JuniorDevSG Code and Tell - May 2019

Junior Developers Singapore
Junior Developers Singapore
Public group

Red Hat

8 Shenton Way · Singapore

How to find us

Red Hat Asia Pacific, 8 Shenton Way, 11-00 AXA Tower, Singapore 068811

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Red Hat Asia Pacific, 8 Shenton Way, 11-00 AXA Tower, Singapore[masked]

JuniorDev Code & Tell - A Night of Technical Talks & Coding

1) Happy Haris (software developer in PSLOVE)
Topic: Flutter, the next mobile cross platform framework?

Introduction about Flutter, the good, the bad and the ugly, and a demo of an app built in Flutter

Haris is a software developer in PSLOVE, where he focuses on building a period tracker app. Graduated from Singapore Polytechnic with an Applied Drama and Psychology diploma, and a dropout from a part time degree in Psychology, Haris made the switch to learn programming after reading a newspaper article about going through a bootcamp in a few months and getting a job without a degree. He graduated from the bootcamp and went on to intern at Tinker Tanker where he learn various tech, from blockchain to game development, and also, gained experience in teaching students from Microbit to game development in Unity. And by chance, he found Flutter and liked it ever since. On the side, he volunteers in teaching programming with Code in the Community.


2) Shazina Zaini (MicroSec)
Topic: Getting Started with OpenSSL

An introduction the OpenSSL library - the history of the project, programming using its API and further resources.

Shazina is a network programmer at SGInnovate-supported IoT security startup MicroSec. She works with a team of embedded systems, full-stack developers, mathematics, and machine learning geeks to make TLS 1.3-equivalent security for low-power, low-bandwidth devices achievable and easy to manage.


3) Yang Zheng (Software Engineer at Facebook)
Topic: Chaos Theory in 20 minutes

Have you ever heard of butterfly effect? This talk will attempt to reveal a simple, yet mysterious mathematics topic born in the computer age. Chaos theory describes something completely deterministic, but utterly unpredictable. It is closely related to computer science and used to explain natural phenomena. Interestingly enough, it also leads to the answer to some of the most interesting and profound questions: Can we predict the future?

Yang graduated from NUS. He is a software engineer at Facebook. Enjoys reading, swimming and playing with his dog.


4) Lim Min Li
Topic: How to UX... with Memes

Min Li Is a User Experience Designer, a relatively new, multi-disciplinary
form of design. By incorporating deep research methodologies into her
process of design, she creates products and experiences that delight users. A communications graduate from Monash, she went on to receive training in product design in Milan and UX design at General Assembly London.


About JuniorDevSG

Are you a Junior Developer or newbie in the Tech industry? Do you sometimes feel anxious about work or question your own abilities? Are you excited to be starting your career and want to celebrate your accomplishments with others? You are not alone!

With this Meetup group we hope to create a home for all things JuniorDev.


We are the Singapore chapter of JuniorDev.io. Check out more Junior Developers community around the world (especially in Australia) at http://JuniorDev.io.

Venue & Food Sponsor
Red Hat Asia Pacific