2019 Annual Spring Social

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2019 Annual Spring Social
It’s almost time for our biggest event of the year. If you’re interested in giving a talk or helping out with sponsoring the event now is the time to get involved.

If you’re interested in presenting please fill out this form with details about your talk.

This year’s spring event will be Monday, April 8th. And, once again hosted at the beautiful Forge in downtown Des Moines. Last year we featured multiple speakers, prizes, food, and much more. Our event this year will be as exciting as ever with help from some incredible Iowan companies, and prominent developers from your communities.

See you all Monday, April 8th!

Our Presenters:
Matt Travi
@mtravi
https://matt.travi.org/

Renae Meines
@DoubleNaeBow

Nate Rauh
@NateThePirate
http://nates.coffee/

Bailey Steinfadt
@baileysteinfadt

Gianfranco Berardi (he | him | his) is a part-time indie game developer who loves to encourage curiosity, support creativity, and promote continuous learning. He likes to figure out how things work, whether it involves the dynamic systems of a computer game or the large interactions within an organization. You can find him at https://www.gbgames.com/ and on Twitter @GBGames.

Gianfranco will be giving a talk called CSS and How It’s Your Fault You Hate It. CSS has a reputation among many people of being frustrating and difficult to work with. As someone who is not a web developer, I took some time to learn it because I suspected that it is easy enough to work with that people forget how rich and powerful it is. Here’s what I found.

About the Venue
the Forge, by Pillar Technology is a technology consulting company with over 20 years of uncovering and executing industry-disrupting opportunities at lightning speed.

About the Sponsor
Shift Interactive will be providing food tonight. Shift is a web and mobile software development company​ ​based in West Des Moines​. Comprised of about 25 ​strong​ that includes: UI designers, front-end developers, software engineers, mobile developers, project managers and more. Partner with a variety of clients ​- locally, nationally and even globally – ​to create custom ​tech solutions ​of all sizes ​ranging from company websites and mobile apps to SaaS platforms and IoT applications. Shift is always looking for new talent. Connect with them on Twitter, or Facebook