LetsTalkDeveloperNov 23, 2021
Empowering Tech Communities: An Inspiring Journey with Sumaiya
In this episode of Let'sTalkDeveloper, we sit down with Sumaiya, a community builder, tech vlogger, and Women Techmakers ambassador. Sumaiya shares her inspiring journey in tech and her passion for building inclusive and welcoming communities. She talks about her experiences as a speaker, thought leader, and advocate for diversity and inclusion in tech. Sumaiya's insights and advice on community building and empowering women in tech are sure to inspire and motivate our listeners. Don't miss this empowering episode!
Diversity and Inclusion in Tech: Sumaiya's Thoughts on Women Representation and Progress
In this video, Sumaiya shares her thoughts and experiences on the topic of diversity and inclusion in the tech industry, with a particular focus on women's representation and progress. She discusses the challenges that women often face in tech, including bias, stereotypes, and lack of representation, and offers insights on how to overcome these obstacles. Sumaiya also highlights the importance of creating a more diverse and inclusive tech community and shares her vision for a future where everyone, regardless of gender, race, or background, can thrive in the tech industry.
A Talk with Maureen Josephine, first Flutter Female GDE in SSA and Founder Flutter Kisumu
Maureen Josephine is a Software Engineer with experience in Flutter and Dart. She is also the first Flutter Female GDE in both Kenya and Sub-Saharan Africa. She has a passion for community development and sharing knowledge through this she has been able to start Flutter Kisumu and also has been selected as Women Tech Ambassador a google program.
Through this role, she has been able to champion women across Kenya and Africa helping them get resources to help them learn and get started in tech. To be updated about what she is up to, follow her on her socials below:
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A Chat with Lead UI/UX Nairobi (Anthony) on how To Get Started with UI/UX Design
In this episode, we will be talking to Anthony Njoroge who is a UX Designer and also the lead of UI/UX Nairobi. He is going to share how to get started and how to venture into the Design career and make not only a brand but also a living in it.
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A Talk with Pratham, A Python & ML Developer also an Influencer on Twitter Tech Space.
In this episode, we talk with Pratham, who is a Python & ML Developer rocking it in the twitter Tech space by promoting and twitting about machine learning, and math, by creating tweets that are simple for everyone to understand.
He is in Highschool and also taking an internship program at AICrowd, working on documentation regarding machine learning. He joins us to share his story, his journey how he began, and what really aspired him into becoming a developer. He also shares secrets about how he managed to pull such a greater audience on Twitter in under one year.
Tune in and listen to his story hope you leave inspired by his story. ❤
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Twitter 'FLEETS' are no more, What happened to the feature?
Twitter only came up with its version of stories in late 2020, it's when they introduced Fleets.
Fast forward to the 3rd of August 2021, only eight months later,
Twitter is calling it a day and shutting down Fleets. Actually, this is what they tweeted and I Quote
we're removing Fleets on August 3, working on some new stuff
we're sorry or you're welcome
A Talk with Harun Mbaabu, Founder of Lux Tech Academy and DataFest EA
In this episode, we talk with Harun, the founder of Lux Tech Academy, one of Kenya's fastest-growing Tech organizations. He shares his thought on African Developers and how they can improve to be competible in the market. He shares his journey and the future he has in store for the African Developer community.
He gets to share his experience at the London JS City conference which happened this year.
Tune in to learn more about struggles in the field and how to overcome them.