Ahlem Arbi | SheCodes

Ahlem Arbi

🇹🇳 Tunisian living in Ariana, 🇹🇳 Tunisia
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Ahlem's Story Use it as an outlet for creativity. You can create anything with the right lines of code – cartoons, websites, and software programs are just the most ... 2. Link coding to your other interests. If you love to read, you can use coding to build a website to write your own book reviews or blog about books you love ... 3. Keep a goal in mind. If you set out to learn coding just for the sake of learning how to code, you might not stay interested in it. Instead, have a specific ...

🙋‍♀️ Ahlem's Motivation

My motivation for learning how to code with SheCodes is that I would love to acquire the skill in order to become more valuable to myself and employer. I was also motivated by the use of technology in this modern days and how relevant it is in our everyday life.

🤹‍♀️ Ahlem's Hobbies

For me, hobbies evoke two things: fun and creativity. I like to play chess because it improves my competitive spirit. I like to listen to music, watch a movie or a TV series to distract myself. I love to write love poems, funny stories and children's stories

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Ahlem's coding training

Ahlem has gained access to SheCodes Pro for at no cost. It’s a 6 month coding training that’ll take her from a beginner to a professional.

She'll learn everything that SheCodes has to offer, from HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to React, Responsive development, and development tools. She'll also get to build her own online portfolio to showcase to potential employers!

📦 SheCodes Pro includes all of our workshops:
1. SheCodes Basics (3 weeks)
2. SheCodes Plus (8 weeks)
3. SheCodes Responsive (5 weeks)
4. SheCodes React (6 weeks)

She’ll gain access to each portion after finishing the preceding portion. She’ll build up her coding knowledge gradually along the way. 🙌

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SheCodes Foundation Mission

Women currently hold 25% of coding jobs and earn 30% less money than men. In most developing countries, more than 65% of women don't have bank accounts and cannot afford to invest in their education. Female refugees also don’t have many opportunities to invest in their education and improve their career horizon - they often work in unskilled, undervalued, and low-paid informal sectors.

SheCodes is here to help provide women in developing countries and women who are refugees with the opportunity to learn how to code for free. SheCodes offers a solid introduction to product development, product design and product management.

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