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April 25 · Issue #5 · View online
A newsletter for underrepresented coders

Hey all,
🎉 It’s been 3 years since I started this newsletter! It started with a 100 people and it has slowly grown over the years. I told myself that even if one person reads this, I’ll keep going.
You saw me through several miscarriages, pregnancy and eventually becoming a mom. You even stayed back when I took long breaks to deal with life.
You’ve also been the inspiration behind Diversify Tech. It’s just getting started but I’m excited to see where it goes.
Thank you all for your support ❤️.
💁🏽‍♀️ In other news, we have a new avatar for the newsletter. This is thanks to María Espí. I highly recommend her if you need illustrations done.
Cheers,
Happy coding!

🎉 Get Inspired
The Technologists in the Studio: Nettrice Gaskins highlights the connections between communities, cultures, arts, and STEM — Wogrammer The Technologists in the Studio: Nettrice Gaskins highlights the connections between communities, cultures, arts, and STEM — Wogrammer
🙏 Words of Wisdom
Kedasha 🤸🏽‍♀️ on Twitter
Erin 🦁 on Twitter
🖥️ Resources on Coding
Learning About the Fundamentals of Good Code Learning About the Fundamentals of Good Code
Help Me, Help You (Debugging Tips Before Seeking Help)
Design for Non-Designers
Writing Good Source Control Commit Messages
Deep dive: How do React hooks really work?
Creating Monthly Recurring Subscriptions in Stripe using Node.js
Get Started With Django: Build a Portfolio App
Accelerate Your Learning of AWS Basics and Best Practices by Using It
📝 Career
3 Mistakes New Programmers Make 3 Mistakes New Programmers Make
How To Rock Your First Tech Talk
35 Top Angular 7 Interview Questions To Crack in 2019
☕ Interesting Reads
Coding without code with Joanna Smith
Resources & Opportunities
Women in Linux - A Community For Women in Linux
Designing a Human-Centered Blockchain
Scholarships for Go Canada, JBCNConf and React Loop are due soon!
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