To secure your registration, please sign up on the Women Who Code Berlin Meetup Group event page here.
We're proud to partner up with PostgreSQL Berlin again for a great Meetup! Doors open at 19:00. We'll start off with some food and drinks.
For the upcoming Meetup we will have two two talks about matching PostgreSQL with upcoming technologies. Turns out, it's a perfect match!
Important Note: Please remember to bring your ID for entry into the building.
Women and femme coders will talk about more advanced topics in programming. We'll have two lightning talks and one longer talk (30 minutes).
The agenda for the evening:
7:00 pm - Start: get yourself a drink and a snack
7:30 pm - Community Announcements
7:40 pm - Mommy’s first PR by Princya
8:00 pm - Break
8:15 pm - I've got an app for that! - How technology is being used in large variety of fields, by Kristina Young
8:30 pm - TBD
About the speakers
Kristina is a software engineer currently living in Berlin. She is originally Bulgarian, grew up in Venezuela and studied in South Africa. She is also a blogger, having a blog on computational archaeology as well as one on her attempts at different types of art. @comparch1
Mommy’s first PR This talk is about a hackable debugger for modern times, built using React and Redux and a new mom’s entry into FOSS.
I've got an app for that! - How technology is being used in large variety of fields.
When we think of software some of us tend to think of general every day applications that we might use or create. We tend to think of banking websites, streaming services, calculators, spreadsheets, etc. Technology, however, has infiltrated an incredibly large amount of fields, from digital art to scientific discovery.
This talk aims to explore the applications of software in less client-focused fields to open the doors to the opportunities that software provides for growth (either personal or within a community).
Please remember that in order to secure your registration, you must sign up on the Women Who Code Berlin Meetup Group event page here.