• Vue Vixens Skulk (Full-Day Workshop)

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    PLEASE REGISTER through Vue Vixens to reverse your seat. https://vuevixens.org/events/vue-vixens-women-who-code Join Michele "the Code Pirate" Cynowicz at The Suncoast Developer's Guild of St. Petersburg, Florida to learn how to build an app using Vue.js! At this event, we will introduce you to the Vue Vixens and Vue.js. Together, we will also build a pet fetching app to learn how to set up a Vue app, the basics of components and how to perform simple REST API calls using Axios. This event is free and open to anyone who identifies as a woman and wants to learn about Vue.js. No previous knowledge of Vue.js is required to attend this event and we invite women of all ages, skill levels and backgrounds to join us. - 10:00am - 10:30am Welcome & Introductions - 10:30am - 12:30pm Workshop - 12:30pm - 1:00pm Lunch Break - 1:00pm - 3:00pm Workshop - 3:00pm - 3:30pm Late Break - 3:30pm - 4:30pm Workshop completions, Networking time

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  • Code + Coffee

    Station House

    Work on your projects, ask advice, and meet fellow female devs for coffee, code, and conversation. Code + Coffee will be co-hosted at the coffee shop at Station House in St. Pete. Station House serves both Kahwa Coffee and TeBella. Can't make it at 10am? Stop by whenever your schedule works best. We'll be hanging out until 12pm.

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  • Secure Applications: Spatial Data in Asset Protection | Presented by Citigroup

    Join Women Who Code and Citigroup for a networking social and dynamic presentation about the role of spatial data in asset protection. TOPIC: How is spatial data used during crises to assess an impact to assets such as people and infrastructure? Discover development techniques related to spatial data and security. Spatial data allows you to represent objects in instances of time and space and can determine if two or more objects intersect each other at a particular location or time of day. You will learn tools and approaches related to spatial data modeling and specifically see how Citi is currently using this technology for crisis management and asset protection. ABOUT YOUR SPEAKER: Sandra Rosa is an Application Manager for Citigroup responsible for the development and integration of systems for the Citi Security and Investigative Services business group. Sandra began working with Citi in 2002 as a .NET and Oracle developer. During her 16 year career at Citi, she has been involved in various projects in the areas of Building and Lease Management, Fraud Case Management, Crisis and Incident Management, Identity Resolution, Executive Protection, Enterprise Reporting, Architecture, Biometrics Processing and Spatial Data Analysis. Her passion is to design transactional systems and teach others how to think outside the box and use every task as a learning opportunity. She believes in the power of delegation and empowering developers to be creative team players in order to promote an environment of trust, loyalty, and forward thinking. Sandra currently manages a team of 30+ developers both onshore and offshore and is responsible for 7 multi-regional business applications. SPECIAL THANKS: Food and hosting will be provided generously by Citigroup. SEE + SHARE EVENT DETAILS: Eventbrite | https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-role-of-spatial-data-in-asset-protection-tickets-63483549004 PARKING + SECURITY: Please see the parking instructions in the images shared on this event post. For security, Citi may check your ID upon arrival. Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/142015675842040/posts/2672862036090712/

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  • Two-Part Series: Intro to Xamarin Forms and The Algorand Blockchain

    We are thrilled to have Russ Fustino as our guest speaker. Russ heads up Mobile Application Dev Tampa. Russ has enlightened, entertained and educated over 1 million developers in his career and is a recipient of the INETA Lifetime Achievement award. Part 1 (6 – 7pm) Intro to Xamarin Forms In this day and age, you need apps for all of the platforms: Android, iOS, Windows. In this session we talk about Xamarin and Xamarin Forms. Xamarin is the underlying platform that can provide about 80 percent code sharing. Xamarin Forms sits on top of the Xamarin platform and it also shares the user interface layer. Xamarin Forms apps typically provide 95 percent shared code. Let’s say I am building a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app with Xamarin Forms. When I am done with the UWP app… so will be the iOS and Android versions! No need to have three different skill sets and three sets of code from different languages. Just one skill set is needed… Xamarin Forms using C#. “Anything you can to in Objective-C and Java can be done with Xamarin”. That’s quite a message, isn’t it? It drove me to do a deep dive learning experience on Xamarin and get my Xamarin certification, that is for certain. This session will cover Installing Visual Studio and Xamarin plugins, creating a cross platform app from scratch with ListView, Images, Tablet and phone form factors, StackLayout, Grid Layouts and more. Part 2 (7 – 8:30pm) The Algorand Blockchain - Decentralized and for Developers Algorand is a new blockchain built on a Permissionless, pure proof of stake, decentralized agreement protocol, where anyone can participate and requires minimal computational power. This protocol finalizes transactions very quickly and offers true decentralization. For developers the Algorand blockchain provides JavaScript, Java, and Go SDKs. Additionally REST endpoints are provided for interacting with the nodes and handling wallet functions. These REST endpoints are based on the OpenAPI Specification and can be used to build clients in any language. In this talk, Russ will cover the basics of how the Algorand protocol works, cover the architecture overview, managing the node with the command line tools, and show developers how to integrate using the SDKs to build Layer 2 applications. About our Guest Speaker: Russ is an Algorand Technical Evangelist and CEO of Fustino Brothers, Inc, makers of the Endorsed Jethro Tull App, and a Microsoft MVP (Reconnect) in App Development. In addition to being a former Developer Evangelist for Microsoft, he has also been one for Russ’ ToolShed, Xamarin, Raygun, Wowza & ComponentOne. Russ is a former Azure Senior Cloud Solutions Architect for Opsgility and Windows Developer for Directorpoint. He is highly experienced in developing cross platform apps using Xamarin and C# for UWP, Android and iOS. Russ is a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer software developer and author of the book “Azure and Xamarin Forms” published by Apress. He has a passion for conveying relevant, current, and future software development technologies and tools through live seminars, teaching, and internet video productions. Russ heads up a user group in the Tampa Florida area: Mobile Application Dev Tampa. Russ is also the local PC Handyman for his community, fixing virus problems and providing tune-ups for his neighborhood and helping folks that have been scammed on their PC. On Twitter follow @RussFustino to keep tabs on him.

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  • High Tech Connect Summer Social with WITI + Women Who Code

    **PLEASE RSVP AT THE EVENTBRITE LINK BELOW** http://bit.ly/HTCSummerSocial High Tech Connect, WITI and Women Who Code are teaming up for a networking summer social being held at the brand new Home2 Suites in downtown Tampa. We will be raffling off some great prizes and services from local tech companies as well as serving some great food and beer and wine. Come join 100+ of your peers for a great networking opporunity. This event is being sponsored by GreenPages Technology Solutions and Computer Coach Training Center.

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  • Self Care Saturday: Yoga for Women in Tech

    Needs a location

    Stressed or stiff from grinding away at your desk all week long? (Aren’t we all?) Treat yourself to a Self Care Saturday with Women Who Code Tampa and Startup Sisters USA. Enjoy body-positive yoga and life-balance tips from KLernergy Wellness on June 15, 10:00-11:30pm. This FREE class is for all levels of experience including beginners. This is a gentle yoga class for EVERY BODY. Please bring a yoga mat and water. The Format: 10:00am | Network.It: We'll kick the event off with a fun and empowering session about how to boost life balance and wellness. 10:30am | Workout: Yoga with Tampa Women

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  • How Women Shape Technology & Business: Keynote and Workshops

    Join Women Who Code and other regional female organizations for an engaging and thought-provoking diversity networking event, presented by Citi. The event includes a keynote and speed-round workshop with regional leaders. RSVP and see full details about this FREE event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-women-shape-technology-and-business-tampa-tickets-59163950970 SPEAKER: Kimberly Anstett, CIO The Nielson Company, is the keynote speaker. She was highlighted as one of the top 40 distinguished Chief Information Officers by Tech Diversity Magazine in 2016. WORKSHOPS: The round-table workshops include topics: “Cybersecurity Trends”, “BlockChain for the Future," “Cloud and Data Analytics”, “DevOps – Building Block for Innovation”, “Personal Branding” and many more. Guests will have a unique opportunity to network with industry leaders and learn about new trends in technology and business.

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  • Modern Features for Javascript: Foundations of ECMAScript (ES6+)

    Suncoast Developers Guild

    Build upon your pre-existing knowledge of JavaScript by adding modern features to your projects. In this talk, we'll cover arrow functions, template literals, spread operators, and plenty of other things you've seen floating around in others' repos. It is recommended for you to have a basic understanding of JavaScript for this talk, but all are welcome to come learn! ABOUT YOUR SPEAKER: Taylor Cox is a digital designer turned front-end developer, and she currently serves as an interaction designer and developer at a major financial company with past experience as a UX designer and WordPress developer at agencies and startups alike. Her expertise ranges from interactive user interfaces to flawlessly delivered dad jokes and Pokémon catching.

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  • Blockchain for Developers: What Can We Do With It?

    Blockchain? Bitcoin? What can we do with it anyway? Learn from experienced developer Mila Paul on April 4th at innovation hub, the Tampa Bay Wave. PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION: We have heard of Bitcoin and Blockchain. We hear that its a progressive technology but what are they really? What is the difference between Bitcoin and Blockchain? What can we as developers do with it? This event will provide all you need to know to create a business blockchain use case. First, we will discuss what a blockchain is and how it has evolved to what it is today. Second, we will look at a special blockchain used to automate a business process using a language that's almost identical to Javascript! We can interactively discuss what that business process will be so we can understand the logic behind creating it on the blockchain. In blockchain dev-speak, we will be creating a smart contract in solidity! Come join Mila and be your team's resident blockchain expert by creating an efficient and secure process that fixes current issues in your industry! ABOUT YOUR SPEAKER: Mila Paul has been in the field of computer science for about 18 years and spent 12 of those years as a jack of all trades in network, systems and enterprise architecture for the US government. She teaches online courses with OpenClassrooms and Amesite and loves to speak at geek conferences. She is currently an adjunct faculty at Dakota State University for online computer science and cyber students. She specializes in cybersecurity and has a special interest in how she can hone her skills in the blockchain industry. LOCATION: Parking is typically free after 6pm along the street. There are paid lots within walking distance, as well. The Tampa Bay Wave is located on the 3rd floor.

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  • Sketch Basics Kickoff

    AgileThought

    Women Who Code is helping kick off our first local Sketch user group. Come and join us for an evening with food and networking, followed by a talk about Sketch, with a focus on the basics. Closing out the night will be Sketch license raffle and an open discussion for the things you want to gain and learn from the group at later meetups. 👥 This will be basic enough for brand-new beginners, with some tips that everyone can use. There will be some sneak-peaks of advanced stuff towards the end. 🚀 If you have no experience with Sketch or any digital design tools, check out their site to get a feel for what it is, they have a 30-day free trial: https://sketchapp.com/ 💎