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Code Fellows offers full-time and part-time programs to train software developers at every experience level. We strongly believe in the power of community and want to contribute in any way we can. Whether you're just starting out or have been a coding for years, come join us!

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Community Programming Night

Code Fellows

Community Hack Night is an iniatiative co-hosted by Code Fellows, SeattleJS Hackers, & She's Coding designed to empower aspiring developers to keep coding, build their portfolios, and grow their networks. Through this initiative we have built project teams to support development on project concepts submitted by industry and community members in a three-month project cycle. As part of the Community Hack Night Initiative, we host a monthly gathering to feature updates on projects, discuss best practices in hacking, and facilitate team meetings among Project Teams. We look forward to having the greater Seattle Community come out to join us for this event! Agenda: 6:00-6:15 - Welcome: Brian Nations, Principal Instructor, Code Fellows 6:15-7:00 - Panel: The Art of Building and Managing a Software Team (Community Hack Night Project Sponsor) - Ted Callahan, Software Engineer, TUNE - Prashanth Adhikari, Principal Architect, Concur - Josh Rutheiser, Founder & CEO, Thoughtful Tech - Nathan Straub, Managing Director, AWSOM 7:00-8:00 - Team Meetings: Community Hack Night Project Team Meetings 8:00-9:00 - Open Networking We ask that all attendees abide by the core principles of the Code Fellows Code of Conduct to keep this a safe and inclusive environment, which includes in summary: Be Kind Be Honest Be Respectful Seattle JS Hackers Seattle JS Hackers is an open and inclusive after-hours community of JavaScript hackers who learn and hack in JavaScript together. We are entrepreneurs, creatives, professionals, tinkerers, computer scientists, educators, marketers, and more – all working to ignite and amplify our personal productivity and collaboration. How we do it: We organize hacking sessions at WiFi-ready offices, cafes and bars around Seattle each week. Our hacking sessions encourage peer ideation and review, knowledge sharing, new champions for causes and projects, personal productivity, and a heightened sense of community. Join our Slack group to keep in touch with the community and stay on top of events, announcements, and more! She's Coding She's Coding (http://shescoding.org) is a supportive, safe place for anyone identifying as woman or non-binary person in tech. We are a nonprofit organization with the main goal to help close the gender gap in tech, which we do via: (1) An open-source website that educates women, allies and companies about the gender gap, developed in mentorship-based volunteer groups. (2) A mentorship program, as well as an offline and online safe community for women in tech. And (3), an effort to support women in their tech industry job searches via events, collaborations, and a yearly conference with career fair and workshops. We currently run monthly 'regular' meetups with lots of networking and talks by our community members, extended duration codeathons, weekly technical interview preparation meetups, as well as mock interview events with partnering companies. All our meetups are open to women and non-binary folk. Join our Slack group to keep in touch with the community and stay on top of events, announcements, and more! Register here -----> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/monthly-community-hack-night-tickets-48244516648?aff=meetup

Partner Power Hour: Rethinking APIs Using Embedded DSLs

Have you ever struggled to find the right parameters for a cloud service call? Wouldn’t it be nice to interact with cloud infrastructure services seamlessly without having to read reams of documentation? Come learn how we can use embedded DSLs and recent advancements in computer languages to design more intuitive APIs. Register on Eventbrite now>> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/partner-power-hour-rethinking-apis-using-embedded-dsls-tickets-55170725124?aff=meetup About the presenter: Esteban Ginez works for Oracle as a Principal Member of Tehcnical Staff - Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Computing.

Partner Power Hour: Creating a Minimum Viable Product

The minimum viable product (MVP) is a powerful tool for validating ideas, generating interest, and building vision. It is also an art form to master. Join Ben Harris (CEO of GAMACY.com) as he shares his 20-years of experience learning the art form for creating MVPs for Fortune 100 companies and technology startups.

Partner Power Hour: Insider’s Guide to Tech Interviews

Bryce Bortree and Jenn Chan work at Outreach.io. They have interviewed at large and small companies throughout their careers and have also interviewed numerous candidates for technical roles. They will talk about avoiding common pitfalls and tips to stand out as an experienced engineer. Bring your best questions! Jenn Chan graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a BS in Computer Science and is working on her MS at University of Washington in Human Centered Design and Engineering. She has worked at Boeing before starting at Outreach.io. She’s passionate about diversity and inclusion in software engineering. Bryce Bortree graduated the General Assembly Web Development Intensive course in summer 2016. She has worked at large companies like Microsoft and small companies like IUNU LLC. She is a full stack engineer who has worked with React throughout her web development career. She has a Bachelor of Arts on Creative Writing, and enjoys literary centered side projects using web development.

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