Chloe Condon is inspiring women in tech to change the ratio. Chloe came into tech from the theatre world, changing the Dev Evangelist game. She's here to pass along advice on how to conquer the fear of public speaking and how to advocate for yourself when looking for jobs. This is her story. Follow: @ChloeCondon Listen: http://hyperurl.co/DremeTeme
The master himself, Gene Chorba, has joined me to talk about hackathoning and using the skills learned at these events in the real world. He discusses organizing professional hackathons and collegiate hackathons. Listen to Gene share his knowledge this week on Dreme Teme: Origins. Follow: @gchorba Listen: http://hyperurl.co/DremeTeme
Matt Langlois is living his best life, working his dream job at Github. How did he get there? Matt shares tips on how to get your resume seen by more recruiters which leads to more internships and more job offers. This is his story. You can follow on Twitter: @fletchto99
Hackcon VI just happened at Pocono Springs Camp! I got to chat with some of the attendees: Tony, Andrea (and MLH Coach), Corbin, and Deepraj! Listen to their Hackcon adventure and I'll see you at Hackcon VII! (This episode was not sponsored and has no relation to Major League Hacking)
Angelo Saraceno is a full-stack wizard. He can move from designing, to developing, and then pitching a project seamlessly. This week, Angelo is giving tips on how to combat imposter syndrome and sharing what it means to him to belong in tech. This is his story. You can follow Angelo on Twitter: @ndneighbor
Emily Griffin is a freelance illustrator and a senior stylist for Stitch Fix. She just started her journey into tech, learning to code through an online class! I got to chat with her during her first week of class. This is her story. Twitter: @emilywithcurls
Augusta Ada King-Noel, Countess of Lovelace was a wife, mother, mathematician, and the world's first computer programmer. She published the first computer program in an article and set of notes focusing on Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine. This is her story.
Kevin Lewis is a student at Goldsmiths University in London, UK. Kevin runs a startup called Underland that runs events, puts on no-nonsense workshops, and develops projects in-house for clients. This is his story. Check out Underland's next event You Got This! at yougotthis.io Check out Underland's company website at underland.xyz Follow Underland on Twitter at @Underlandxyz and Kevin at @_phzn
Jeremiah Lantzer is a software engineer and a student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. As well as an amazing friend, he's one of the original members of the Dreme Teme. This is his story. You can follow Jeremiah on Twitter: @Jovl_
My name is Kelly Mahoney and you're listening to my new podcast about the amazing people I've met in tech, figuring how they got there and what they think about all of it. This is my story.
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