Women play a key role in computing, now, and in the early days of it, but still only represent 27.5% of software developers globally. At Microverse, we’re focused on is helping more women and non-binary people become software developers so, we asked some of the female software developers at Microverse to share their stories.
A little over a year ago, I decided to switch careers and learn to program. Now, I’m proficient in more than five programming languages and have built more than 50 projects. Here's how I did it, and my Microverse experience.
Starting out as a software developer can be tough. In this article, 10 female develops share their advice and tips for aspiring software developers and those thinking about taking the leap.
Mupa M'mbetsa Nzaphila is a Microverse student, and mother, originally from Nairobi, Kenya now living in Munich, Germany. She shared with us her story of becoming a software developer, her favorite languages, advice for getting started, and more.