Pro Tips with Jimmy Hua, Salesforce and Asian Leaders Alliance

Sep 21, 2023, 5:00 – 6:00 PM

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Join us as we chat with Jimmy Hua, Lead Software Engineer at Salesforce and Co-President and Founder of Asian Leaders Alliance. He'll offer his advice and challenge some myths about breaking into tech and computer science. Be sure to check out the rest of this week’s livestreams where we’ll get pro tips from experts at Meta, OpenAI, and more! 

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About this event

Join us as we chat with Jimmy Hua, Lead Software Engineer at Salesforce and Co-President and Founder of Asian Leaders Alliance. He'll offer his advice and challenge some myths about breaking into tech and computer science. Be sure to check out the rest of this week’s livestreams where we’ll get pro tips from experts at Meta, OpenAI, and more! 

About our guest:

Jimmy Hua is a software engineer with great interest in software methodologies and processes. He has held various roles at Salesforce including technical staff and lead software engineer for Salesforce Essentials and Salesforce for SMB. Jimmy is also the co-president and founder of Asian Leaders Alliance, a global alliance of Asian E/BRG leaders representing 600+ organizations and community partners since 2017.

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  • Fede GL

    Codecademy

    Community Manager

  • Mariana B

    Codecademy

    Community Manager

  • Jonathan T

    Codecademy

    Head of Community

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