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The New Girl Code Tumi Letsatsi is ayear old melanin kween living in Rondebosch, Cape Town Her favourite colour is yellow, she s still trying to figure out how not to dent her afro on the bus, and how one goes about ahem french kissing She s a little awkward and a lot uncertain about her future, friendships and how to put together a cool outfit But then she stumbles across the magic of coding and creates an app called Project Prep that goes viral and rockets her and her friends to fame Then everything starts to fall apart, as she deals with a catfish who befriends her and steals her code, nasty rumours at school and the newfound attention of a crushThe New Girl Code by Niki Smit, locally edited by Buhle Ngaba is about the wonders of working in tech, aimed at girls and young women aged The project is an initiative of Inspiring Fifty and based on an idea by Janneke Niessen

About the Author: Niki Smit

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10 thoughts on “The New Girl Code

  1. Jessica Jessica says:

    I received a copy of this book for free for promotional purposes.This was such an inspiring read for young girls and teens Story time When I was in college, I wanted to major in computer science so I took a programming class I ended up failing it the class was A B C no credit so it didn t hurt my GPA I just couldn t understand how any of what we were learn

  2. Isabelle Hill Isabelle Hill says:

    First, let me say just because I didn t like this book doesn t mean that you won t like it Also, I have nothing against the author I was sent a copy of this book and in exchange for an honest review and promotion All opinions are my own.This book was made so cute, the little illustrations throughout the book were adorable Unfortunately, that was one of the few thin

  3. Angela Hagerfamilyreads Angela Hagerfamilyreads says:

    I was sent a copy of The New Girl Code in exchange for an honest review and promotion All opinions are my own.As the wife of a tech entrepreneur and business owner, I am a big supporter of girls and women in STEM tech especially So I jumped at the chance to support this book.The story is told perfectly teenagery The angst, the self doubt, the friendships, the ups, the downs

  4. Munira Munira says:

    This book was really cute Some of the conflicts were solved a little too easily but other than that it was adorable I also love the idea behind the book and the little facts and helpful advice about coding and websites where you can learn to code

  5. Nabila Nabila says:

    An absolutely adorable book about a girl standing her ground and breaking out of her shell both with friends and code Love how it realistically showed what social media is like with teens today instead of pretending it doesn t exist.

  6. Indira Indira says:

    A quick read to inspire the younger generation of girls to code This book eases into the fact that how anyone with a passion and what wants to provide a solution via an application can start coding irrespective of their age I will definitely recommend this to my younger cousins.

  7. B.D. Harris B.D. Harris says:

    Written much in the same vein as the Spud novels, The New Girl Code is a hilarious tale for tween and teen girls to discover capturing what coming of age in South Africa for girls is like, and celebrating women in the tech world in a fresh way.

  8. Chelsea Chelsea says:

    Thank you Kaffeine Media for sending me a copy of The New Girl Code The launch of a fashion app in exchange for a review All opinions are my own as usual This was such a fun book perfect for inspiring young girls to start coding Charlie is a high schooler just trying to fit in with her friends She joins the soccer team, but knows she would rather join the coding club Determined to not let the lack of spaces in the cod

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