7:00 pm - Doors open and networking time
7:35 pm - Announcements
7:35 - 10pm Lightning talks
10pm - End
For the June edition of our monthly Talk Night, we are planning something special:
We plan to dedicate the whole evening to Lightning Talks. These are short talks with a duration of 3-7 minutes.
If you were part of our Public Speaking workshop, joined a gdcfp day event or are finally ready to jump on stage: We encourage you to join us, especially if this is your first talk. Don't be afraid, our audience is very welcoming and we can provide encouragement and support if you need it.
Choose any topic you would like to share with us - something you recently learned, something you are very passionate about or just an interesting story.
Please fill out the short form below and we will get in touch with you to confirm your speaker slot.
*How i became a developer, without leaving maternity leave*
I changed profession and learned programming languages when I was in maternity leave. I want tell about this experience and give some advice about learning and starting a new career for woman, who afraid and have doubts.
*Primitive Obsession and How We Fight it*
OOP languages give us the opportunity to build a descriptive language representing our problem domain. We'd like to talk about the primitive obsession in Java and how we tried to solve it with our opensource framework.
*Data science for social good*
Buzzwords like big data and AI are on everyone's lips, but civil society has been largely excluded from this debate. Showing various use cases, I will highlight the potential of data science for social good.
*Identifying Company Cultures that Empower Diversity; Breaking the Mindset of Traditionally Focused Recruiting*
How can women approach the job hunt in a mindset that breaks the current trends.
I am from Russia. I moved to Berlin with my family month ago. I have a son. In my past I worked as lawyer, manager, fitness-instructor and now I work as frontend-developer in Russian it-company over 9 month. @gentlepudding
Freelance Software Engineer, passionate about automation and clean code. @nisabek
Lisa is a researcher turned data scientist who is working to address current societal challenges in order to make a difference and drive change. She also volunteers at CorrelAid and is part of the Open Science MOOC. @DataPlanes
Hana has been at Honeypot for 2 years. She studied Sociology in University with an emphasis on data analysis. She spent the first 9 months of her career at Honeypot as a Senior Talent Manger and trainer. Since then she has been part of the Customer Success Team with Key Clients.
Honeypot is a tech-focused job platform, on a mission to get every developer a great job. We believe developers should have all the information they need to choose a job they love: whether that’s based on a cutting-edge tech stack, an inspiring team or just good old-fashioned salary. In our world, that means no more spam and empty promises from headhunters, no more sending the same application to multiple companies - just one profile and the choice to receive honest offers related to your job preferences direct from companies.
To learn more about Honeypot: https://www.honeypot.io