So, here it goes. I can officially no longer call myself a student. I am now an employed young professional working in technology for a bank. The next 6 weeks consist of inductions to the bank and a 5 week tech bootcamp learning Java. No doubt the next few weeks will be both exciting/nerve wrecking/tiring/filled
The masterclass did not disappoint. Beyond the glass of bubbly at the start and the goodie bag packed full of new products, the class was really insightful and one of a view talks I have ever fully paid attention too. I managed to write over 6 pages of notes potentially more than I ever wrote
Twitter, love it or hate it the social media has changed the way in which we all share and receive information. Biz recollects the highs and lows of creating twitter, from choosing to leave Google and continue on his idea which everyone thought was nuts. He also spins his thoughts on high school and leadership.
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
My new year's resolution was to start a 101 in 1001. I found the timescale and number of things and goals to be really appealing, especially given the point I am at in education. In May, I will sit my final masters exams, followed by my dissertation deadline in September and starting my graduate job