Having been in the legal profession for over a decade, I started to feel stuck, discontent and itching for more. I knew I wanted to transition into the Tech Industry but struggled with the thought of seeming to abandon Law.
When you were a younger girl, it’s likely nobody ever mentioned the possibility of you growing up to be a woman in tech.
Following the social conditioning many of us ladies got, this industry wasn’t a top choice or thought for
It’s 2021 and women are gradually breaking free from stereotypes that made us believe tech was a man’s world and that to be in tech you must learn to code.There are several non coding tech roles, and women are killing
Do you know that Business Analysts with just 1-4 years experience earn above two million naira on an average, yearly? So as a beginner you can also earn big.
Let’s quickly redefine who a Business Analyst is, before we get down
Heels and Tech is dedicated to helping women start careers in the tech space. That’s why we’ve created this large resource guide to provide you with both free and paid learning materials for both non coding and coding tech fields.
I am often caught between whether I should be a Data Analyst or Data Scientist and I’m sure I am not the only one. Some people go as far as mixing Data Analysis with Business Analysis, now to solving this
A lot of effort has been put towards promoting gender equality and women’s inclusiveness across all sectors of life. Although the presence of women across all careers is evident these days, some sectors still have fewer women representation. One of
Shefunmi Durojaiye is the Country Programme Manager at Oracle Academy. She is also a certified Project Manager for 5years and counting. In this interview, she shares her experience of how she transitioned into the Tech Industry from working as an