Marizabelle Aldana | SheCodes

Marizabelle Aldana

🇬🇹 Guatemalan living in Guatemala, 🇬🇹 Guatemala
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Marizabelle's Story When I was 14 years old. I used to watch videos and do research for my own. I made simple webpages (nowadays I lost all my coding knowledge as this was long ago and I didn't keep practicing), I used to make Disk partitions on laptop and install other OS such as Ubuntu Linux.

🙋‍♀️ Marizabelle's Motivation

I have always been in love with Tech, I attempted to do Computer Science and Engineering career but I could not afford my studies, I left it aside but I would love to continue my Coding studies, then I found you guys and it was like the light at the end of the tunnel.

🤹‍♀️ Marizabelle's Hobbies

My hobbies are reading books, playing videogames, watching films, specially Sci-Fi movies, learning new languages, I'm currently into Japanese language, improving my English, I also like to watch videos about how's tech and gaming industry, to be up to date. I also do take care of my rescued cats, spend time and have fun with them, and las but not least, I love going for night walks.


Marizabelle's coding training

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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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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.

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