This Ted Talk resonates a lot with me, especially when Reshma starts talking about how girls react to learning code. I frequently even now, 2 years into my career in code, will just delete lines and lines of code that sort of work, but am too embarrassed to show. Coding is a massive love/hate relationship,
Image is superficial. One of the lines in Cameron Russell's Ted Talk that really hit home. I've spoken before about living a #LifeUnfiltered, yet still catch myself filtering it. Cameron's talk is honest and definitely thought provoking. The contrasting images of the construction of her during a shoot, versus her with friends relaxing is stark.
I cried when I finished this book. 1am, after starting and finishing the book in a day. Malala is nothing short of an inspiration. Could not agree more with the sentiment that every girl has the right to education. It might be through during an engineering degree and a technology job that I notice the
My main observation from doing an engineering degree, there is not many girls at all. 10 on my Bachelor's and 4 on my Master's. Needless to say I stand out with my blonde hair and hot pink glasses. If you say the words code or technology to people, they tend to envisage guys with long greasy