Join us for the first event in our GDI NYC Lightning Talks series!
We'll hear from several speakers from the Girl Develop It Community as they share their technical knowledge with you! Each talk will be approximately 20 minutes long with an opportunity for Q&A.
7:00-7:15PM Chatting and Introductions
7:15PM Talk #1 Laura Conwill - CSS Illustrations (20 mins)
7:45PM Talk #2 Kim Hickey - Live coding a mobile app (20 mins)
8:15PM Talk #3 Britney Wright - Git Rebase Tips & Tricks (20 mins)
8:45PM Group Q&A and Closing
9:00PM Event ends
A donation of $5 is requested to secure your attendance and donated to our scholarship fund. All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct.
Laura Conwill - CSS Illustrations
CSS can do more than adjust font sizes and change background colors. Learn how to turn squares made from HTML & CSS into triangles, and circles & squares into hearts!
Laura is a software engineer at Etsy and loves crafting things in both two and three dimensions.
Kim Hickey -Live coding a mobile app in 20 minutes
Before joining Outsystems, Kim spent many years in Japan and Australia as a Java developer and a solution architect. She is passionate about making software development faster and simpler so that more time can be spent innovating. As a recent returnee to the United States, she spends her free time reconnecting with old friends and introducing her family to American culture.
Change history with git rebase. Using the command 'git rebase' can help you maintain a clean commit history and avoid merge conflicts in your code base, by manipulating your commit history. Learn how to use git rebase and it's options to merge multiple commits into one, change the order of commits, and more. We'll also explore some of the drawbacks of git rebase so you know when you should, and should not, use this powerful command.
Britney Wright is currently a web developer at the publishing company Simon & Schuster.
There are no refunds if you are unable to attend. The $5 cost is donation to the GDI NYC scholarship fund.