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Nevertheless, Coro Coded

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I started/continued to code in 2019 because...

there's not enough gay black women coders and I need to take myself to the next level. Coding has always been something I wanted to do but, didn't really see people who looked like me, doing it.

I deserve credit for...

Persisting. I'm self-teaching. It's hard and it's tough, but the day I can turnaround and use my skills to give back...it will all be worth it.

I hope to see my school/work/developer/tech community...

continuing evolving and embracing unity. I hope to see us continuing to lift one another up, no matter where we are in our process.

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