Tracy Ngwena | SheCodes

Tracy Ngwena

🇿🇼 Zimbabwean living in Johannesburg, 🇿🇦 South Africa
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Tracy's Story A lot of successful women in the tech business made me want to learn how to code. Seeing their achievemnets and how it's chainging them made me want to pursue tech. I admire their leadership, and willingness to break down barriers in an area that is mostly men's. The fact that they were successful shows that a person's gender should never stop them from doing well in technology.

🙋‍♀️ Tracy's Motivation

My motivation for learning coding as an African woman stems from my desire to break down barriers. I believe that by mastering coding skills, I can empower myself and others to pursue careers in technology and contribute to the advancement of our society. Additionally, I am excited about the opportunities coding can offer in terms of job prospects and financial independence. Overall, I am determined to challenge stereotypes and make a positive impact in the tech industry as an African woman.

🤹‍♀️ Tracy's Hobbies

I play golf a lot , its a very challenging and interesting sport. I also like to read books on various topics.


Tracy's coding training

Tracy has gained access to SheCodes Plus for at no cost. It’s a 4 month coding training that’ll take her from a beginner to a professional.

She'll learn popular technologies, from HTML, CSS, JavaScript and development tools. She'll also get to build her own online portfolio to showcase to potential employers!

📦 SheCodes Plus includes all of our workshops:
1. Basics Coding Workshop (3 weeks)
2. Basics Add-on (1 week)
3. Plus Coding Workshop (8 weeks)
4. Plus Add-on (2 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.

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


Why learn how to code?

Coding knowledge creates new job opportunities, improves your analytical thinking, and enhances your personal or professional skill set.

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Gain some coding knowledge to improve your personal or professional skill set.

Improve Your Analytical Thinking

Learning how to code improves your analytical thinking, which is a critical skill to have in the workplace.


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