I grew up in Berlin Kreuzberg with two languages: German and Croatian. When I was eleven years old, my family moved to San Francisco for a year, where I went to middle school and picked up English as my third language. Back in Berlin I also took Latin and French in highschool. While being very interested in languages I also took Arts and Mathematics as my other two graduation subjects. Back then I didn't know what coding was, otherwise I would have already took Informatics as my main subject, since it combines the fun things about languages and mathematics.
Still not knowing about Coding I studied Philosophy and Historical Linguistics and it satisfied some of my curiousity about Syntax and Logics. But soon after graduating from University I realized that I still wanted more, I wanted to learn something that I really could create cool things with, useful things. So I got interested in Coding
I heard about a huge community of girls who teach coding in Berlin: RailsGirlsBerlin. And when I went to their first Beginner's Workshop, I got totally hooked. I fell in love with Ruby on Rails and took a Web Developer Course at the CareerFoundry.
In the meantime I started my first Project: ediblehood. An Application that connects all urban gardening projects in the area to give the community a chance creating green cities with neighborhood gardens and local grown food.