Building Community and Celebrating Women in Tech: We’re in it together

We've seen a shift in what the traditional notion of success looks like. For many, it's not defined by a title, promotion or securing the corner office. The definition of success is expanding to include things like building a great team, establishing a side hustle or finding the perfect work/life balance. As a way to determine what success means to you, we’re asking our members, “What are you in it for?” For me, I’ve been fortunate enough to have mentors play an important role in pushing me...

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I Became a Web Developer Despite Others Telling Me I Couldn’t

“You can’t be a programmer. You’re too creative.” Christine Beaubrun, a web developer at Crew, heard this from two different people when she first contemplated a career in tech. Here's how she managed to prove them wrong by joining a software engineering program and landing her current job.

I’m an AI Researcher at Facebook—Here’s What I Actually Do Every Day

Angela Fan—an artificial intelligence researcher at Facebook—is aware that most people don’t really understand what AI is, let alone what she does at work every day. Here's how she landed her job, including transferring teams from data science, and what she does on a daily basis.

20 Interview Questions Every Data Scientist Should Be Ready to Answer

Data science is one of the most in-demand jobs today. In addition to the usual "Tell me about yourself" elevator pitch, your cultural, experiential, and technical vocabulary should be on point, too. Here are 20 common questions you should be prepared to answer in an interview.

This Is How I Went From Being a Teacher to a UX Designer

Eva Penzeymoog—now a UX designer at 8th Light—never thought she’d end up in tech. She always thought she’d become a teacher, and that’s exactly where her career started. Here's how she made the switch by taking an immersive UX design class.

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Enrolling in a Coding Bootcamp

Quitting your current job, possibly moving, and coming up with the cash to pay for tuition and other expenses is no small thing. Before making a commitment to going the coding bootcamp route, here are four main questions you should ask yourself.

5 Tips That’ll Help You Become a Better Code Reviewer Today

Junior software engineers may be thrown into code reviewing with an assumption analogous to “you know how to read a book so you know how to write a book, which is not true.” There are expectations for code reviewing, and the process can be nerve-racking. Here are some tips to get you started.

5 Tips That’ll Help You Become a Better Code Reviewer Today

Junior software engineers may be thrown into code reviewing with an assumption analogous to “you know how to read a book so you know how to write a book, which is not true.” There are expectations for code reviewing, and the process can be nerve-racking. Here are some tips to get you started.

5 Tips That’ll Help You Become a Better Code Reviewer Today

Junior software engineers may be thrown into code reviewing with an assumption analogous to “you know how to read a book so you know how to write a book, which is not true.” There are expectations for code reviewing, and the process can be nerve-racking. Here are some tips to get you started.

I’m a Software Engineer Who Majored in Psychology and English

Here's how software engineer Neely Kartha went from various college majors to her current field (and what she learned along the way).