- — Mamie A. Parker (@mamieparker)Wed, Jul 15 2015 11:30:58
- — Viviana Hurtado, PhD (@vivianahurtado)Tue, Jul 14 2015 20:53:34
- — Kalimah Priforce (@priforce)Wed, Jul 15 2015 18:51:41
- — Viviana Hurtado, PhD (@vivianahurtado)Tue, Jul 14 2015 18:00:15
- — All Tech Considered (@npralltech)Wed, Jul 15 2015 13:16:23.@aroduribe we learned a great deal about you from your article: https://modelviewculture.com/pieces/the-untitled-life-of-alex-rodriguez-fall-get-up-through-the-lens-of-a-latino-coder … Tell us about your @CODE2040 fellowship #RaceOnTech
- — Alex Rodriguez (@aroduribe)Wed, Jul 15 2015 13:20:11
- — CODE2040 (@CODE2040)Wed, Jul 15 2015 18:16:29
- How did you get started in tech?
- — Chris Boudy (@chrisboudy)Wed, Jul 15 2015 14:00:38
- — Chris Boudy (@chrisboudy)Wed, Jul 15 2015 14:08:53First computer was a gift! I broke it trying to learn it. My uncle bought another and I broke that one as well lol https://twitter.com/npralltech/status/621318941957312512 …
- — Chris Boudy (@chrisboudy)Wed, Jul 15 2015 14:10:04He told me it was okay because I was learning: hardware/software and eventually learned how not to break but create https://twitter.com/npralltech/status/621318941957312512 …
#RaceOnTech Day 3
Join this social storytelling project & meet emerging and experienced people of color running the STEM engine of this country. Today Chris Boudy, Alex Rodriguez, and Mamie Parker share their thoughts using #RaceOnTech. A collaboration between @NPRAllTech & member stations throughout the country.
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