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Nadya Primak
Renaissance woman in tech who codes, writes, makes games & art.🇷🇺🇺🇸 Blogging at
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Nadya Primak Nov 14
My first 3 author copies of Foot in the Door arrived today! Eeeee this is so exciting 😍😍😍
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Nadya Primak Nov 11
Replying to @birarakisarap
I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels this way! You are absolutely valid and its so important to have people who know how to speak both design and code languages
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Nadya Primak Nov 11
Replying to @greenoid_de
I also love photography! Honestly I dabble in a ton of different creative areas, games is just the one that is most time consuming. But I always feel like I need to scratch that creative itch
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Nadya Primak Nov 10
My first published article on hackernoon!
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Nadya Primak Nov 8
Two weeks after the launch of my free ebook, Foot in the Door, I wanted to share some stats about my marketing success thus far. For all other and out there struggling, I know how it feels. is hard!
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Stefano Vozza Nov 3
Now that we're talking about billionaires, your periodic reminder that the Panama Papers revealed the scale of these people's tax evasion and the only thing that happened was one of the journalists who helped break the story was murdered.
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Nadya Primak Nov 3
Replying to @emilybuckshot
I really appreciate people like you who continue to help people wanting to break in even when these guys are so dense. I've been working on breaking in for a while but there aren't a lot of opportunities in my city :(
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Nadya Primak Nov 1
I feel this tweet on so many levels
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Kristen Seversky Nov 1
It's 2019 and I'm still reading shit takes about how women "aren't biologically built for tech." Guys, if you don't help to dispel this garbage, then you're part of the ongoing problem.
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Nadya Primak Nov 1
Replying to @venikunche
Thanks Veni!!!
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Nadya Primak Nov 1
Replying to @venikunche
Thats amazing! The scariest thing I've done is put myself out there by posting my free ebook all over social media. On one hand I'm excited to have more followers but on the other I'm terrified of negative feedback
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Nadya Primak Oct 31
So yes it is Halloween, but it is also LAUNCH DAY for the Just F*ing Ship it Challenge on so honored to have my book featured alongside these awesome products. Foot in the Door: My Self-Taught Journey to Becoming a SWE is officially out!
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Nadya Primak Oct 30
Agreed. With all the terminology out there its really easy to get overwhelmed. Many programmers forget what its like starting out.
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Nadya Primak Oct 28
Learning React, Redux, Node, and MySQL. I am one with the valley of despair
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Nadya Primak Oct 27
Couldn't have said it better myself
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Nadya Primak Oct 25
Final stretch! 17K words complete on my book for about how I got my foot into the door in tech. Just one more chapter left, making a landing page, and doing some formatting. Get excited everyone!
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Nadya Primak Oct 25
Everybody should get this console cat. Console cat is life. Console cat is everything.
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Nadya Primak Oct 23
Just registered for , MeetEdgar’s free digital event for solo business owners, freelancers, and entrepreneurs. Looking forward to the sessions. Check it out:
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Nadya Primak Oct 22
Another week during , another blog posting featuring an excerpt from my book! Chapter two is about the programming classes I took in college and pros and cons of learning in the traditional classroom setting.
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Nadya Primak Oct 22
This attitude has always driven me nuts. I used to resent my liberal arts education for how expensive it was and how I still had to teach myself to code afterward to make a decent wage, but sticking your nose up at learning anything besides coding is equally obnoxious.
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