The stories we tell can counter stereotypes, reframe the ideas usually associated with specific careers, and you can also teach your children about the technology around them.
"The hugging algorithm" has been one of the winners at the European Robotics Week 2020 short story competition. Read the short story in English and Spanish.
Video for the ERW2020 on how Zerus & Ona can encourage young kids to become curious about what technology is and how it works.
Conversation with Ellen Twomey on how to get kids interested in tech from an early age, changing careers, and how motherhood influences life's choices.
During this episode, we talked about finding purpose as a new mom, having a creative outlet, and building a practice for it. We also touched on the process of making a book and how I use intuitive writing to create stories.
It's #CSEducationWeek and we're running our own Hour of Code with a mega, mega challenging project!
The book that I've been working on for such a long time is finally out and Zerus & Ona are slowly meeting The Human World. All orders are now being processed and you'll have your copy in your hands very soon!
During this interview we discuss the challenges of parenthood, how I used intuitive writing to create the first book of Zerus & Ona, and how to bring up our kids with the right technical mindset.
On December 12 we'll be gathering to celebrate the official launch of Zerus gets a Virus and it'd be mega, mega awesome if you (and your little Humans!) could join to celebrate! 🎉
In 2015 I attended the EuRuKo Conference in Salzburg, where a friend of mine gave a Lightning Talk. I remember him preparing his slides while sitting next to me and I thought "Wow, that's such a cool thing to do!".
You can now listen to my interview with Miha from the Parallel Passion Podcast, where we ended up talking about EVERY-THING from architecture, bootcamps, teaching, consumption vs creation, journaling, to social media.
I started to work as a programmer when I was 30 years old. Ever since I have been either programming, or teaching others about it. But I didn't get into computer science easily. Back in college I studied architecture instead and here's why.