A Talk by Emma Grasmeder

Summarized by Natassja Linzau

Emma giving her speech on January 7, 2016

Have you ever felt like you don’t belong in the field of technology? That you don’t fit in, or that everyone around you is more qualified than you are? If so, you should know that you are not alone.

These self-defeating…

An Interview with Emma Grasmeder, Former Women Who Code DC Python Lead and Director of Education

Emma Grasmeder snaps a selfie at a Women Who Code DC event.

How did you first get involved in programming?

I had an on-and-off-again relationship with programming. I did some really basic programming in sixth and seventh grade with my father, who is a programmer. But, at the time, I didn’t enjoy it; I couldn’t see how it would be useful. I…

A Q&A with WomenWhoCodeDC’s Partnership Lead Su Kim. By day, Su Kim is a campus director with The Iron Yard, a code school in Washington, D.C.

How did you get involved in WomenWhoCodeDC and why/how did you take on the partnership lead role?

I first got involved with WomenWhoCode through my work at The Iron Yard. I reached out because I was really interested in the tech community, and wanted a better understanding of the needs…

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