Just came back from the amazing event hosted by Nutanix, a data center infrastructure and cloud computing software company. It was extremely engaging as we started off with a design workshop and competition (My team and I won 2nd place!) We also had an extremely informative speaker panel of women who work at NutanixContinue reading “Nutanix Tour!”
Today I had the awesome experience of getting a tour of the Video Game Dev company, Zynga! It was really fun and engaging. First, we got to play a bunch of arcade and video games (of course!), but after that, I got to see an amazing presentation by Kasey McKenna, a senior software engineer atContinue reading “Zynga Tour!”
Create your own web page!For our final Girls Who Code project, we all created our very own web page! I decided to make mine like a sort of virtual business card with information about me. You can check it out here.
400 likes and counting 🙂 The national Girls Who Code organization regrammed the picture of our club with our guest speaker from Pixar. It was so much fun and I’m glad we could share this moment!
The end of a long journey Camp went amazing! It was a huge success! I feel so happy and invigorated right now. I can’t believe how much of an impact I was able to make! At the very end of camp, parents were asking for my email, contact info, to take a pictureContinue reading “Camp is Over!!!!!”
A little update on how the GWC Summer Camp has gone Our summer camp has been going pretty well so far. The girls are all so amazing. They manage to pick up complex concepts at alarming speeds. One girl had never seen a line of code in her entire life, but now, in just aContinue reading “Camp is almost over!”
A lot of hard work! Me and my fellow Girl Who Code officers have decided to hold a Summer Camp for girls in 4th through 6th grade. And of course, as president, this means I have had a lot of work to do. So many things had to be taken care of: How should weContinue reading “Girls Who Code Summer Camp”
Thank you Girls Who Code for everything you’ve done for me A while ago I heard an announcement asking all girls interested in computer science to come over to Room 205 during lunch to become part of a club: Girls Who Code! I didn’t really think that much of it then,Continue reading “Girls Who Code”