Hannah Howard’s tech career gets a boost from education, empathy, and open source

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After studying computer science in college, Hannah Howard found herself burnt out of tech at the ripe old age of 22. She spent the next ten years focused on education and social progress, before making her way back into programming.

She now works as a developer, and as part of her work she’s helped build a Rails-Angular integration framework. She continues to educate developers, and shares her thoughts on the challenges people face when they’re new to programming.


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