Thanks for the shout out! That link, is unfortunately, super old! The better one is here: http://skillcrush.com/category/editorial/resources/tech-term/
Being a geek isn’t a bad thing anymore. These days—especially in the startup world—it can get you far.
So, to help you embrace your love of all things tech this week, we’ve gathered up articles on everything from digging into code to learning the tech scene lingo to, well, just learning to fix your computer without calling Geek Squad.
- Even if you’re not a coding genius, if you own a computer you should make sure you know how to do these 10 things. (Lifehacker)
- Prepare yourself for any tech emergency by investing in these household tools. (Apartment Therapy)
- Want to show your love for all things digital? Try these computer inspired accessories. (Brit & Co.)
- Take some time to brush up on your technical vocabulary. (Skillcrush)
- Connect with other girl geeks in one of these great organizations for women in technology. (Tech Cocktail)
- Read what inspired this woman to start Girls Who Code. (The Glass Hammer)
- Thinking of applying to Hacker School or another coding program? Hear this alum’s perspective. (Women 2.0)
- Ready to take the leap into a career in tech? Check out these tips for choosing the right one for you. (Careerealism)
Want more? Check out some of our great articles that embrace the best tech has to offer.
Wish you could get a job in tech, or just want to be able to add new features to your website? Read on for ways to learn how to code, and then get started—you could be developing full applications in as little as three months!
Our tech columnist sat down (over free food, of course) with three Google engineers to get the scoop on what it’s like to be a female programmer at one of the biggest tech hubs in the world.