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Accenture Liquid Studio

Software Engineer

Employer

Accenture Liquid Studio

Location

Redwood City, CA

Formally based out of San Francisco, CA

Date

June 7th, 2017 to May 3rd, 2018

About

The Accenture Liquid Studios are designed for rapid application development. They help companies become built for change through new skills, processes, products and ways of working.

The Liquid Studios are purpose-built to help clients speed up innovation through rapid prototyping & app development to accelerate their next phase of digital transformation.

I was part of the Software Innovation team with my specialty being in UI development & testing.

My clients included a popular health insurance company primarily based in California and one of the biggest mobile communications company in the world.

I was in charge of

  • Developing and testing custom components using Angular & TypeScript
  • Implementing project-wide documentation
  • Spearheading new development, testing and user story management workflows and tools

Outside of client work, I was also involved in the following

  • Liquid Studio Silicon Valley On Boarding Lead
  • Technology Development Program Rewards & Recognition Action Team Lead
  • Chief Editor of the Software Innovation assets for the Liquid Studios
  • Volunteer and Participant for the 2017 West Coast Leadership Summit
  • 3rd place winner at an Alexa Hackathon hosted by Amazon and Accenture

Through Accenture, I’ve also had the wonderful opportunity to have many learning opportunities outside of work fully reimbursed. Externally, I’ve been able to attend Strange Loop and the Chrome Dev Summit. Internally, I’ve gone through training in Chicago on DevOps and Agile through the Technology Development Program, attended the West Coast Leadership Summit and won an award at the Accenture Alexa hackathon. I’ve also spoken as a representative from Accenture at the Women Who Code CONNECT 2018 conference hosted at Twitter’s HQ in SF.

Role

Software Engineer

The Liquid Studios are purpose-built to help clients speed up innovation through rapid prototyping & app development to accelerate their next phase of digital transformation.

I was part of the Software Innovation team with my specialty being in UI development & testing.

My clients included a popular health insurance company primarily based in California and one of the biggest mobile communications company in the world.

I was in charge of

  • Developing and testing custom components using Angular & TypeScript
  • Implementing project-wide documentation
  • Spearheading new development, testing and user story management workflows and tools

Outside of client work, I was also involved in the following

  • Liquid Studio Silicon Valley On Boarding Lead
  • Technology Development Program Rewards & Recognition Action Team Lead
  • Chief Editor of the Software Innovation assets for the Liquid Studios
  • Volunteer and Participant for the 2017 West Coast Leadership Summit
  • 3rd place winner at an Alexa Hackathon hosted by Amazon and Accenture

Through Accenture, I’ve also had the wonderful opportunity to have many learning opportunities outside of work fully reimbursed. Externally, I’ve been able to attend Strange Loop and the Chrome Dev Summit. Internally, I’ve gone through training in Chicago on DevOps and Agile through the Technology Development Program, attended the West Coast Leadership Summit and won an award at the Accenture Alexa hackathon. I’ve also spoken as a representative from Accenture at the Women Who Code CONNECT 2018 conference hosted at Twitter’s HQ in SF.

Clients

Code School – Top 10

Internal Liquid Studio Website

Accenture US Careers on Twitter

Going to #WWCode CONNECT 2018? Catch insights tomorrow from some of our #womenintech as they talk about #bigdata, creating success and #typescriptlang. @sonali2197 @maryqcontrary @fvcproductions

By Frances Coronel

Frances Coronel is a software engineer specializing in UI development on the Customer Acquisition Team at Slack where her mission is to make your working life simpler, more pleasant, and more productive.

She has been working professionally as a developer since 2015 and holds a Bachelors in Computer Science from Hampton University and a Masters in Computer Science from Cornell Tech.

Outside of Slack, Frances is an Executive Director of Techqueria, a 501c3 nonprofit that serves the largest community of Latinx in Tech in the US.

She also supports Code Nation as a member of their Bay Area Leadership Council and the Latino Community Foundation as a member of their Latinos in Tech Giving Circle.