Meet the American airline software developer who is only 19 years old

  • A young software developer recently announced that he had secured a great offer from one of the largest airlines in the United States.
  • Makhya Wilridge revealed that at a young age of 19, she is currently a full-time employee of American Airlines
  • The overjoyed young woman said the journey was very difficult but God’s help was with her through it all.

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A gorgeous young lady by the name of Makhya Wilridge recently took to social media to celebrate getting a job as a software developer with American Airlines at a very young age.

The post seen by on Makhya’s LinkedIn timeline, she shared that she got her full-time job when she was 19.

Makhya in her graduation gown and posing for the camera Photo credit: Makhya Wilridge/LinkedIn
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“I am fortunate to announce that at age 19, I accepted a full-time offer with American Airlines as a software developer in Dallas after graduation!”

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Makhya went ahead to express her gratitude to God for guiding her on the right path and admitted that the journey to get her job was not easy and she is happy that her hard work finally paid off .

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“I thank God for guiding me to become a BLACK WOMAN IN TECH! This process has not been easy at all! There were many times when I wanted to quit, but I kept going and I ‘ve chosen faith over my fears! It’s a blessing to see all my hard work pay off!”

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Meanwhile, reported earlier that a smart young man by the name of John Oseni recently spoke about his journey to becoming a software developer when he was 15 years old.

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John shared on his LinkedIn timeline that he started coding at age 14 during the early stages of COVID-19.

“I just had to go through a lot of learning process and get inspiration from a lot of people and a lot of mentors that I never met,” he wrote.

The young man shared that in his learning process, he encouraged himself on what he has to gain and the goal to achieve.

Encouraging his readers to trust God and believe in their purpose, he said;

“First you need God to start a business and also need him to sustain the business, what has helped me is that I put God first in everything I do. you when you tell yourself you have a goal, a purpose and you’re going somewhere, trust me your body will move the way you want it to go.”



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