Are you a creative or entrepreneur wishing you could speak tech with your web development team? Maybe you wish you could code a bit yourself, but don’t know where to start? Look no further!
In this free two-hour livestream, we’ll cover the basics of what programming is, how it’s used, and some basic terminology to help non-programmers, or beginning programmers, more effectively navigate this space. All in real time, taught by an industry professional.
Come learn the basics and gain the skills you need to understand the fundamentals of programming!
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Maya is New York-based Product Manager, Educator, Speaker, and Entrepreneur. Fueled by her passion to create new ideas (and perhaps a bit too much Cold Brew), Maya enjoys helping fellow entrepreneurs & tech enthusiasts reach their full potential. She is currently a Product Manager at iFundWomen, a crowdfunding ecosystem for women-led businesses, where she builds thoughtful and intuitive products & experiences to empower female founders. Prior to iFundWomen, Maya held positions at JPMorgan Chase and Techstars.
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