DWP Digital recently hosted an 8 week course for not-for-profit organisation Code First: Girls to help improve gender diversity in technology. Software engineer Pooja Malhotra talks about her experience as an instructor and what she hopes the women will take away from the course.
Pooja Malhotra, software engineer, DWP Digital
DWP Digital’s Digital Voices programme is helping women in the organisation build their confidence, learn digital skills and grow their networks. In this blog post, four of the Digital Voices explain why they’re taking part and what they’re getting out …
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