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I Look Like an Engineer
26 вересня Women Who Code Kyiv та UNIT Factory запрошує на івент-нетворкінг “I Look Like an Engineer”! На вас чекають короткі виступи спікерок та дуже багато спілкування. Реєстрація обов'язкова на сторінці Meetup (всім учасницям/кам буде надіслано лист-підтвердження з деталями). 18.40 - 19.20 - Реєстрація 19:20 - 19:30 - Welcome & Short Introduction of “WWCode Kyiv” organization. 19:30 - 20:45 – Виступи спікерок 20:45 - 21:30 - Нетворкінг. На вас чекають такі виступи: 1) Юлія Потапенко (iOS engineer, Stuzo). «Три кроки через себе до роботи, яку люблю». Розповість про те, як довелося позбутися страху співбесід, про те, що потрібно говорити «ні», і витрачати менше нервів на робочі моменти. 2) Анастасія Котілєвська (Salesforce-developer) та Полинкевич Ганна (Evolvice Team GmbH, QA engineer). "Як вчитися щоб працювати і чим займатися у вільний час в IT". Поділяться своїм досвідом та лайфхаками з навчання. 3) Даша Коновалова (Bristar Studio, Unity / C # developer). "З копірайтингу в програмування за два роки". Розповість, що саме не врахувала у своїй освіті і що б змінила зараз, маючи рік досвіду в розробці навчальних ігор для дітей. 4) Ганна Лазарєва (Luxoft, QA lead). "Не бійтесь невдач, бійтесь не вчитися на них, або історія моїх невдач та їх наслідки”. Розвіє міф «я все сама знаю і сама зроблю краще ніж будь-хто інший», адже в процесі може з‘ясуватися, що скілів не завжди достатньо. 5) Анна Удовиченко (Information security specialist). “Робота, яка не дає нудьгувати”. Розповість чому інформаційна безпека може зацікавити будь-кого. 6) Бонус=) Мова: українська / російська Обов'язковим є дотримання Кодексу поведінки(https://goo.gl/R3Tj2X) та реєстрація на сторінці Meetup. Всім зареєстрованим прийде лист-підтвердження з деталями івенту! При собі необхідно мати документ, який посвідчує особу. Agenda 18:40 - 19:20 - Registration. 19:20 - 19:30 - Welcome & Short Introduction of “WWCode Kyiv” organization. 19:30 - 20:45 - Speakers performances 20:45 - 21:30 - Networking 1) Julia Potapenko (Stuzo, iOS engineer) - “3 steps to overcome yourself for the work you love.” Julia will tell us how to get rid of the fear of the interviews, why it is important to say “no”, and how not to get stressed out at work. 2) Anastasiia Kotilievska (Salesforce-developer), Hanna Polynkevych (Evolvice Team GmbH, QA engineer) - “How to study in order to work and how to spend your free time in IT.” Anastasiia and Hanna will share their experience and lifehacks for studying. 3) Daria Konovalova (Bristar Studio, Unity/C# developer) - “From a copywriter to a software engineer in 2 years.” Daria will tell us what she missed out in the process of studying and what she would change now after working in educational game development for children. 4) Hanna Lazarieva (QA lead, Luxoft) - “Don’t be afraid of the failures, be afraid not to learn from them. Or the story of my failures and their consequences.” Hanna will dispel the myth “I know everything myself and I will do it better than others”, as in the process it may turn out that the skills you have are not enough. 5) Anna Udovychenko (Information security specialist) - “The work which does not bore you.” Anna will tell us why information security can be interesting to anyone. 6) A bonus :) Language: Ukrainian/Russian You should register on the Meetup Page and follow our Code of Conduct (https://goo.gl/R3Tj2X) Please take an ID with you.

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