on the map! We won the Overall Leaderboard with 638 … Read More

Why I’m Learning Blockchain Development

May 21st, 2018

I’m starting a part-time Blockchain Development course in a few days at Lighthouse Labs. If you don’t know what blockchain development is, Lifehacker has a beginner-friendly intro. I have to confess that I feel like I don’t know much about this space: I don’t invest in bitcoin or any cryptocurrency. I’ve never built a blockchain app. … Read More

Interview with Lori Tillery, Senior Developer

Jan 4th, 2018

Lori has a rich work experience in tech, from maintaining hardware in the navy to developing software for Cisco and now for her own company as a digital nomad. I met Lori during Hacker Paradise in Chiang Mai. Hacker Paradise is a work-travel group that brings together creative people to a different destination every 4-6 … Read More

Hi, I'm Jenny. I'm a developer with 3 years of experience. Welcome to the most supportive community for female developers!



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