Last year I wrote about things I advocated that we can all do to further equality in tech. I still strongly suggest those, so check it out. (Link at the end).
This year, I'd rather give space to those in tech who have or do inspire me.
So, do yourself a favor and check out the work and content of these amazing humans, and leaders.
Coding Drag Queen Anna Lytical 🌈👩🏻💻👸🏻@theannalyticalCan't stop won't stop... cus I'm stuck in a while loop 😂
Dancing drag loop coding tutorial 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
vm.tiktok.com/7pADkN/16:32 PM - 24 Apr 2020
Kim Crayton ~ Antiracist Economist ~ She/Her ✊🏾@kimcrayton1ANNOUNCEMENT: I've added a Book Club to the Kim Crayton's Community Cafe @discord server
In celebration of Women's History Month, join us on March 27th from 11am - 1pm EST to discuss @IjeomaOluo's new book "Mediocre"
discord.gg/yPqnEuq5me15:12 PM - 25 Feb 2021
Sarah DrasnerFolks often ask what the future holds for tech and where the industry is headed. IMO, if you aren’t seeing how much tech is exploding in Nigeria, you’re not paying close enough attention.
Check out this State of the Octoverse report with some data!
octoverse.github.com19:55 PM - 06 Mar 2021