Once that hard work was done, it's time to have a bit of fun and follow some rad people on Twitter and DEV. Here's a few people I love to see when I get online.
A senior dev advocate at AWS and fantastic developer/educator/creator, Ali is one of those people who teaches me something every time I look at her work
Kat's acerbic wit has made me laugh more times than I can count. They also make cool Python stuff and encourage us all to do the actual work to make tech more inclusive
Aisha can't seem to stop building community wherever she goes. A dev rel person at New Relic, Aisha is organizing multiple conferences, streaming, and making cool nerdy stuff constantly.
Aisha BlakeA reminder that it DOES NOT MATTER if you hire more Black people if you don’t ALSO have the tools and culture to support them. They’ll either suffer through it until they find something better or, if they can, leave when they realize you care more about perception than people.17:20 PM - 03 Jun 2020
Helen knows so much, and does so much to share it. A data hero at AWS, she also does the work to promote others and help the tech community.
I would be so pleased to half the energy and insight that Anna has. An engineer and YouTuber, just watching one of her videos gives me the energy to start a new project.
Anna McDougall🔥It's here! My responses to 14 community questions about finding a job in tech in Germany! 🇩🇪
- Finding jobs
- Speaking German
- Changing careers
- Red flags
- Expected salary
I hope it's useful: comments welcome!❤️13:38 PM - 25 Feb 2021