Here's what you'll hear in the Season 1 finale:Low-cost ways to level up and remain life long learnersKeeping a mindset of innovationClutch self-care tips and corporate wellness tips A message for Black women on restingStaying away from spaces that don't affirm you
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In this week's episode, we talked to Angela Andrews about her career as a Systems Administrator and transitioning into a DevOps role.
Her receipts are long yall! This is my most technical and tenured guest so far. 20 years strong as a black woman in tech. Give her the roses. Here's what you'll hear:The importance of building on your skillsets as you move through your career to create your own laneHow learning how to code can help you in any job or discipline within the tech industry Becoming a master of many trades to build your personal tech stackHow to start teaching what you know and move into technical leadershipInfo on the Trilogy Bootcamp (new to me, but looks really worthwhile). They have bootcamps for coding and web development, UX/UI design, cybersecurity, and data science.
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This week's episode features Full Stack Developer, Mone’t. Here's what you'll hear:
A day in the life of a Jr. Full Stack Engineer
Review of the Thinkful Bootcamp and landing your first job after bootcamp
Canceling imposter syndrome and powering through a steep learning curve
Networking 101 for career transitioners and how Mone't transitioned from BA work to development work
The importance of crafting your story, pitching yourself, and personal branding
Why pairing as a new dev is clutch
Iterating to success and iterating to perfection
The exhaustion of always education white co-workers and when to decide not to
The importance of emotional awareness and protecting your peace
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This week we talked to Stephanie Ihezukwu on:Who the computer science life is for?Not waiting for a job to train you and self-learning insteadReactive jobs vs solution based jobs and project workHow to find a tech mentor without the awkwardness?Navigating your career as a team of one
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Its #TrillThursdays! This week I'm talking to founder Alicia Tetteh at the launch of her mobile app ATTUNE about being a non-technical founder, what that means, and how to overcome the challenges involved to get it done.
This week we talked to UX Designer, Kemberly Eliscar about monetizing your mind and skill set, knowing your value and showcasing your work, and thinking of yourself as an asset. She told us why you need to keep that "you need me energy" and why she's not "caping" for corporate American on their D & I initiatives. She let us know the Fourth Industrial Revolution is happening now.
This week's episode features Marketing Director, Tameka Vasquez. She talks to us about the benefits of following your curiosity, getting started in tech without a technology background, getting to the Director level as a black woman, and selecting the right conferences to go to and navigating networking at conferences.
This week's guest is none other than Brittney Ball from Skookum. She went from homeless to software engineer, mentor, teacher and Speaker in less than five years through tenacity, hard work and dedication.
The goal of Trill Tech Culture is to highlight black and brown women working in tech and their contributions to the industry. This podcast is the only weekly podcast dedicated to the advancement of black and brown women in the tech industry.