Category: Atlanta Spring 2015


Women in Tech – Yes, we need more.

I’ve always had an interest in fashion and web design since I was kid, I just never seemed to have the confidence to pursue it.  During my senior year of undergrad I had a crazy ‘AH HA’ idea to start a social organization for women. I decided to call her SWAAN which stands for “Secure Women […]

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Working & Working on Coding

I’ve been working in the digital marketing industry for two years — but my experience and passion for all things digital began long ago. When I was in middle school in the early 2000s, Xanga was big. I’d mess around making themes with different color schemes and hover-link effects — I thought it was the […]

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Running, While Running a Business, While Running Rails Servers

Spring is generally a pretty good time for me, running-wise. My fall/winter race schedule is over, and I can take some time to relax and just run before I gear up for the Peachtree Road Race. While I now prefer trail races set in the woods, the Peachtree holds a near and dear place in […]

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Moving Right Along

I have now finished my second week with Tech Talent South and the learning adventure continues! The learning has continued to be non-stop and we are moving at a good pace.  This whole week has been devoted to learning Ruby. We started with the basic stuff: how to use puts and gets.chomp. From there we […]

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My Second Chance

Have you ever wished that you could have a second chance at something? Maybe it was to make that final shot at a basketball game, to retake a test, or even to redo that job interview. For me, one area that I wish I had a second chance would be coding. I will admit it. […]

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