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Re: [blacktechies] Fwd: [Blacks-In-Technology] Code School for Women 45%

From: Ezell
Sent on: Tuesday, August 5, 2014 11:59 AM
Hi Bklynate,
I am currently in a code-school study group, we currently are all men but we are not exclusive, we are taking a javascript path. We are training to be full stack web developers. I am one professionally (I work for Webmd.com) and these friends of mine want to "break" into the industry. 

So we are on a path of learning that I guide and teach, but I am also self taught so I am filling some holes in my own training. We have a site that we will build using all the technologies we learn also using agile project management style(SCRUM). The point is to emulate how a real programmers work everyday, so to give real world experience, there is so much more to being a programmer than just learning to code. In that vein I kind of introduce them to the whole universe of a software engineer. We read the latest articles, go to meetups and discuss topics that are important to software engineers.

Our study group is very very informal at this point, but we are passionate about this, I know exactly what you need to know and how well you need to know it to get your foot in the door, I am just sharing with friends. I don't mind helping people out with questions. So basically I am just adding another resource for others learning software engineering. 

Here is a list of topics we cover in our group:

Software Engineering languages and Frameworks
CSS 
HTML5
SASS
Javascript
Nodejs
Backbonejs
Angularjs



Tech Processes and testing suits
Git
Grunt
Bower
NPM 
jasmine



Software Engineering Principles and Design Patterns
MVC
Factory
Abstract Factory
Lazy Initialization
Object Pool
Composite
Facade
Observer and more...

Topics in Project Management Software and Methodologies
Agile
Scrum Standups
etc


On Tue, Aug 5, 2014 at 9:37 AM, sheriefs <[address removed]> wrote:
I would also echo the interest for men as well.


On Tue, Aug 5, 2014 at 9:33 AM, Bklynate <[address removed]> wrote:
Furthermore, I have learned to code from different sources; I took courses and I learned online. If you want insight on a path good for you and your time, just ask me. I used to be a teacher so I am good at identifying and creating individual plans. 

Hey Tasha,

Would you be willing to help out men too with this advisement? If so, I'd be greatly interested in hearing your insight.


On Sun, Aug 3, 2014 at 5:16 PM, Mike Street <[address removed]> wrote:


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From: Tasha <[address removed]>
Date: Sun, Aug 3, 2014 at 5:12 PM
Subject: [Blacks-In-Technology] Code School for Women 45%
To: [address removed]


Hi everyone, I have a great discount for women who wants to join my 'code school team' to learn how to code. I wish it could be free ... I will work on getting more sponsors. 

This is for women at all skill levels so please share this. Furthermore, I have learned to code from different sources; I took courses and I learned online. If you want insight on a path good for you and your time, just ask me. I used to be a teacher so I am good at identifying and creating individual plans.  


If you have questions, email me.

Natasha Green 
[address removed]




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