Top Blogs Young Women In Technology Should Follow
- DevOps တွင် Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) အသုံးပြုနည်း နှင့် အလိုအလျောက်(Automate) လုပ်နည်း
- ကွန်ပျူတာသုံးသူများအတွက် မျက်လုံးကာကွယ်နည်းများ
- OnePlus ကင်မရာများအဆင့်မြင့်ထုတ်လုပ်ရန် Leica နှင့်အတူလက်တွဲလုပ်ကိုင်
- နိုင်ငံတကာရုံတင်ပြီး Box office အခြေအနေသိပ်မကောင်းတဲ့ Wonder Woman 1984
- ကယ်လီဖိုးနီးယားရှိ Apple Store ဆိုင် ၅၃ ဆိုင်နှင့် လန်ဒန်ရှိ Apple ဆိုင်များခေတ္တပိတ်သိမ်း
As a communications student living in the dawn of the internet, I inherently turn to blogs as a medium for exploration, education, and inspiration. Similar to the experience of wandering a garden, like many digital media enthusiasts, I find myself lost to the internet daily.
However, on my journey from communications to code, I found it difficult to find bloggers that were able to successfully merge technology and communications.
Below is a list of blogs I’ve found over the years by young women in technology whose abuse of Instagram stories won’t make you cringe. Before reading ahead be warned that although it’s ok to admire bloggers for their success, remember that one cannot be an individual without imperfection or obtain success without struggle.
1. Laura Medalia, @codergirl_
When she isn’t showing off her favorite new ironic tech t-shirt, Laura is documenting her experience as a software engineer in New York. Laura’s blog is evidence that technology can be creative, cross-disciplinary, and fun.
2. Google, Made with Code
Since I discovered Made with Code by Google two years ago, I haven’t stopped admiring it since. Although the blog is aimed at girls in middle school and high school, their content is always beautiful, inspiring, and useful.
3. Mayuko, hellomayuko
There is nothing I love more than a good youtube video, so when I discovered Mayuko’s youtube channel I immediately disregarded all my work to watch all of her videos. Mayuko is a senior iOS Engineer at Patreon, who has gracefully mastered the art of the vlog in her spare time.
People with Laptops is the Humans of New York for technologists. The account features a diverse group of individuals and their laptop, accompanied by a mini story.
6. Tamara Johanna, @tamarajohanna_
Tamara Johanna is a Senior Salesforce Marketing Cloud Campaign Manager at Salesforce. I love Tamara’s content because she is not narcissistic like most other bloggers (all the pictures aren’t of her). Her content is authentic and encourages followers to live a healthy lifestyle.
7. Sasha Tran, @sasha.codes
A mix of beautiful CSS animations and artsy laptop pictures, this blog is perfect for aspiring designers and front-end developers.
8. Lori-Lee Emshey, @lorilee.emshey
Lori-Lee is the co-founder of an AR startup, who appears to be a work-life balance master. This account is for anyone who loves fitness, AR/VR, and travel.
9. Adrienne Tacke, @adrienne.tacke
Adrienne Tacke, a Software Developer at DebTrader, is a great resource for aspiring engineers. Every week she posts pictures answering her user’s questions about her career, technologies she uses, and other questions about her journey as a Filipina woman in technology.
I’m not a huge fan of tech ladies because I think their content is bland and monotonous, but if you like inspirational quotes and pictures of random celebrities this is the account for you.