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Re: Coding Our Future Cuz We Want To

Unread post by Lany Sullivan » Fri Jul 24, 2015 10:26 am

Kristin Drysdale wrote:Tech issues, ego issues... yep. Pretty much all issues are loveable when looked at in the right light. :D
LMAO! Tru dat!

It's always about perspective.


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Unread post by Kirstin Hancock » Wed Aug 05, 2015 12:28 pm

My husband taught himself to code through the Stanford course. I wouldn't say he is an expert coder but he knows enough to assist our app developers and evaluate code.


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Unread post by Kristin Drysdale » Wed Aug 05, 2015 1:15 pm

Nice to have skills, huh!

I still haven't checked it. Hopefully, I'll get back to coding tomorrow and I'll be able to see what it's like.


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Unread post by Brad West » Wed Aug 12, 2015 1:58 pm

Congratulation Kristin,

I know and have known some awesome women coders. In my eyes there seems to be a definite difference between the male and female perspectives when solving problems. I love working with most women on projects because I get a completely different outlook on my thoughts about the task at hand. I have probably forgot more code than I want to think about, I really don't like it and stick to the basics now. For most things I do I really don't need much.

But Congratulations again you have taken on a great thing to learn.


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Re: Coding Our Future Cuz We Want To

Unread post by Kristin Drysdale » Fri Jan 08, 2016 7:10 pm

Brad West wrote:Congratulation Kristin,

I know and have known some awesome women coders. In my eyes there seems to be a definite difference between the male and female perspectives when solving problems. I love working with most women on projects because I get a completely different outlook on my thoughts about the task at hand. I have probably forgot more code than I want to think about, I really don't like it and stick to the basics now. For most things I do I really don't need much.

But Congratulations again you have taken on a great thing to learn.
I can't believe how quickly time flies. :shock: As embarrassed as I am about the time in between your response and mine, I still want to thank you all the same. I'm finding a lot of encouragement from both men and women alike. I think the industry as a whole has grown leaps and bounds and people are waking up to see just what you mentioned... different perspectives help us all. ~Thank you for your encouragement. Cheers!


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