This month, Liz Henderson and Jason Waldrip will be teaching us some things about GraphQL and React and Aaron Greenspan will be talking about Computational Complexity in the beginner's track. We're still looking for one more lightning talk, so if you're interested, see below and contact us either here, by email, or in the Ruby Slack.
A huge thank you to our sponsors: Pivotal Labs, StatusPage.io, and thoughtbot.
Note: Food will not be served until 7. If you can't wait 'till then please bring a snack from home to have before hand. :)
All events will be on the second floor of the Platte street location - if you have any trouble getting into the space, feel free to call or text[masked].
6:00 - 6:45 - Meet and greet for everyone not interested in the beginner track - In the Pivotal space. The beginner track will be happening at the same time in the Galvanize Full Stack classroom downstairs.
6:00 - 6:30 - Beginner's Track - Aaron Greenspan - Computational Complexity
6:45 - 7:00 - Food served. Meet and greet for everyone.
7:10 - Announcements (Pivotal Labs - Event Space)
7:20 - 7:40 - Lightning talks
7:45 - 8:15 - Liz Henderson and Jason Waldrip - GraphQL and React
8:30ish - Cleanup / Head out
Lightning talk spiel:
If you have any interest in giving a 5-10 talk, shoot me an email at [masked] or through Meetup. If you've never given (or heard of) a lightning talk, it's a great way to quickly deliver a point, practice a part of a longer talk, or just get some speaking practice. The topics for these are much like our main track - in general, we prefer Ruby-based talks, but something interesting and relevant outside of Ruby-land can definitely find its way.