I think Google Photos is a great product that I personally admire the work behind. But it has its limitations. If you’re using it as a cloud option for your sweet memories, you may have noticed that it offers the search by someone’s face, by objects, landmarks, cities…

However, it’s…


When you think of Maldives, you just think about mind-blowing resorts right? Well the country has also mind-blowing youth tech skills. As technology open job markets and elevates more people. Women In Tech Maldives advocates for hiring based on merit not gender, as well as encouraging to implement policies to…


Now Marseille may remind you of sunny beaches and lovely soaps. But it has rocking ladies as well. Fazia has one hell of the story to share from quitting highschool to founding her own web agency after she was so done with the system. As Shirley Chisholm said : “Ladies…


Once you open an app or a website looking for information, a service or a product, your user-journey mapping starts. You may not be aware of all the techniques used to smooth your browsing experience or just to appeal to you. …


Job searching is a frustrating process. Everyone dreads it. You’re a lovely human-being whose being pushed out of comfort zone to “sell” your profile. The mentally destabilizing interviews styles are outdated. Some companies like Goshaba are trying to improve the interviewing process with innovative approaches: Not that a robot will…


Graduating from a Computer Science university doesn’t mean you will end up being a geek who becomes a coding night owl. That stereotype image is very limited. The beauty of I.T is that there are essential professions that don’t require 8 hours of coding daily. …


Work cultures differ from one country to another. A joke your co-worker makes may be acceptable in France but not in Japan. Sometimes, we get offended by what other people insensitively say. How does one navigate these situations professionally?

Before joining university, Kome Emuh, Vice President — COO Global Markets…


I think every female engineer found herself one day as a minority whether in a uni auditorium, an engineering meetup or a meeting room. Nope, we don’t get any privilege but it pushes us more to shine bright like a diamond.

Sharon Malio, a Data Analyst at World Food Programme…


Most women have the imposter syndrome, seldom we know it. Sometimes, we look at female heroes and think that we could never make it there. As I want this blog to be our voice, a voice for women from different career stages. It’s important to shed the light on women…


Amanda Obidike, a certified professional in STEM by the Open University, United Kingdom and Executive Director of STEMi Makers Africa, has created sustainable and implementable projects in 78 underserved communities across 17 Sub-Saharan countries by preparing the next generation of Africans with STEM lucrative opportunities in becoming experienced for Africa’s…

Moona Balghouthi

Software Eng~Data Scientist, Into People, Social Entrepreneurship & Adventures !

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