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#DevTO: The Parenting Playbook: Supporting new parents in the age of tech
Join us for a special edition of #DevTO to wrap up 2018 with our friends at Girl Geeks TO and our guests Amanda Munday and Anna Meckenzie of the Parenting Playbook. ( The parenting playbook developed as a series of conversations in the year after launching The Expecting Playbook (2017), a guide and pledge program focused on helping companies in Canada's tech community create and share meaningful parental leave policies. Amanda Munday Amanda Munday is the founder and CEO of The Workaround, and the author of the upcoming release Day Nine: a postpartum depression memoir. She is an advocate for women-identified rights. Her 14-year career has been rooted in technology, community building and education. In 2012, Amanda was awarded the Toronto Community Foundation Vital People Award for her work with women and technology in the non-profit sector. Her work has been published in The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star and Quartz in the U.S. Anna Mackenzie Anna Mackenzie is a Software Engineer at ParterStack who is dedicated to increasing the participation of women in tech. In 2017, she co-wrote "The Expecting Playbook", which is a toolkit that helps start-ups roll out supportive parental leave policies regardless of their size and stage. 2018's follow-up, titled "The Parenting Playbook", provides start-ups with the necessary tools to support parents upon their return to work. Anna is an advisory board member for #MoveTheDial and both a freeCodeCamp and FITC speaker. She is one of DMZ’s 2018 Top 30 Women in Tech Making a Difference and a Top 25 Women of Influence for 2018. By attending this event your are also accepting our Code of Conduct at Drinks and healthy eats will be served at this event. Refunds will only be issued if the meet up is cancelled by the organizers.


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    You love it, hate it, debug it, dream about it, obsess over it, test it, throw it away… because you don’t just write code. #DevTO, a place for all, regardless of age, experience or sex to gather and collaborate on the problems we face while developing applications.

    You may not be a developer, but even if you have written a bit of HTML you should come out. These problems are as broad as our job descriptions, can’t figure out how to get that interface to look good in Chrome and Safari? Not sure how to deploy code to multiple servers with no downtime? What is the best way integrate social media into your projects?

    DevTO tech events have had a mixture of attendees ranging from developers, architects, designers and CIOs, to PR, marketing and recruiters. It is a casual environment for everybody involved in development projects; small or big, to chat, network and learn from each other.

    Each month 150 people come out and learn from 2 presentations from different people in the industry and then mingle with the crowd the rest of the evening.

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