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DEV STORIES: ANNA’S JOURNEY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND AI

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DEV STORIES: ANNA’S JOURNEY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND AI

    Young German student Anna was indecisive about what course she wanted to take. But coding applications nowadays encompasses almost every field, and learning how to code is easy enough that children as young as four and old ladies as old as 81 are able to code.   The rise of personal computers such as the Apple and the BASIC programming language in the 80s, encouraged many children to learn coding through typed programs that came with books and manuals. Coding was also widely taught in schools. Fast-forward to today where the Raspberry Pi foundation launched the inexpensive Raspberry...


DEV STORIES: Angelina's Journey into the Software Engineering Industry!

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DEV STORIES: Angelina's Journey into the Software Engineering Industry!

  We're back with another DEV story and this time we talked to Angelina (@vngl ) a software engineer at Amazon  and the Creator of the Angelina Tran YouTube channel - a space where women (in tech) can find content that is relatable, informative, and insightful. We find it important to share such stories because software engineering is a growing field with many opportunities for women, but many of them are lacking in direction. Often, they simply don't know where to begin. Some careers have a linear path of a degree -> certifications -> job, but others do not. We hope...


We Talk to Student Programmer Tessa!

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We Talk to Student Programmer Tessa!

  As part of our 'Developer Stories ' series, we talked to Industrial Engineering and Information Technology Student, Tessa (@tickxit). Tessa is studying at the University of Ghent, in Belgium, and wanted to share with us her story and some tips and tricks for those looking to join the industry. Let's take a look.    What’s your favorite programming language and why?  My favorite programming language is Python, because it's easy to learn, but also very powerful. I started teaching myself Python when I was around 16 years old and learned more about it last year at University.    What resources do you use (outside of university) to...