"Mentor Me" w/Chicago Ruby

Canceled

Location image of event venue

Details

Want another set of eyes on your code? Dying to hear war stories from veteran coders? Just want to chat about technology or get some career advice?

Join us for an opportunity to meet and mingle with mentors in the Chicago dev community! This month we're partnering with ChicagoRuby to hear more about their meetup and collaborate with some of their members.

In addition to Ruby, there will be mentors to help you with other technologies including (but not limited to) HTML/CSS, Haskell, Python, R, Design/UX, and SQL! All skill levels are welcome.

Take a look at some of the folks who will be there to help you out!:

• LaToya Allen (https://github.com/LNA) - Object oriented, functional, test driven development, and SOLID.

• Katy Exline (https://github.com/kexline4710) - General beginners, ruby wrangler, SQL steward, HTML/CSS maven.

• Nathan Keyes (http://github.com/nkeyes) - Ruby, Rails, SQL, RabbitMQ, Databases.

• Zachary Daniel (http://github.com/zachdaniel) - Python, SOLID, functional programming.

• Jordan Prince (http://github.com/bhgames) - Angular, Git, Unix, Ruby, Rails, JavaScript.

• Nathan Reynolds (http://github.com/Nvreynolds) - Rails and DJango.

• Bruce Ackerman (http://github.com/bcackerman) - Rails, HTML/CSS.

• EJ Kaiser - Front end & War stories.

• And more!

Mentor Partners: ChicagoRuby (http://www.meetup.com/ChicagoRuby/)

ChicagoRuby is a group of Ruby on Rails enthusiasts with events in downtown Chicago and in the suburbs. WindyCityRails (http://windycityrails.org/) is Chicago's annual Ruby on Rails conference. Watch the latest WindyCityRails videos (http://www.windycityrails.org/videos/). Did you miss a monthly meeting? ChicagoRuby's collection of Ruby on Rails videos (http://chicagoruby.org/videos/) may prove helpful. The ChicagoRuby (http://chicagoruby.org/) motto: When smart people challenge each other to grow, great things happen!

Event Host: Avant (https://www.avant.com/)

Avant is built from a team of passionate Chicagoans looking to change the online lending industry. Starting in 2012, our mission is to lower the barriers and costs of borrowing. Over 175,000 customers have been helped by our transparent & convenient personal loans.

All attendees are expected to abide by our code of conduct (https://www.girldevelopit.com/code-of-conduct).