Inspirational Women in STEM | Sophie Germain

In honour of International Women's Day today, I wanted to return to "Inspirational Women in STEM", a series of blog posts I began writing to celebrate women in STEM history. The women I've written about so far are people who have made significant contributions in their areas in STEM, while battling the gender (and some …

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Celebrating 4 Years as a Developer | What I’ve Learnt

Happy dev-versary to me! Not only have we finally reached the weekend, today marks the 4th year anniversary of my career in tech! I started my first job as a junior frontend developer on 19th October 2015 and looking back, I've grown and learnt so much over the last 4 years of being a developer. …

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4 Tips for Dealing with Impostor Syndrome

Happy Friday all! I was inspired to write this post after an interesting conversation I had with a friend about stress at work, where the topic of “Impostor Syndrome” came up. Simply put, impostor syndrome is the belief that you're not good enough: if you find yourself doubting your accomplishments, lacking confidence in yourself alongside …

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Inspirational Women in Stem | Ada Lovelace

Happy Ada Lovelace Day! For those of you who might not be familiar with what today represents, Ada Lovelace Day is a celebration of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). The reason this day is named after her, is because she's considered the world's first computer programmer, a title that is extraordinary in …

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