I have found other STEAM advocates
I learned more about an unconference, learned more about other women and their jobs
I feel more confident about being a woman in Tech. I also feel much more prepared to transfer from university to industry
I will be getting a twitter handle/ research a basic income / insist more people come next year
I am motivated to find ways to learn new subjects via social situations
I’m more confident in my life choices & am inspired to make my side project a priority again
I will pursue validation side products while maintaining work-life balance and I’ll be sure to take jobs I like and shop around, not just stick with the first job I manage to land. And I’ll look for freelance jobs.
I’m jazzed to get back into my projects & restart my team treehouse learning
I feel motivated and empowered to learn a new programming language and read some new books!
I have some strategies for feeling comfortable with who I am. I realize I am not alone in my struggles and I am strengthened.
I will NEVER connect to public wifi. I will also get a twitter account.
I feel more confident in my ability to find a company that I will want to work for. (one that will be win-win)
I will fit in @ a job I like in STEM
I am inspired to take a class on basic computing. My interest in data visualization was jump started
I have some strategies for dealing with the crying issue at work.