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We are continuing with our book. For this meeting, please read the chapters 19, 20, and 21. No worries if you missed any or all previous meetings - just join in on Friday Feb. 3 at 12pm!
The book: The Phoenix Project by Gene Kim et al.
Whether you are a DevOps veteran or you just figuring out how things should be done - all levels are welcome!
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🌟 Join the WWCode Global team and our Partner, Boeing, to learn to leverage open-source platforms to enhance your development process while supporting the community! 🌟
🤝 About WWCode Partners and Partner Events
Women Who Code Partners are organizations that work with us to provide opportunities and educational content to help empower you to excel in your technology career. Our Partners are passionate about supporting a more equitable and diverse industry. Join these events for great content from technology leaders and to hear about opportunities to work with our Partners.
🗓️ About This Event: Open Source Essentials: Consuming and Contributing
Leveraging and contributing to open-source platforms is a great way to enhance your development process, grow your professional portfolio and learn from industry experts.
Join this cross-platform session to learn how to consume open source in your applications and contribute back to the community. Jenn Skeivik, Senior Manager at Boeing, will cover all the essentials, from open-source license basics to contribution etiquette. She will share tips for catching compliance issues early in the development cycle to maximize speed and minimize risk.
Why you should attend:
- Connect and network with other members of the WWCode community and learn how you can support the community through open-source projects.
- Learn about opportunities to work with Boeing.
- Enhance your development process and applications by effectively using and understanding best practices for open-source platforms.
About the speaker:
Jenn Skeivik is the Senior Manager of the Open Source Program Office at Boeing. Jenn has been working in open source for over ten years and has a wealth of experience in software engineering leadership roles across aerospace, defense, and biotech industries. She earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science and Zoology and holds a Master's degree in Computational Biosciences from Arizona State University. In her spare time, she volunteers for the DNA Doe Project and hangs out with her husband, five kids, and cat.
💻 This is an online event. Register now.
📣 Help Spread the Word!
Let other technologists know about the opportunity to grow their portfolios and professional experience through open source:
Register now for the Women Who Code Global Partner event, “Open Source Essentials: Consuming and Contributing,” to learn how to consume open source in your applications and contribute back to the community with WWCode Partner Boeing on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 12:00 PM EST. Register: https://bit.ly/3XKey8l #WWCode
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Women Who Code is dedicated to providing an empowering experience for everyone who participates in or supports our community. Our events are intended to inspire women to excel in technology careers, and anyone who is there for this purpose is welcome. Because we value the safety and security of our members and strive to have an inclusive community, we do not tolerate harassment of members or event participants in any form.
A job search is typically an opaque and solitary activity. By learning about others' job searches, we gain insight into which sources and approaches may lead us toward better results. Julia shares details and data from her two software engineering job searches, one as a college new grad, and the other as a senior engineer working remotely. In examining the outcomes of her several job search methods, she offers guidance on how tech workers at different stages in their careers can set themselves up for greatest success in their job searches.
7:00 pm - Welcome
7:05 - Career Nav Talk: Jumpstart Your Job Search At Any Level by Julia Kroll + Q&A
7:50 - Wrap-up/End
Do you want to be an amazing leader? Do you want to lead successful products to completion? Read and discuss books that will help you learn and practice strategies to become the the best boss ever!
Every month we read a book and we discuss it - book chosen this month is Creating Magic - 10 Common Sense Leadership Strategies from a Life at Disney by Lee Cockerell
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