Insights From My Second Week As A Software Development Intern

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A bit about me 👩🏻‍💻

How to Master Anything 🧠

How to become a Badass Developer 🖥

  • Pair every day with my mentors to gain high-quality knowledge about programming practices and software development.
  • Watch a very high-quantity of trustworthy videos from experts that build programs from scratch.

How to Think Creatively 🎨

  • Every experience, problem, situation, or idea you have had in your life will help solve your next question, think about your next idea, and shape how you confront your next situation.
  • Your uniqueness is what makes things interesting.

Some Technical Lessons ⚙️

Some Life Lessons ✨

Conclusion 📚

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26 yo. Self-Taught Software Developer. I write about Career Change, Women in Tech and anything exciting I’m working on.

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Alejandra Bricio

Alejandra Bricio

26 yo. Self-Taught Software Developer. I write about Career Change, Women in Tech and anything exciting I’m working on.

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