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Dream Big. Hustle Hard.

The millennial woman's guide to success in tech

Dream Big. Hustle Hard. is a book with practical advice for 20-somethings from diverse backgrounds to land a job in tech or progress their career. Each chapter contains anecdotes, activities and frameworks which will give ambitious individuals the motivation and tools they need to maximise their potential in a competitive career landscape.

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Free book featuring practical tips from top Product Managers

📘This is what you will learn from the book:

🧠Product Psychology

⛓Blockchain Products

🕶VR & AR Products

🛠SaaS Products

👊Breaking Rules

😍Building Empathy

📈Roadmap to Success

🤯The PM Life

🏦Enterprise Products

↔ Marketplace Products

Bonus: Secrets from Tinder, Snapchat, Disney, Play Station, Dollar Shave Club, Omaze, Wag and more 🙊

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Gabriela Araujo
Gabriela Araujo- Content Director - Tech & Product Lover
'Launch: The Roadmap to PM Success'. Inside, there’s advice from the geniuses behind successful product launches at companies like Tinder, Snapchat, Disney, Wag, Play Station, Dollar Shave Club, and more 📱💻 Whether you’re looking to start a new career as a Product Manager, or you’re an experienced veteran with a hundred product launches under your belt, t… See more
Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia
Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia- Founder of Product School
What separates top product managers at companies like Google, Facebook and Tinder from the rest? Why not learn directly from Product Managers at the top of their game, with punchy, practical advice from the best of the best
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The indie maker's complete guide to growing your audience and getting press coverage, focusing on affordable, proven methods.

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Shameless self-promotion. :) I think the book I just published can be super helpful for indie makers who are more comfortable building/shipping than doing marketing. It's straight-to-the-point and focuses on affordable and proven techniques to grow an audience and get press coverage.
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Hire 50,000 women in tech with our new job board.

The Tech Ladies job board was re-designed from the ground up with a focus on diversity + inclusion. Candidates can easily find jobs that are "WFH-Friendly", "Early Stage," or have "Unicorn Potential," and companies can hire from our community of 50,000 women who work in engineering, product, design, and more!

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It's not much of a secret that women are underrepresented in the tech industry -- its lack of diversity has become notorious over the years. According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), women represented a mere 15% of computer science bachelor's degree recipients in 2014, despite the fact that significantly more women earn deg… See more
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With unequal pay, workplace harassment, issues with family planning and discriminatory hiring and investment practices, it's no secret that being a woman in the tech industry is tough. But it's also not a secret that some companies are far better than others when it comes to treating women equally and giving them the respect, opportunities and pay they deser… See more
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After years of navigating grad school and having to leave one position because of sexual harassment, Allison Esposito finally landed a dream job working as a content manager at Google Play. Her hard work had paid off and she had the career to show for it.
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VCGC is a platform aimed at supporting women in tech, venture, and entrepreneurship - industries that have traditionally been opaque with high barriers to entry. By sharing stories, building community, and fostering dialogue, we can all come together to create our generation's identity of women working in these industries.

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The most powerful network for women in tech.

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Leap, the women's networking group that was developed by Y Combinator, is spinning out of the company with a new name - Elpha. Co-founded by Cadran Cowansage, Abadesi Osunsade and Kuan Luo, Elpha is designed as a professional network for women offering content and access to a directory ...
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Elpha is the springboard for women to excel in tech.
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In 2017, Cadran Cowansage, a software engineer at YC, started building Leap, an online community for women in tech. Today, Cadran and her two co-founders, Abadesi Osunsade and Kuan Luo, are spinning Leap (now Elpha) out of Y Combinator and launching as an independent company.
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The home of data on female makers 👩‍💻

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This project touches close to home as it represents my personal experience as a maker and as a female in tech. More importantly, it draws focus toward gender inclusivity that I believe can only gain significance as we design the upcoming digital age.
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Community and mentorship for aspiring (non)techies

The NTT mission is simple - break down barriers in tech and help non-coders secure tech jobs.

With university finals out the way we're here to help students and recent grads break into tech regardless of their degree subject.

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Slack channel for instant advice

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Tell us a little about yourself, what's your name, where did you grow up and where do you live now? My name is Stephen Chap. I grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe and Liverpool, England and moved to Hertfordshire for university. I ended up moving to Hertfordshire after uni and that's where I'm currently based.
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Tell us a little about yourself, what's your name, where did you grow up and where do you live now? My name is Ina, I was born and raised in Manila, Philippines. I left when I was 23 to do my Masters in Marketing Management at the ESADE Business School in Barcelona.
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In the frenzied world of Silicon Valley, where countless races for the next big thing never end and leave little time for self-reflection, Helena Price stands as both a product and a peculiar outlier of the industry's culture.
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Where women in tech can talk about whatever we want.

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2017 was a turning point for women in tech. With an avalanche of news swirling on the web about sexual harassment allegations and the #MeToo movement spreading on social media, women are beginning to speak up. In this context, Y Combinator (YC) software engineer Cadran Cowansage announced today the official launch of Leap, an online community by women for wo… See more
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I'm excited to share an experimental project I've been working on at YC over the last 10 months. It's called Leap and it's an online community for women in tech to talk about whatever we want. Leap has ~1,500+ members who are founders, designers, marketers, software engineers, VCs, women in sales and operations, etc.
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New podcast at the junction of tech, pop culture & life ✌️

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Each week we cover the latest:

Winners 🥇

Losers 📉

Changemakers 👨‍💻👨‍💻

And debate about how tech is affecting our lives and futures 👽

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One Friday night a few years back, Elva Carri wanted to go out dancing, but her friends were either too busy or too tired to come out. What Carri decided to do next led to the beginning of what would become an exciting business adventure.
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