Annie 🦄⚡️

Designer // Developer // ENFP-T ♐️. Currently working at a start-up where I wear a lot of hats. I lik...  
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2021

Sep 09, 2021
Sep 09, 2021
Spoke on a panel
Spoke on Twitter Spaces
Spoke on a Twitter Spaces, hosted by Hashnode, talking about the ins & outs of bootcamp.

https://twitter.com/tanoaksam/status/1435738750101823495
Aug 25, 2021
Aug 25, 2021
Featured as a writer
The book, "CodeSchool: Overcome Imposter Syndrome. Kick-Start Your Tech Career" by Morgan J. Lopes, and Tim Whitacre was officially released on Amazon. I was one of the people who helped give feedback on early drafts and some of my thoughts were featured in the book.

https://twitter.com/anniebombanie_/status/1435274836624936966?s=20

On Amazon: CodeSchool: Overcome Imposter Syndrome. Kick-Start Your Tech Career
Aug 19, 2021
Aug 19, 2021
Spoke on Twitter Spaces
Spontaneously spoke on a Twitter Space, hosted by Scrimba, titled "Conquering Imposter Syndrome"

https://twitter.com/bookercodes/status/1428323726525968386?s=20
Aug 01, 2021
Aug 01, 2021
Started a new role at Pastel
Excited to share that I've been promoted to Front-End Engineering Lead after 10 months on the job! 🎉🎉🎉
Front-End Engineering Lead, Pastel
Jul 14, 2021
Jul 14, 2021
Public Speaking
Spoke on Twitter Spaces
Hosted my first Twitter Spaces on discussing what Polywork is and answering questions from the community. It was extremely well attended with over 200 attendees the whole time and hitting almost 250 at one point.
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Public Speaking
Spoke on Twitter Spaces
Very excited to kick off our first series of 'Community Conversations' today. Please join us for a great discussion on what our early users have to say about Polywork and how trends are shifting in our work culture.

Come join us at 2pm ET today (July 14) at Twitter Spaces
Jul 03, 2021
Jul 03, 2021
Spoke on Twitter Spaces
Spoke on a panel
Spoke on a Twitter Space talking about How to Support Women in Tech.

A couple of things I spoke about included not only listening to women but also believing them when they share their experiences. It's not helpful to say, "Oh, he never did that to me."

Another was being intentional about making sure your events/media/lists of developers are inclusive. We often see an all white-male cast and it always made me wonder if there was a place in the community for someone who looked like me.

https://twitter.com/saminacodes/status/1408822025183920133?s=20
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