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#WomanInTech — Senior Engineer at BCG Digital Ventures — General Assembly London Alumna
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I’m no longer ashamed of the fact that I first came to learn to code at the darkest point in my life.

For other people, perhaps going through similarly dark times, pandemic related or otherwise, I wanted to share how learning to code pulled me out of a difficult place.

Frequent Small Wins


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Web accessibility is important. (If you don’t believe me I wrote this blog post to convince you!) Here are 5 simple checks that there are no excuses for not doing. Do not push to production until you can check off every one of these!

1. Look at the HTML of your page

Are the headings in the correct order?


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Experience is as valuable as knowledge — it takes time


¡Lo hiciste!



1. Remember that women work in tech too

Charlotte Qazi

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