Discover Tech Women on YouTube

written by Marie Last updated on January 23, 2018

Published on September 12, 2016

Tech Women Youtube

 

One day, I was searching for tech women on YouTube and I had some trouble in finding any. I thought that was very sad and I needed to do something!

Therefore, I asked my followers on Instagram if they knew any channels and I found some of them by myself with a couple more in depth research. There are not many, so we need to promote them! If you know of other women who create videos on YouTube, do not hesitate to share the channel in the comments of this article. I will be happy to add it to this list!

Tech Women on YouTube

General Tech Videos 

Me, Girl Knows Tech

I have not posted a lot of tech videos yet, but it’s coming! My goal with my channel is to show what it’s like to be a woman in tech through vlogs at conferences or hackathons for example! 🙂

 

Kalina Edwards

Kalina is still learning to code and gives her subscribers some tips and tricks, while we follow her journey! I find that her videos are very inspiring and can help many people who want to start programming but do not know where to start. She posts two videos per week and has very good advice!

YouTube – Instagram – Twitter

RuseBerry

A channel mostly about web development. She posts 3 videos per week, which is amazing!

Related | What brings women into coding?

Mayuko

 

Code By Sisters

ElevatedTech

Coding Blonde

 

Reviews 

Erica Griffin

The Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff

I love watching videos of Erica! As she puts it on her page patreon, her reviews are with a “brutal honesty” and it’s completely true. She says what she thinks, she is full of energy and her videos are fun to watch. I recommend you to visit her YouTube channel!

While her most popular video (she plunges a phone in water) has several million views, it is very easy to get in touch with Erica and ask her questions – that’s what I like about her!

Youtube – Patreon – Website


Mobile Tech Reviews

Channel that looks very professional with reviews on a wide variety of products. They also have a website founded in 1998. It is maintained by a group of people that like technology, but Lisa Gade is the chief editor and founder.

YoutubeWebsite – Twitter

iJustine

I subscribed to iJustine a long time ago… since I created my YouTube account! I will let you discover un channel, if you don’t already know her !

 

 

Amanda Woolsey

I discovered this youtuber after I published this article. I didn’t know her before! Her videos are well edited and deserves to be watched!

Krystal Key

Another discovery thanks to Twitter. Her reviews are well edited and fun to watch.

TwitterInstagram

TechMe0ut

She has very original videos and her channel stands out! When I saw this video with a tiny drone, I couldn’t resist and I pick this video for the article.

I love drones and I still can’t fly one properly but oh well. I’m doing my best!!

TwitterInstagramFacebook

NothingButTech88

A very inspiring woman!

Twitter

 

Organizations

Girls Who Code

This YouTube channel is managed by a non-profit organization aiming to reduce the gap between the number of men and women in technology and engineering.

Lately, the channel has published a series of satirical videos emitting wacky theories about why women can’t be programmers. Also, a video series “My Code” is underway and a new episode comes out every Thursday. This series follows four women who share their perspective on how to learn to code.

YouTubeWebsite

 

 

Made With Code

I am very glad I found this channel, just before pressing the button to publish this article! I love all the videos that are posted : they are always very interesting and well edited. We can learn about more unconventional careers, such as director of photography at Pixar Studios. Who would have imagined one day to perform a similar work? 🙂

YouTubeTwitter – Website

 

 

Related | Empowering Hashtags for Women

 

 

 

 

Fashion / Tech Reviews

Stephanie Carls

Have you ever heard about Ringly?! If not, you need to watch this video! It is an awesome gadget for any woman – so beautiful and original.

TwitterWebsite

Jessica Naziri

Jessica Naziri is an inspiring woman to me. It seems like she’s everywhere and doing everything just like it needs to be! Follow her and you will understand what I’m talking about! 🙂

TwitterWebsiteInstagramFacebook



 

Tutorials

BlondieBytes

Her videos are all informative and she explains to you how to code certains things!

 

 

Tiffany

Videos about anything she wants to share about tech 🙂

 

Vim Girl

 

 

Hardware

Simone Giertz 

Estefannie Explains it All

Estefannie : a brilliant woman who’s down to earth and very easy to talk to. She is amazing! Read my interview with her!

Instagram

Jen Foxbot

I love the channel! I discovered it through someone on Instagram. She builds unusual objects and guides us to create our own.

YouTube – Website – Instagram

Related | Browse all my Women in Tech Blog Posts 

 

Conclusion

In conclusion, even though I know I repeat myself, but if you know of other YouTube channels, please suggest me by leaving a comment on this article. I can add to this list.

Please share this article to promote those awesome YouTube Channels!

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9 comments

Parikshit March 3, 2017 - 9:03 pm

BlondieBytes is really awesome as well! Her 30 days of code video is really awesome!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4DwZ2VXM2KWtzHjVk9M_xg/featured

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Maricris Bonzo October 5, 2017 - 4:40 pm

Hello!

My name is Maricris and I recently started a Youtube Channel called Vim Girl. In the channel I release weekly videos guiding people through Vim Golf challenges. I also make demo videos of cool API’s. I plan on making more how-to videos on web-development as well.

My long term goal is to join the movement in disrupting the current norm of there being not enough women teaching tech in Youtube. This is why I am so excited to have found your blog! You helped me find the amazing women who are doing exactly what I am doing! Thank you so much for promoting these women. It’s inspiring to see women coming together as a community to support each other.

Let’s keep it going!

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Marie October 29, 2017 - 7:52 pm

Hi Maricris! 😀

I will add you right away to the blog post! 🙂 xx

Good luck with your YouTube channel! I just started mine as well! 🙂

Marie

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Vikki | Cuteek (@cuteek) July 1, 2018 - 7:16 pm

Thanks for these suggestions, I’m making my way through the list! I’m just starting out on my learning to code journey, day 16 at the moment.

Do you know of any similar tech channels in Spanish? I’m learning Spanish too so I thought I might kill 2 birds with one stone so to speak lol.

Thanks 😀

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Marie July 13, 2018 - 5:12 pm

Hello!
I don’t, unfortunately! 🙁
Maybe try some tech keywords in Spanish!
Marie

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Selen in Tech August 4, 2018 - 4:15 am

Hello Maria i have a youtube channel too,i add english sub soon.And make a arduino tutorials soon My youtube channels name Selen in Tech.It’s inspiring to see women coming together as a community to support each other.Thank you for everything about you re doing

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Marie August 9, 2018 - 8:33 pm

Hello Selen,

That’s awesome that you are on YouTube! Continue! 🙂

Marie

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