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I came across this nice post today by Michelle Redern;
It’s a letter to herself back as a 20 year old.
- Slow down to speed up.
- Being a rebel can be conforming.
- Ask more questions.
It does make me think about whether you should be going fast as a 20 year old and slower when you’re older. But maybe that’s just because it’s what I did. I do wish I said no to some things.
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Amazing stories here by Espree Devora.
The #womenintech Podcast is hosted by WeAreLATech’s Espree Devora and features inspiring Women in Tech from Engineers, Female Founders, Investors, UX and UI Designers, Journalists all sharing their story how they got to where they are today. The purpose of the show is for every listener to walk away feeling ‘If She Can Do It So Can I’. I call it “actionable empowerment”.
Here is a wonderful story about Jacqueline Sly “National Research Facility That Carries Out Robotic Space and Earth Science Missions”
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Who would like this book;
- Girls, women, females, ladies
- Young, teenagers, teens, middle-grade, young adult
- Who like computers, technology, programming, electronics, hardware, robots, robotics, engineering, STEM, STEAM, design.
- This book is one of the best birthday presents or Christmas gifts for girls
- It’s for girls into stem
- It’s about robot building
- It’s for strong girls, confident girls, out there girls, geeky girls, nerdy girls, different, brave girls
- This book suits middle school book reading kids aged 8, aged 9, aged 10, aged 11 and aged 12.
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Read some good interviews here;
A nice video showing some young women building robots.
It also highlights the commitment you need to make to put it in. You can start fast but it takes a long time to build something from scratch.
- More empathetic
- Less competitive, more collaborative
- More socially flexible
My kids love watching Battlebots. It’s a bit violent, but it does show good background on the teams. There are a number of women in the teams, but I haven’t yet seen an all-female team and not nearly enough team-leaders.
Lisa Winter is one of the participants I’ve seen a few times and seems to be a great ambassador for the show and women in technology.