Welcome to Miss Tech podcast, a podcast for women looking to change careers and women who are looking for more information on advancing their careers in the tech industry.
Why are we doing this podcast?
Because we are obsessed with talking, podcasts, and learning more coding skills.
How is this different from all of the other resources out there?
This will have a lot of similar information to wonderful resources like Women Who Code, Girls Who Code, Black Girls Code, etc., the difference is that we are a podcast! As women who love getting information from listening sources, we want to create a podcast where you can simultaneously get information, be inspired and get connected to a plethora of wonderful women in the tech industry.
Why is the podcast only coming out once every three weeks?
For now that’s all we have the time and budget for. We are hoping that as the show grows so will the podcasts we are able to produce.
How can you contribute?
We are an independent podcast that would love to hear your feedback so we can make the podcast better and we can grow with you. If you are interested in being a guest, hosting a segment, asking a question, donating, or anything else you would like to add, please go to our contact page and get in touch!
Nicole Cherie Peoples is a lover of podcasts, kale, tech, talking and anything remotely related to criminal investigation. She started Miss Tech as a way to combine her intense struggle to stop listening to unending streams of podcasts and gain productivity along with her need to talk after eight or more hours of silent coding.
Currently Nicole resides in Seattle, WA and is a Junior Front End Developer at a medium sized company that is owned my a much larger parent company. While she’s not building websites, she spends her time learning how to become a better developer and wondering where she can find more time to learn even more. When she’s not doing that, she’s probably listening to Another Round while walking her dog Stella.
Cassi is a Seattle-based designer and writer. By day she’s a Web Production Artist focusing on social media design and junior web development tasks. Although she really discovered her love of coding and design a little later in life, she’s jumped in feet-first and spends far too much time trying to learn new things on FreeCodeCamp or Skillshare (among too many others to list here).
By night she’s hanging out with her dog Leia, spending time at a local brewery, playing video games or doing volunteer marketing for a local Seattle nonprofit. There’s sleep somewhere in all of that too. Promise.