Professional coders aren’t necessarily male. That is what I see as an undeniable fact, but also as a statement I want to enforce in the real world. That's why I founded Girl Code, which I run with Katja Hollaar and Kristin Rieping. We organize meetups and workshops and give talks and demos, to inspire women to get into code or stay in code and raise awareness for the gender gap in the developer world. Boys are welcome too!
An Android app I've built with Meteor, with little to no coding experience, for Valentine's day 2016. Every time you click the heart-shaped button it generates a reason why "I like you". You can check out the code on Github, 'cause I put it there for future lols.
This is the balloon game I built during a Taste of Code day at Codaisseur, before I learned coding. This game isn't hosted online, but you can find the code of the game and the step by step assignment on my Github.
In 2015 I participated in a two day hackathon at Q42. For this hackathon I pitched Hooli: an IOT connected hula hoop. 'Cause, working out is boring, especially on your own. But what if your phone nudges you when your friends are beating you on their connected hula hoops? Right, you jump up and get hula hooping! Since, this hackathon was a year before I really started coding, I was mainly busy with the hardware: soldering the Arduino board to the accelerator and building the hula hoop itself. During the hackathon I posted our progress on Instagram and Twitter.
This Wordpress blog is a portfolio of all the blogposts I wrote and write professionally. Before I started coding, I wrote blogposts for Masters of Media, Merge Media and Q42. As Girl Code is alive and kicking: I'm still writing for Girl Code.