I shouldn’t have replied to a troll account but I’m glad I did to put the discussion to rest for any would-be future detractor. Anyway, you can check out the list published on HackerNoon on Medium HERE or on the official Black Women Tech page here! Methodology: We selected those who update their accounts regularly, and usually share news, information, images, ideas and tips related to inclusion, the celebration of diversity in tech and the elevation of underrepresented groups. Ideally, the majority of the content shared by these women is not self-promotional but instructive and shared to edify followers while expressing themselves, their passions and their opinions and authentic selves. We could not add accounts that are set to Private. What’s New: This 2018 year of honorees includes a lot more code newbies and active members of the Twitter community that are millenials, many are college students and young professionals, innovators and founders who are under 25. We wanted to maintain a robust list of active users of this social media platform’s most informative, influential and engaging tweeters! FOLLOW ALL: If you are on Twitter, you can follow everyone on this list at once by following this Twitter List!
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