Are you looking to improve your interview and technical skills?
Code katas are exercises in programming which helps a programmer hone their skills through practice and repetition. Each is a short exercise that involve programming and can be coded in many different ways. Some are open ended and involve thinking about issues behind programming. Code katas are unlikely to have a single correct answer.
In this workshop, you will learn some tips on interviews (what to expect, how to prepare etc.) and work through some technical questions and finding different ways to approach coding questions.
As with our workshops, please bring your own laptop.💻 We will update you with the required Github repository or codepen link for the example project and the presentation slides prior to the event!
*6:00PM - 6:30PM: Sign-In & Troubleshooting Installation Issues
6:30PM - 6:45PM: Networking
6:45PM - 8:30PM: Workshop
8:30PM - 9:00PM: Q&A
*Volunteers and mentors will be at theScore early to help you set up if you have any trouble!
Your Guest Speaker
Ella is a Talent & Culture Specialist at Nulogy (http://nulogy.com/). When she's not at Nulogy helping build the team and company, she is checking out amazing street art. Check out her blogs on medium (https://medium.com/@ellagorev) for a closer look!
Thank you to @theScore (https://twitter.com/theScore) for hosting and feeding us! theScore is an equal opportunity employer and are currently hiring!
We will be joined by other talented mentors at the event to help you follow along.
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