Yliya Zubakhina | SheCodes

Yliya Zubakhina

🇺🇦 Ukrainian living in Dnipro, 🇺🇦 Ukraine
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Yliya's Story I become interested in universit but l had another faculty. Then I work like sales analist with big data tables. I whanted to change sales department to IT for working whith programming. I had a baby and my carrier stoped. I word like a mother during three years. Then I had a smol privet sales bussnes, and then the war began.

🙋‍♀️ Yliya's Motivation

I dream about this skill for many years but I had no time, motivation. Now in my country war, i lost my bussines and have all my time for studying. I understud that distans proffession is good for all situation, i can learn and work under a bombs and air reids. It is time for changes.

🤹‍♀️ Yliya's Hobbies

Now for fun i read fantastic books. Befor war my hobbie was crossfit trannigs, I like to overcame miself.

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