A workshop with Code for America and Code4ABQ
- Where: FatPipe ABQ
- When: July 11, 2015, 9 - 12:30
- Cost: $5 (covering cost of coffee & snacks)
- All Levels
- Bring a computer
ABQ WebGeeks is excited to announce the first skills-based workshop in a series that aims to bring a new skillset to each participant in a fun, interactive, community-focused environment.
This years presenters are:
Charlie Wisoff: CivNet
Eric Renz-Whitmore: Albuquerques innovation echosystem.
Melo: Code for Albuquerque
Patrick White: CaliforniaBirthIndex.org
Evan: Distributed Queues in the Cloud.
Web-based video games mark their growth in popularity with an expanding player base, in terms of both size and diversity.
April 1st.. The Day of Fools. With that we can think of no better person to do our presentation more than our own Mark Casias. As we get closer to the release of Drupal8, Mark will round up some of the new features of Drupal8 from the perspective of 1) A developer, B) A site builder and iii) a themer. To help ease the pain of listening to Mark, we've wrangled up a license to PHPStorm to raffle off at the end of the talk. Huge thanks to JetBrains for their support.
ExpressionEngine - that Content Management System that suits no conventions. It's built from PHP, but yet is proprietary. It's not Open Source, but yet is community driven - fanatic driven, even. Designers love it - programmers can't get enough of it. Some agencies insist on it. What is it? What can be built on it? And how in the world does this matter to you? Caroline C.
Those who can, do. Those who can do better, teach. The best thing Dylan McDonald could do for himself as a software developer was to teach web development. Contrary to popular belief, the influence of academia has significantly raised the quality of the code he writes both for his students and his own purposes. This talk will be a fun and compassionate exploration of this road to better code.
Thank you so much for participating in our 2014 End-of-Year Survey! We'd like to share a summary of answers, for discussion and for benchmarking, and to share our reactions to them.
We had some technical difficulties - we were limited to 10 questions per survey by our SurveyMoney free plan and so had to compile 3 surveys on to one page. We got 11 answers to the first survey and 4 to each of the subsequent two. Oh well. We'll use a different solution for the next round.
OK off we go.
You, on average, attended 4 sessions.
Once again we are having our holiday happy hour for the month of December. No topic or presentation but we will be doing a white elephant gift exchange. Bring a small, wrapped gift to participate. Participation is not required but as always, the more the merrier. Hope to see all our friends and coleagues.