After working in technical support roles in Audio Visual and IT for over ten years, I became interested in learning how the applications I supported were built.
I enrolled in the Web Development Immersive course at General Assembly in March 2017. I was lucky enough to get my first dev role at a small startup on completing the course, and have been working as a software developer since August 2017.
I like to be involved with the tech community by talking at meetups, mentoring students at General Assembly, and volunteering for Women Who Code.
I'm currently enjoying learning about programming hardware using Raspberry Pis and a Framework called Nerves, built in Elixir.