Discovering my place in the tech community has made such a positive impact in every aspect of my life. Since getting involved in these communities, I've gained the confidence to pursue my dreams of working in the tech world! Community is everything. Need convincing? For instance, here is my talk about the power of communities, you can watch it here.
I’ve recently gone down the rabbit hole of working on improving my workflows. This blog post covers my favourite tools and workflows ✨
🎉 Some BIG news! I’ll be joining Gitpod as a Senior Community Engineer to pioneer and lead community engagement and development.
In this post, I talk about the magic of infrastructure as code + AWS on creating my ‘website-as-a-service’ project!
I recently became an AWS Community Builder! Here’s a post about what the program is about and what to expect from me in my continuous Cloud journey.
Connect, get hired, get inspired and have fun! Learn more and get involved with the 50inTech community.
Have a project you want to deploy? But overwhelmed by all the different options? Here are some of my favourites!
👩🏻💻 A guest blog post by the lovely folks at The Girl Code about #Build. TGC is a non-profit organisation that aims to bridge the gender gap in technology.
This month’s technical blog post will teach you how to use AWS S3 and Wordpress together to help improve your blog’s performance and flexibility.
A post about my recent rebuild of PaulineNarvas.com using Next.js and Vercel for deployment. Here’s what I got up to! 🚀
Yep, we’re still levelling up in 2020! 😎 Whether you want to get a job in tech, start freelancing or learn new skills, the Ultimate Tech Career Toolbox has everything you need to get going.
It’s time for a change! But before then… let’s talk about all of it. 🤪
The tech industry is growing – but where are all the women? This is a collab post with Pathrise – a career accelerator that help folks land dream job in tech.
Sharing some of my favourite resources that has helped me on my coding journey so far 👩🏻💻
This week I attended the Tab’s Future 100 event at J.P Morgan in London, here’s what I took away!
Being involved with the Code First: Girls community opened up so many opportunities to me from scoring a Web Developer job to boosting my confidence in STEM and beyond 🚀
Sharing everything I learnt organising #HackMed18 – a medically focused hackathon that aims to solve problems related to humanity’s elementary need, health.
Code First: Girls hosted their second Northern Conference (#CFGNConf18) at PwC in Manchester last week. Here’s what I took away from the conference as well as what I hope I gave back ✨
Last weekend, I attended an unconference at Nottingham for student tech community leaders where I had the chance to speak a few times 🎤
TL:DR – To quote a Twitter Engineer: It was “super-mega-extra-cool.” 😆
On Monday I delivered my first solo talk on community building. A step out of my comfort zone? Yep. Another achievement? Hell yeah.
Last weekend I attended my first hackathon-focused conference, HackCon EU. 🚩🌎
A post about why you should get involved in the #shefcodefirst movement 💖
Project Prep is a novel aimed at girls and young women that highlight the wonders of working in tech.
Reflecting on Empowering Women With Tech Conference 2017 👊🏼
I always want to blog events in my life as they happen but being such a perfectionist, I find it a challenge. Also juggling what I post on social media about events in addition to writing a post about said event seems a lot to handle at once. I’ve been involved in a lot of social… Continue reading Be Bold For Change 🌺
I’ve been pretty loud on social media about this, so you probably already know but I have to share the exciting first week of February with you. Besides being extremely busy at work with the new semester starting tomorrow, Code First: Girls (CF:G) courses started this week. I’ve written about CF:G in the past, including when… Continue reading one hundred + fifty-two
The past week has been pretty busy as usual despite my two days off, I had a lot of social commitments and although they were very fun, it’s always great getting back to my room and catching up with my personal tasks and goals. On Tuesday I spent my evening with the weekly Code First:Girls… Continue reading Sharing to Inspire
Most people already know this but I love project work. There’s something about having a team with differing specialties, all with great ideas, managing everyone to their ability and working together towards a set target that really makes me have an optimistic mindset for team-based work. So, my first project for this semester was focusing… Continue reading Languages: Code