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Nevertheless, Kimberly Coded

kimmyrae profile image Kimberly ・1 min read

I started/continued to code in 2019

because I am a lifelong learner. 2019 is my fourth year coding professionally. During the last few years, I've come a long way. Each year, before my annual review, I started asking myself "Do I know more about x than I did last year?" The answer is an overwhelming yes!

This year I plan to venture out of my comfort zone. I started giving small lighting talks to my peers at work, and I just submitted my first talk to a local tech conference. I also am a mentor for a local university's "Women in IT Mentoring Program".

I am grateful for all of my friends and co-workers who mentor me on a daily basis.

I deserve credit for

Not giving up on my own dev journey.

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

Continue be supportive of all developers. I want to see more people considering a career in tech as an option.

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Kimberly

@kimmyrae

UX developer. Omaha, NE.

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