Tech Sisters Hosted by Helmes
Our second networking event of the year, and our second panel discussion (ever!) took place at the beginning of February. This time we visited our good friends at Helmes to peek behind the curtain at their offices and take a deep dive into the work of analysts.
Linda Liukas children's book for programming
Last September 13, the publishing house Hea Lugu, Telia and Tech Sisters presented the children's book "Tere, Ruby! Programmeerimisseiklused" ("Hello, Ruby! Programming adventures). Liukas is a computer programmer and children's book writer who got interested in creating websites at a very young age. This book is a playful and fantastic way to introduce young children into the world of computer programming.
Tech Role Models: The story of Ahti Heinla
If you are versed in the IT world of Estonia, you've probably heard the name of Ahti Heinla. In case you have not, he is known for being a co-founder and Chief Technical Architect of Skype and Kazaa, he has also worked at another number of startups. Today he is the CEO and CTO of Starship, a company developing small self-driving robotic delivery vehicles.What you probably haven't heard is how Ahti got started into programming, but most importantly, who inspired him to do so. Ahti has shared this precious story with us at Tech Sisters, and you won't be surprised to know why we were so excited to read it and share it with you. Wait no more and read it in his own words:
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