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Casual Code & Connect + "Achieving Your Work-Life ______" by Grace Levitte

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Achieving Your Work-Life ______

There’s an ongoing debate over the pursuit of work-life blend vs work-life balance. Different studies argue what’s considered a “healthier” approach, but can we really make a generalized assumption that one lifestyle works better for everyone? Perhaps we can at least agree on one thing: our desire to lead a more fulfilling life. Whether you’re aiming for blend or balance, join us to discuss practical ways to establish a personalized lifestyle that enables you to do more (or less) with your time.

About Grace Levitte:

Grace Levitte is an Art Director in the User Experience practice at Credera. She has over 9 years of experience in visual design, digital marketing, and eCommerce project management. She is passionate about serving people and storytelling. She enjoys problem-solving, cooking, fine dining, exploring new destinations with her husband, Charles, and cuddling their two pups, Maximus and Michelin.



Introduction to Python

Programming language Python and applications that we can create using it.

About Riya:

Riya Wasnik is an Instructor at Coding Dojo Dallas. She received her Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering back in India. She came to the U.S. to pursue her Masters in Computer Science at UT Arlington. At work she likes helping students with their coursework and her hobbies include watching anime and traveling.

Casual Code & Connect:

Join us for a night of casual coding and networking! Come work on a project, do some exercises or tutorials, pair program, or absorb by osmosis. Beverages (i.e. coffee, water, soda) will be provided but feel free to bring something to share, or food for yourself! All levels of expertise are welcome and we strongly encourage you to ask questions, exchange ideas, talk about what you want to learn.

We will start the Meetup with introductions and some lightning talks! If you're interested in giving a lightning talk, prepare 5 minutes of material and we'll put you "on stage." Remember that the primary purpose of these talks is to get practice speaking in front of an audience, and to receive
candid feedback from peers!

Happy Coding (:

By coming to Casual Code and Connect you are agreeing to our Code of Conduct. (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md).