As a woman in tech myself, I wanted to share my list of inspiring #WomenInTech Youtubers. I've done my best to arrange the channels in categories that I think best fit, with a brief bio based on the channel's about section, to make it easier to find the sort of channel you're looking for. I recommend checking ALL of these channels out at some point though, they're all great! I'll try to keep this list updated too, so if you have suggestions of anyone to watch, let me know!
👩🏫 Tutorials / Tips & Tricks
- Self Teach Me - Tutorials about web development topics
- Blondiebytes - Start learning how to code right now. I make new programming tutorials (almost) every week :)
- Coder Coder - Practical tips for the beginner web developer.
- Estefannie Explains It All - Programming! Electronics! Computer Science! I DON'T KNOW WHY I AM YELLING
👩 Career and Life Talk
- Mayuko - Mayuko Inoue is a content creator and Software Engineer. After working in Silicon Valley tech companies like Intuit, Patreon, and Netflix for six years as an iOS Engineer, she became a full-time creator in 2020. Her work aims to help people find their way through the tech industry by sharing her own experiences navigating this world through technology, career advice, and lifestyle videos. She is passionate about discussions around mental health, cultural identity, and creating technology with empathy and compassion.
- Tiff In Tech - Tiffany is a software developer who started her career in the modeling & fashion industry. Through sharing her day to day life, she has built a loyal audience that engages with her in tech, fashion, business and many other areas of everyday lifestyle.
- nicole . young - As a black woman working in tech, I have experienced both the good and bad of this rapidly growing and less than inclusive industry. My experiences have sparked a passion in me to learn more about tech equity and accessibility. I want to do what I can to bring more diversity into tech and prove to young people that anyone can get into the industry and be successful with a little hard work and the right strategy.
- Coding Blonde - Coding Blonde’s mission is to empower women in tech to live their lives on their terms. Here you will find career advice, inspiring stories, posts about personal development, actionable side-hustle tips, life design inspiration and, most importantly, a supportive community of other women who are going through this experience with you at this moment.
- Vicky Mei - Just a coder with a camera. I came from an none-traditional coding background, currently a software engineer in NYC, and I am EXTREMELY obsessed with helping you grow your career in tech. oh, I also love vlogging with engineering content, follow me along!
- Chunbuns - Hello! I'm Christine Chun, a product designer living in San Francisco who owns too many beauty products.
- The Come Up - Hey! I'm Bukola. Welcome to the come up, I'm a software engineer living in NYC, and on my channel, I provide tips for people interested in entering tech!
- Sydney Buckner - I'm a Software Engineer living in the Midwest. By day, I grumble and make faces at my code. By night, I am grumbling at the faces I make in my videos about my tech career, lifestyle, and unsolicited advice.
💻 Tech Reviews / Unboxings / Hardware
- Tech Me Out - Everything technology. From product reviews, unboxings, top apps to download for Android AND iOS, and vlogs.
- iJustine - Tech, video games, failed cooking attempts, vlogs and more!
- EricaGriffin - I’m Erica the Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff. “Insanely in-depth” is my style. I make video reviews about smartphones, laptops, tablets, and more. My viewers get to see what a device is like before they buy it, and I offer comparisons between similar devices to help them make informed decisions.
- Sara Dietschy - Rhymes with peachy. Upload 1-2 videos every week! Tech, Creativity, Vlogs, Documentary, Reviews / How-To & Entrepreneurship.
Top comments (2)
One glaring omission: MobileTechReview. Lisa is the gold standard in the device review genre. Exceptionally well informed, informative, and no frills or gimmicks. So many channels in the "tech review" field feel like promos; Lisa consistently turns out detailed, focused and fair-minded reviews.
I never realized how good of an editor Justine was until I saw her on a showdown on Linus's Channel