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  • 🌟 RESUME TIPS! 🌟
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Happy Monday everyone 🤓 hope you guys have a great week ♥ I will start right away cause it might be a long one 📝All the following resume tips are from a Google Resume Critique talk I went to last week #googleoncampus 💛💙❤️💚Enjoy! ❤️
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A great pro tip is to describe you'r past job positions using bullet points, let’s start with a template for these: 
1. Start with action words 💥 Examples: Implemented, Developed, Deployed, Accomplished, Monitored, etc.
2. Mention the technologies you used 💻 You should have a list of the technologies/languages/tools you know on a specific side section on your resume already but, that’s not enough😏 Try to mention what specific technology you used on the job, that way reviewers will know where you learned it from.🤔
3. Finally, add some metrics to it💯💲. Reviewers want to see the impact you made, for example: reduced 61% rate of failure or used by 200+ users.
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Now let’s put it all together. 😊
Implemented 1️⃣ using 2️⃣ which 3️⃣ -> Implement data visualization feature using D3.JS and React which reached 200+ followers.
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Extra tips: 
1. Keep it in PDF format. This will be easier for reviewers in case they download it.
2. Keep it clean and concise. 
3. Keep it to 1 or 2 pages MAX. 
4. If you are a student, keep your education section on the top and 👉🏼add your graduation date and month👈🏼(❗️IMPORTANT❗️).
5. Add any courses you have taken online or in school and specifically what language/tool you learned from it. Also add anything you are currently learning!
6. Taylor each resume to the job’s description. 
7. Bold anything you think is important for them to see, for example I bold all the languages/tools they are specifically asking for so it is easier for them to see it or any huge accomplishment like “reduced rate failure by 61%”.
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Hope you found them useful ♥ I will be making the same post in Spanish WED. If you know anyone that would need it, please share it. 💙 Have to go back to apply for summer internships. ☀️ .
</Happy Coding💕>
  • 🌟 RESUME TIPS! 🌟
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    Happy Monday everyone 🤓 hope you guys have a great week ♥ I will start right away cause it might be a long one 📝All the following resume tips are from a Google Resume Critique talk I went to last week #googleoncampus 💛💙❤️💚Enjoy! ❤️
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    A great pro tip is to describe you'r past job positions using bullet points, let’s start with a template for these:
    1. Start with action words 💥 Examples: Implemented, Developed, Deployed, Accomplished, Monitored, etc.
    2. Mention the technologies you used 💻 You should have a list of the technologies/languages/tools you know on a specific side section on your resume already but, that’s not enough😏 Try to mention what specific technology you used on the job, that way reviewers will know where you learned it from.🤔
    3. Finally, add some metrics to it💯💲. Reviewers want to see the impact you made, for example: reduced 61% rate of failure or used by 200+ users.
    .
    Now let’s put it all together. 😊
    Implemented 1️⃣ using 2️⃣ which 3️⃣ -> Implement data visualization feature using D3.JS and React which reached 200+ followers.
    .
    Extra tips:
    1. Keep it in PDF format. This will be easier for reviewers in case they download it.
    2. Keep it clean and concise.
    3. Keep it to 1 or 2 pages MAX.
    4. If you are a student, keep your education section on the top and 👉🏼add your graduation date and month👈🏼(❗️IMPORTANT❗️).
    5. Add any courses you have taken online or in school and specifically what language/tool you learned from it. Also add anything you are currently learning!
    6. Taylor each resume to the job’s description.
    7. Bold anything you think is important for them to see, for example I bold all the languages/tools they are specifically asking for so it is easier for them to see it or any huge accomplishment like “reduced rate failure by 61%”.
    .
    Hope you found them useful ♥ I will be making the same post in Spanish WED. If you know anyone that would need it, please share it. 💙 Have to go back to apply for summer internships. ☀️ .
  • 326 8 3 hours ago
  • [16/100] I’m back! I knew keeping up with #100DaysOfData would be a real challenge, and that I’d probably fail a few times. But I’m following @multimicah’s concept of “striving for failure” - taking notes and moving the ball forward, as planned (his explanation is better than mine... so def follow him + subscribe to his newsletter if you’re intrigued by this topic).
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So, a quick update: I skipped these last two days of course work, but today I’ll be picking back up on the second section of “Working with Data” lectures. Also, the random window of hexbins on my screen in this pic is unrelated - just me editing GeoJSON files 😂
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Hope you’re having a great week! ✌️
  • [16/100] I’m back! I knew keeping up with #100DaysOfData would be a real challenge, and that I’d probably fail a few times. But I’m following @multimicah’s concept of “striving for failure” - taking notes and moving the ball forward, as planned (his explanation is better than mine... so def follow him + subscribe to his newsletter if you’re intrigued by this topic).
    .
    So, a quick update: I skipped these last two days of course work, but today I’ll be picking back up on the second section of “Working with Data” lectures. Also, the random window of hexbins on my screen in this pic is unrelated - just me editing GeoJSON files 😂
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    Hope you’re having a great week! ✌️
  • 3,120 69 16 January, 2019

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  • Swipe to see the video of the big chop!
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Change can be scary when it is thrust upon us. When we make the decision to change ourselves, that fear turns into power.
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Hair is something that people fee very connected to. For a long time my long, curly hair was something I felt defined me. So, when I was 20 I decided to cut it all off.
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I hated it at first. But, eventually I grew to really like it.
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Since then, I’ve cut it off every few years and donated it to #pantenebeautifullengths. They create wigs for women going through chemo, free of charge.
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Two years ago I donated 18” and last year 14”!
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Big change seems scary before it happens, but once it’s happen it can become thrilling!
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Which changes have you made lately?
  • Swipe to see the video of the big chop!
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    Change can be scary when it is thrust upon us. When we make the decision to change ourselves, that fear turns into power.
    .
    Hair is something that people fee very connected to. For a long time my long, curly hair was something I felt defined me. So, when I was 20 I decided to cut it all off.
    .
    I hated it at first. But, eventually I grew to really like it.
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    Since then, I’ve cut it off every few years and donated it to #pantenebeautifullengths . They create wigs for women going through chemo, free of charge.
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    Two years ago I donated 18” and last year 14”!
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    Big change seems scary before it happens, but once it’s happen it can become thrilling!
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    Which changes have you made lately?
  • 56 7 1 hour ago
  • Super cold and windy today!!! Take me back to rainy days! 😭 I’m working on a small project for work that requires me to gather all of our front-end best practices. I’m planning on including some best practices that I’ve learned through watching JS tutorials and reading documentation. I like the idea of putting it all on paper because it will make it easier to transition into someone else’s projects since there will be a set of standards to adhere to❤️ What are you all up to this week?
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#girlswhocode #codingwitchesclub #womenInTech #womenInStem #javascript #frontend #codingbootcamp
  • Super cold and windy today!!! Take me back to rainy days! 😭 I’m working on a small project for work that requires me to gather all of our front-end best practices. I’m planning on including some best practices that I’ve learned through watching JS tutorials and reading documentation. I like the idea of putting it all on paper because it will make it easier to transition into someone else’s projects since there will be a set of standards to adhere to❤️ What are you all up to this week?




    #girlswhocode #codingwitchesclub #womenInTech #womenInStem #javascript #frontend #codingbootcamp
  • 27 0 2 hours ago
  • COMING SOON!! Registrations are almost open for the 2019 intake of mentors and mentees, stay tuned for updates!
  • COMING SOON!! Registrations are almost open for the 2019 intake of mentors and mentees, stay tuned for updates!
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  • The PCAP Weekend Programme is a one-year Programming with Python course which qualifies your kids and teens for the Certified Associate in Python Programming Certification (PCAP) to become globally recognized Python Programmers by the Python Institute. 
Click the link in bio to register your child.

#emergetutors #learningtocode #codelagos
  • The PCAP Weekend Programme is a one-year Programming with Python course which qualifies your kids and teens for the Certified Associate in Python Programming Certification (PCAP) to become globally recognized Python Programmers by the Python Institute.
    Click the link in bio to register your child.

    #emergetutors #learningtocode #codelagos
  • 11 1 2 hours ago
  • Sharing my first ecommerce (personal) project that I'll be making using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe XD.
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First process: WIREFRAME 📐
I already sketched and outlined the home page layout using pen and paper instead of using a wireframe app.
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Second process: MOCKUP 🖌
I'm using Ai which I found comfy and easier for me. Also, I will be making some elements like the logo, icons and such, that's why I chose Ai for this job. Right now, I used some black and white rectangle tool as placeholders for images.
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I'll share the third process and the final output in my next posts! 🤓
  • Sharing my first ecommerce (personal) project that I'll be making using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe XD.
    .
    First process: WIREFRAME 📐
    I already sketched and outlined the home page layout using pen and paper instead of using a wireframe app.
    .
    Second process: MOCKUP 🖌
    I'm using Ai which I found comfy and easier for me. Also, I will be making some elements like the logo, icons and such, that's why I chose Ai for this job. Right now, I used some black and white rectangle tool as placeholders for images.
    .
    I'll share the third process and the final output in my next posts! 🤓
  • 293 23 3 hours ago
  • 🌟 RESUME TIPS! 🌟
.
Happy Monday everyone 🤓 hope you guys have a great week ♥ I will start right away cause it might be a long one 📝All the following resume tips are from a Google Resume Critique talk I went to last week #googleoncampus 💛💙❤️💚Enjoy! ❤️
.
A great pro tip is to describe you'r past job positions using bullet points, let’s start with a template for these: 
1. Start with action words 💥 Examples: Implemented, Developed, Deployed, Accomplished, Monitored, etc.
2. Mention the technologies you used 💻 You should have a list of the technologies/languages/tools you know on a specific side section on your resume already but, that’s not enough😏 Try to mention what specific technology you used on the job, that way reviewers will know where you learned it from.🤔
3. Finally, add some metrics to it💯💲. Reviewers want to see the impact you made, for example: reduced 61% rate of failure or used by 200+ users.
.
Now let’s put it all together. 😊
Implemented 1️⃣ using 2️⃣ which 3️⃣ -> Implement data visualization feature using D3.JS and React which reached 200+ followers.
.
Extra tips: 
1. Keep it in PDF format. This will be easier for reviewers in case they download it.
2. Keep it clean and concise. 
3. Keep it to 1 or 2 pages MAX. 
4. If you are a student, keep your education section on the top and 👉🏼add your graduation date and month👈🏼(❗️IMPORTANT❗️).
5. Add any courses you have taken online or in school and specifically what language/tool you learned from it. Also add anything you are currently learning!
6. Taylor each resume to the job’s description. 
7. Bold anything you think is important for them to see, for example I bold all the languages/tools they are specifically asking for so it is easier for them to see it or any huge accomplishment like “reduced rate failure by 61%”.
.
Hope you found them useful ♥ I will be making the same post in Spanish WED. If you know anyone that would need it, please share it. 💙 Have to go back to apply for summer internships. ☀️ .
</Happy Coding💕>
  • 🌟 RESUME TIPS! 🌟
    .
    Happy Monday everyone 🤓 hope you guys have a great week ♥ I will start right away cause it might be a long one 📝All the following resume tips are from a Google Resume Critique talk I went to last week #googleoncampus 💛💙❤️💚Enjoy! ❤️
    .
    A great pro tip is to describe you'r past job positions using bullet points, let’s start with a template for these:
    1. Start with action words 💥 Examples: Implemented, Developed, Deployed, Accomplished, Monitored, etc.
    2. Mention the technologies you used 💻 You should have a list of the technologies/languages/tools you know on a specific side section on your resume already but, that’s not enough😏 Try to mention what specific technology you used on the job, that way reviewers will know where you learned it from.🤔
    3. Finally, add some metrics to it💯💲. Reviewers want to see the impact you made, for example: reduced 61% rate of failure or used by 200+ users.
    .
    Now let’s put it all together. 😊
    Implemented 1️⃣ using 2️⃣ which 3️⃣ -> Implement data visualization feature using D3.JS and React which reached 200+ followers.
    .
    Extra tips:
    1. Keep it in PDF format. This will be easier for reviewers in case they download it.
    2. Keep it clean and concise.
    3. Keep it to 1 or 2 pages MAX.
    4. If you are a student, keep your education section on the top and 👉🏼add your graduation date and month👈🏼(❗️IMPORTANT❗️).
    5. Add any courses you have taken online or in school and specifically what language/tool you learned from it. Also add anything you are currently learning!
    6. Taylor each resume to the job’s description.
    7. Bold anything you think is important for them to see, for example I bold all the languages/tools they are specifically asking for so it is easier for them to see it or any huge accomplishment like “reduced rate failure by 61%”.
    .
    Hope you found them useful ♥ I will be making the same post in Spanish WED. If you know anyone that would need it, please share it. 💙 Have to go back to apply for summer internships. ☀️ .
  • 326 8 3 hours ago
  • Prazos e datas importantes ao fundo enquanto eu finjo plenitude pra enganar o algoritmo do Instagram ✌️
  • Prazos e datas importantes ao fundo enquanto eu finjo plenitude pra enganar o algoritmo do Instagram ✌️
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  • EduSTEM Girls Day 2019 was one word- AMAZING! Over 70 5th through 7th grade girls came to Interlake High School to celebrate women empowerment in STEM fields. The day was filled with fun activities such as a guest speaker, coding political campaign websites, stepping into the shoes of entrepreneurs, and designing robots to accomplish challenging tasks. Thank you to all of our volunteers and supporting organizations! We can’t wait for next year! 👸💖🌎💫
  • EduSTEM Girls Day 2019 was one word- AMAZING! Over 70 5th through 7th grade girls came to Interlake High School to celebrate women empowerment in STEM fields. The day was filled with fun activities such as a guest speaker, coding political campaign websites, stepping into the shoes of entrepreneurs, and designing robots to accomplish challenging tasks. Thank you to all of our volunteers and supporting organizations! We can’t wait for next year! 👸💖🌎💫
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