This post organizes my collective works to make them easier to find, read, and enjoy.
In 2105 I created Code Like A Girl. My goal was to break down the perception that women are not able to thrive in tech. Over three years I built Code Like A Girl into a Global Publication with over 40 000 followers and 3000 hits a day. In 2018 I handed the organization over to Olivia Mischianti who has now transformed it into Empowered By Code.
Dinah Davis - Code Like A Girl
Read writing from Dinah Davis in Code Like A Girl. Founder of Code Like A Girl and Director of R&D at Arctic Wolf…
My top 5 Code Like A Girl Stories
Teach Kids To code — No experience Necessary!
Do you want to expose your child to how to program, but don’t know where to start? Are you a teacher that would like to…
How to Change the Tech Gender Ratio
What tech companies should do to attract more women
I have over 20 years of experience in Cyber Security. Here are some of my non-tech friendly posts to help people become more secure online!
2016: The Year I Recovered from an Eating Disorder
In 2014 I was diagnosed with an eating disorder. I was not anorexic, I did not have a binge eating disorder, and I was…
Why You Should Throw Out Your Scale
What would happen if you didn’t weigh yourself for a week?
I Finally Stopped the Hamster in my Head
The most destructive part of my eating disorder was the hamster wheel that spun in my head and still tries to start up…
Revlon Super Lustrous Iced Amethyst
How I stood in solidarity with my grandma in her fight against Alzheimer’s
Exposing children to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) at an early age in important. Some of the best ways to do this is through play.
STEM Toys — 2015 edition
I was in a toy store this weekend and saw some great STEM toys for children (and some adults too). It made me realize…
These posts focus on local happenings in Kitchener and Waterloo
Code Like A Girl Q&A
I ask questions to the Code Like A Girl community and add my perspective on it.