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Repped In Tech | DOM Effects

Repped In Tech | DOM Effects

By Dr. Teresa Vasquez + Trinity Christiana

Development of Mind to help mentally prepare you for a career in tech with Dr. Teresa Vasquez (Dr. T) and Trinity Christiana.
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Finding Your Power as a Minority in Tech
Finding Your Power as a Minority in Tech
Come through as we hit the topic of being a minority in tech with Charnissa McKinney as a special guest.
38:21
November 04, 2022
Overcoming Anxiety and Perfectionism
Overcoming Anxiety and Perfectionism
In this episode, we take a look at some code and chat about the work we have done in overcoming perfectionism.   Special guest Rochelle Rossman provides insights to her journey with transitioning into tech.
35:08
October 28, 2022
Imposter Syndrome
Imposter Syndrome
Today we have Krima Patel and Trinity Christiana as we talk about what imposter syndrome means to each of us.   Link to study mentioned: https://www.forbes.com/sites/janicegassam/2022/10/04/new-study-finds-that-black-employees-are-penalized-for-self-promotion/?sh=45d231ef6d67 Imposter Syndrome Quiz: https://www.grammarly.com/blog/imposter-syndrome-quiz/ Website: https://drteresavasquez.com
44:56
October 21, 2022
Getting into tech is like buying a house
Getting into tech is like buying a house
Make sure you’re prepared for the work necessary for you to successfully enter tech
01:23
October 08, 2022
Micromanaging to get into tech
Micromanaging to get into tech
We need a PREPARED you in tech! Come on with it and get Prepped and Repped!
01:57
October 08, 2022
You have the pieces! Go build!
You have the pieces! Go build!
Software engineering 👩🏽‍💻 === puzzle building 🧩. If you have all the pieces available to you, you can build! Yes, it may take you more time if you’re rusty or have never done it before, but that’s the BEST part. Don’t compare yourself. You’ve got all the pieces! Go forth and build! 👷🏽‍♀️ #IAmIrreplaceable #beyourownhero #blacktechtwitter #blackwomencode #softwareengineering #building
03:04
January 03, 2022
Why having a hacker's mindset is a key to success
Why having a hacker's mindset is a key to success
Deciding to participate in a hackathon can be intimidating if you have never done one. Trust me, I know. However, there are so many rewarding things that come from participating no matter your level of experience. It can be a game changer for your career by getting you working with creative, innovative people you may have never had the chance to work with and will grow your abilities tremendously if you are willing to commit to the process. In this video, I share some tips I have learned from competing and winning hacks over the last 5 years. I hope you will try one soon! Shout out to my past teammates Trinity, Oluchi, Curtis, Hannah, Chiitra, Dan, Hemant, Ryan, Meg, Nick, Summer, Ankaj, Jeremy, Prafullata, and many more!
05:32
August 02, 2021
Interview with Chris Meffley, an engineering bootcamp student
Interview with Chris Meffley, an engineering bootcamp student
In this episode, Trinity interviews Chris Meffley. Chris is currently a bootcamp student with plenty of knowledge and tips to share.
03:55
July 13, 2021
Interview with Holly Parsons
Interview with Holly Parsons
In this episode, Trinity interviews Holly Parsons, an Engineering Bootcamp Student who is killing the game. Listen as she shares insights and the reasons for her success.
04:46
June 17, 2021
Why it is important to use and be a rubber duck
Why it is important to use and be a rubber duck
Y'all remember what Ernie said...Rubber ducky, you're the ONE! It is so important that we seek out other engineers to bounce ideas on and share our strategic and code related struggles with. It is equally as important to be a good rubber duck!
03:38
June 05, 2021
Why you shouldn’t ONLY play to your strengths when deciding on a career in tech.
Why you shouldn’t ONLY play to your strengths when deciding on a career in tech.
When we are facing a challenge or thinking about taking that first job as a new software engineer, we sometimes get caught in a cycle that brings about discontentment because we are told to focus on our strengths, but for those of us who are underrepresented in tech, those strengths aren't always aligned with what the industry deems a strength. In this video, I want to challenge only leaning on your strengths and encourage you to be your own version of great. You can do this!
03:14
May 28, 2021
Are you smart enough for a career in tech?
Are you smart enough for a career in tech?
Are you smart enough to have a career in tech? Uhhhh...smart can catch these hands because we NEED you in tech! And trust me, your being "smart" has nothing to do with your ability to succeed in this space, so stop putting that pressure on yourself. JUST DO YOU!
04:05
May 19, 2021
Why defining YOUR why is important when getting into tech
Why defining YOUR why is important when getting into tech
Hey, Hey! As more and more people are getting into tech, there are some things that you may want to think about for the future. In this video Trinity Christiana and I talk about: Why defining YOUR why is important when getting into tech.
02:49
May 07, 2021
Why you may not be learning in the first weeks of your software development bootcamp
Why you may not be learning in the first weeks of your software development bootcamp
A scarcity mindset can doom your career from the beginning while learning with abundance can help you find your own place in the software development world. Which will you choose?
03:18
May 02, 2021