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Female Engineers at Bloomberg Share Words of Wisdom

Below is an article originally written by PowerToFly Partner Bloomberg, and published on September 25, 2018. Go to Bloomberg's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

For anyone at the beginning of their career, sound advice from someone more experienced can be invaluable. This is especially true in the ever-evolving (and majority male) world of technology. Being a woman in tech presents both opportunities and challenges, making guidance from others in the industry all the more important.

Here, with that in mind, female engineers at Bloomberg share the bits of wisdom they've learned in creating and growing their own dynamic, challenging, and rewarding careers in technology.

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No Slackers Here: 4 Tips for Successfully Learning to Code

Learning To Code Is Hard, But You Can Do It!

Learning new skills can be frustrating. The natural ups and downs on the path to progress can cause learners to become stuck, encounter mental blocks, or even give up altogether. As a former college professor in the field of education, I can say with certainty, a little knowledge about educational psychology goes a long way when you want to be a successful student of code. With a few tips, you can take charge of your learning and persevere.

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