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Teaching under-represented groups to code on Pagely Podcast

We discuss Tessa's public speaking experience to dealing with imposter syndrome. As well as discussing a past success story of a developer mentored.
Teaching under-represented groups to code on Pagely Podcast
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In this interview Tessa shares:

  • Her public speaking experience
  • How she copes with impostor syndrome
  • A beautiful “where are they now” story of a former student now gainfully employed as a React Developer
  • Her experience chairing the speaking selection committee for WCUS
  • The criteria they used to balance diversity with content
  • And more…
Teaching under-represented groups to code
Tessa Kriesel is the Community Manager for CircleCI and founder of Outspoken Women and Coders of TMRW. She wears many hats but the consistent theme of her work is empowering […]
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Tessa Kriesel
Head of Platform Developer Relations at Snap, startup advisor, & a diversity in tech advocate. Wife & mom, motorcyclist, archer, disciple, & dog lover.
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