My name is Ludwine, I am 31. After a Master’s degree in maths, I chose to learn to code to become a software engineer. In 2010, I started my first job as a Java developer, and I now work as a Data Engineer so I can combine code, math and data.
Quickly I got involved in promoting women in tech through the Duchess France association for 3 years, and now with the Ladies of Code community.
I love traveling, and Asia has always attracted me. So I took the plunge and decided to realize one of my dreams: backpack across Asia in the next months to discover new cultures, different ways of living and thinking.
Being a technology passionate, I intend to meet tech and women communities, and learn about the local culture and the ecosystem.
Take off, December 11, 2015 from Paris.
Travel route: Nepal, Malaysia, Myanmar, Sinapore, Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia!
I hope this project will provide another look on the tech scene in Asia. Also, I would like to build lasting connections with initiatives and communities I will encounter, a good way to continue learning from each other.
On this blog, I will share with you my discoveries, my impressions and my thoughts about the tech culture and ecosystems over there. And off course some (nice) photos too.
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