Yeva Hyusyan certainly knows the code for success. She started SoloLearn, the largest instructional online coding app, where 20 million people have learned to code. SoloLearn has an impressive online reputation, with prestigious accolades from Google and Facebook. The app aims to build practical skills
Trouble finding inspiration on what to read or a book to pick for your next virtual book club? We’ve rounded up the most recent and relevant 5 reading lists of different genres and topics!
- Goodreads: A New Season of Reading: The Hot Books of Summer
- The Everygirl: 30 Books That Should Be on Your Summer Reading List
- Oprah Magazine: 29 of the Best Beach Reads of Summer 2020
- Discover Magazine: The Science Books We’re Reading in Fall 2020
- Literary Hub: The Ultimate Summer 2020 Reading List
With the Summer coming to an end and back-to-school season in full swing, many of us are still working from home, re-inventing our retail or other brick-and-mortar businesses, and trying to find new sources of revenue in a tough economy.
Now, more than ever, we must
AI and machine learning may impact women first!
What's happening? Forrester predicts that investments in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and IoT (Internet of Things) will increase 300% in 2017. As more routine tasks are taken over by smart machines, the people who perform these tasks
Alana Lipson, Cornell graduate and Associate Analyst at Mastercard, spent her academic career studying marketing, strategy and psychology. As a guest contributor to sheBOOM, she shares with us the facts and her honest perspective about why women shy away from math.
Here are Alana's words (and numbers)
Here are the numbers, ladies:
Girls Who Code reported that 74% of young girls express interest in STEM fields & computer science.
18% percent of undergraduate computer sciences degrees and 26% percent of computing jobs are held by women (Based on Tech Crunch, 2016 article).
Here are just a couple of fun facts about women from history who were/are way ahead of their time -- engaging in professions that involved science, tech, math, and engineering (where females are still under-represented).
Florence Nightingale: Social Activist Turned Applied Statistician
Though Nightingale is best remembered for
When we set out to create sheBOOM, one of our mantras was “collaboration.” Women need to support other women in business if we are going to become a bigger force field in the economy.
We’re thrilled be profiling Women Who Code as part of our Happy Tech