When I look back on my journey into hacking, cyber security and the computer sciences I realize that I wouldn’t have gotten to where I am today were it not for the tons of help that I received online. Websites like this one helped me to develop the skills I needed to do what I wanted, but it was the community behind those sites and the people who operated them that were crucial in refining those skills so I could make a career out of my interests.
That’s why I’m always interested in hearing from people who think I may be able to help them with their digital journeys. There are plenty of reasons why you should get in touch with me.
You Need Help With Coding
My early adventures into hacking were always less about what I could do when I’d breached a system and more about figuring out how to do it in the first place. It was that rush of accomplishment that I always enjoyed and it’s why I’m now able to do the opposite in my work and still enjoy it. I want to help all of my visitors achieve the same feeling, so please do get in touch with me if there is a coding issue that you are struggling with that you think I may be able to help with. All I ask is that you have given the problem a crack yourself, as I don’t think anybody can learn anything if they get it all done for them.
You Have Recommendations
I’m always interested in hearing about new hardware and software, which is why I welcome recommendations from the community for things I should try out. You’ve probably already noticed that the blog plays host to a fair few reviews and one of my aims is to make sure that visitors have all of the information they need so they buy products that will help them with their goals. If you have sampled a hardware of software that you think I should hear about then please get in touch. You may even be able to write your own review for it right on this very site.
You Have Advice To Offer
There are constant changes in the worlds of computer science and programming and I’m not going to claim that I can keep up with them all. I’ll do my best to stay on top of things, but sometimes I am going to call on the community here at The Hacker Chick Blog to help me. That’s where you come in, as the advice you provide can help me to make this blog better, plus you can steer me in the right direction to ensure my posts are accurate and helpful to the people who come here.
Linking To The Blog
As a general rule, I’m more than happy for people to link to the content posted on The Hacker Chick Blog. After all, your link can help me to build my audience, which is always going to be a positive for me. However, if you are going to post that link alongside excerpts from the content hosted on the site I do ask that you ask permission to do so first.
Of course, you should also contact me if you have any feedback at all about the site. So now you just need to know how to get in touch.
The contact form at the bottom of this page will let you send a quick message across to me, but if you want to make sure that I see your message as quickly as possible please send it to email@example.com.