Why Turn to Influencers?
She aims to help people understand and get enthusiastic about coding with simplified explanations. She also demonstrates her own journey with the view to show people how to progress through a career in programming.
Code Beast, aka Christian Nwamba, is a super influential teacher, software engineer and public speaker. Christian recently joined the AWS team at Amazon as well as speaking at the annual JSHeroes conference.
“Making memes and dreams and software!” is Cassidy’s ethos. Cassidy Williams is based in Chicago and as well as being a developer, she’s a start-up advisor, investor, and experience expert.
You can check out her timeline of all her projects, episodes and articles and even sign up to her newsletter via her website.
Based in Washington, Amelia Wattenbergeris a web developer, designer, staff research engineer and data visualiser. With over 22k followers on Twitter, she is proving to be a pivotal figure for aspiring developers with her online courses and engaging content on her website.
Molly is a Senior Site Reliability Engineer at Netflix based in Chicago. With just short of 20k followers, Molly is hands down an inspiration for aspiring developers. With a degree in Aero/Astro, she saw herself 9 years later become a leader of software teams.
She’s an international speaker, blogger, writer and podcaster and you can check out some of her work here.
Marcy Sutton is an independent web developer and accessibility advocate based in Bellingham, WA. Mostly, Marcy engages with development teams to help them foster more accessible practices in websites they built. Check out her services here.
With just under 15k followers, Nicole Archambault labels herself a “black, autistic potty mouth” who podcast provides inspiration for many coders everywhere at various stages in their career. Her website is also rich with super useful content for developers everywhere.