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Our Pick of Female Tech Content Creators

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ARTICLE SUMMARY

There are some brilliant female content creators in the tech space, but we always want to see more! Creating blogs, video and social media is a great way of building a personal brand, inspiring and empowering other women in tech.

We pulled together our pick of some great women from our archives and beyond to give them the recognition they deserve.

Ellen Macpherson

Ellen Macpherson 

Ellen is one of our most recent contributors, with these brilliantly valuable tips for interviewing remotely, having recently relocated from the UK to Australia to work as a Consultant Software Developer.  

On her Medium channel, Ellen shares a mix of content around tech, diversity and career development. You can also follow her on Twitter and Linkedin

Keri Savoca 

Keri Savoca 

Senior Technical Writer for Tapad, Keri shares content regularly on her Medium channel. You’ll find a real diversity of topics with Keri’s writing; from working remotely and politics to more technical content via Coding in Simple English and Diary of an SRE both of which she’s editor.  

You can also have a read of Keri’s blog on programming languages, which we shared on our blog: https://shecancode.io/blog/which-programming-language-should-i-learn-first

If you’re into all things devops, definitely check out Diary of an SRE, where she talks about being a Site Reliability Engineer. You can also follow Keri on Linkedin.  

Evelina Judeikyte 

Evelina Judeikyte 

A Business Intelligence Analyst, Evelina is also a Data Visualisation specialist. Earlier this year, we shared her blog on how she learned Data Viz in just a year: https://shecancode.io/blog/i-learned-data-viz-in-a-year-and-you-can-too

What’s more, Evelina has – as you can imagine – a very well designed website that features the content she regularly produces. For example, she has recently create a data visualisation of the situation of Female Genital Mutilation in Tanzania.  

Follow her website blog  and her Twitter for her thoughts on Data Viz, sharing other peers’ work and her own blogs and data visualisations about various topics.  

Ilona Codes

Ilona Codes

After a number of years working as a Front End Developer, Ilona became Co-Founder of Foundsiders.  

We shared this blog of hers, which tells that story: https://shecancode.io/blog/quit-my-job-now-a-product-maker-full-time 

Much of their blog content is created by Ilona – covering topics such as Product Designleadership and running a business. On her own Medium channel she has regularly content around similar topics, as well as more tech focused articles and more recently with a focus on sharing investment knowledge with developers.  

You can find more content from Ilona on her website, her Linkedin and her Twitter.  

Joanna Gaudyn 

Joanna Gaudyn 

Joanna used to be a literary critic. During a short stint working as a Store Manager she made a big decision to transition into coding. You can read her full story and advice on how to do it here: https://shecancode.io/blog/how-to-turn-a-literary-critic-into-a-programmer

She has written many blogs on transitioning into tech, coding bootcamps as well as more technical pieces about the coding languages. Now Country Director for LeWagon she uses her Linkedin platform to share updates for people and women in particular, who are thinking about getting into tech.  

Hajar Khizou 

Hajar Khizou 

Hajar is a freelance Data Scientist. She uses her Medium platform to write and share content about the role of Big Data and AI in business and society, her journey into the world of Data Science and most recently – Inclusion and diversity in Academia and Industry in AI: https://shecancode.io/blog/are-women-crushing-the-gender-gap-in-data-science-and-related-fields

You can also follow Hajar on Twitter and Linkedin

Temi Olukoko 

Temi Olukoko 

The first content we shared from Temi was a wonderfully technical blog, about her experience of React Native App for a hackathon in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as a JavaScript beginner. You can read it here: https://shecancode.io/blog/how-i-built-a-react-native-app-for-a-hackathon-in-response-to-the-covid-19-pandemic-as-a-javascript-beginner

 Temi has very recently completed the #100daysofcode challenge and she has shared some valuable content about this. She’s very active on Instagram, where she points you to her other channels, such as Medium and Youtube as well as useful coding tips and tricks on her actual Instagram page. Follow her on Linkedin to see what she gets up to in her career, too.  

Natasha Mulla

Natasha Mulla 

Natasha is a London based Software Engineer at Super Awesome – and according to her Linkedin profile – “with a love of using the powers of technology to help the greater good”. She has recently been featured on Super Awesome’s blog: https://medium.com/superawesome-engineering/women-in-tech-an-interview-with-natasha-mulla-software-engineer-at-superawesome-22028fd886f0 

Natasha uses her own Medium channel to share content about events and hackathons she’s participated in, writing about the importance of women in tech and advice for ways to develop as a Software Engineer.  

Earlier this year, we shared her brilliant blog on this topic: https://shecancode.io/blog/key-ways-to-grow-as-a-software-engineer

Jana Bergant 

Jana Bergant 

Jana is a very regular content creator. If you’re looking for technical content on Deno, chatbots, software development and more – make sure to follow her Medium channel. Beyond this, she writes about broader topics like leadership, remote working, imposter syndrome. There’s lots to get stuck into. 

We particularly enjoyed this blog: https://shecancode.io/blog/how-to-become-a-better-programmer-by-discovering-your-strengths

She also uses her Youtube channel to share tutorial content, helping people to develop their software development skills.  

Anjali Viramgama 

Anjali Viramgama 

If you’re currently studying tech, doing an internship or looking to get into tech – make sure to follow Anjali. She is currently a Software Engineering Intern at Facebook.  

Want to read her tips on successful getting that internship? Read this: https://shecancode.io/blog/nailing-the-software-developer-intern-interview-at-facebook

Follow Anjali on Linkedin to see her opinions and commentary on getting into tech as well as the web events she’s appearing in. Her Medium channel hosts content on making the most of events, building a great CV and technical coding content.  

Clementine Pirlot 

Clementine Pirlot 

Clementine is a Toronto based Software Developer. Her most recent content a is a brilliant three part series on how to make an interactive slack app.  

Her Medium channel is also home to more technical content, alongside some more personal content about being diagnosed with autism and sexism in the tech industry. Her website is also home to a brilliant guide that she has put together on recruiting diverse talent into tech.  

Nnenna Ndukwe 

Nnenna Ndukwe 

A Software Engineer at O’Reilly Media – Nnenna shares her content across MediumLinkedinTwitter and Youtube. She writes articles about coding, shares tutorials on Youtube and has written blogs about her journey into tech, such as this one featured in codeburst.io. You can find out all about her projects, educating and volunteering in tech at her website.  

 

 

 

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