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Nevertheless, AngryTechFeminist Coded

thecrazydoglady profile image AngryTechFeminist ・1 min read

I started/continued to code in 2019 because...I wanted to and I got sick of waiting around for my job/career to provide the opportunity.

I deserve credit for...learning a bit of R, a bit of Python, and getting through my first official "coding assignment"

I hope to see my work community... consciously and deliberately build extra time and resources into the workloads/schedules of unrepresented folks to expand our skills. I promise it will pay off.

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