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She had not considered computer science because she thought it was too nerdy, but her older brother pestered her to take the introductory course. “I had that epiphany moment and realized how much I love it,” she said. At the Ada Developers Academy in downtown Seattle, a selective tuition-free program is teaching women - many with little or no coding experience - to become programmers. Michelle McCarthy, 35, worked in retail selling computers and electronics and had no coding experience before she enrolled in the yearlong program in May.
At the TUNE-sponsored house during the first week of school, Mandyam and her twin sister, Karishma, bonded with their new housemates over dinner and reunited with another freshman whom they had met at a girls coding camp. Lilian Liang, a sophomore, described how stressful it was when she took the introductory computer science courses last year. While she found some women to talk to, she’s looking forward to having a built-in network of mentors and women who share her interests in computer science.
This is a major plus point for desktops, as their better processors mean better ability to long run new software. These processors are especially fit for sophisticated editing of images and video, for which a larger screen also wouldn’t go amiss. 5-inch and 27-inch iMac models, and those displays should better bring to life the gorgeous visuals possible with discrete graphics systems. These systems offer especially strong graphics performance, but appear more often in Apple’s desktop computers than its notebook offerings.