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Please join us for the November edition of codebar Monthlies (and the final one for the year)!
We'll have food and drinks as you turn up. There are breaks between talks. We aim to finish around 20:30.
Code Reviews is a typical task we do as developers during all our professional life, from Junior to Senior and beyond. This talks focus on getting the best from the process plus one or two tips from doing the activity for more than 15 years.
Tech is a male-driven field and it can be sometimes hard to be heard and respected as a woman. There are a lot of social constructs in place that shape how we (men as well as women) behave in such an environment which don’t always work to our advantage. In this talk, we’ll see how findings from modern psychology can help us re-build our teams to be more inclusive and claim back our strength at work.
Anna is a software engineer working mainly with React and Node, speaker, and (somehow randomly) a psychotherapy student. She loves learning new things, from Jungian psychology to react native, and bringing the worlds of rigorous science a humanities together.
FizzBuzz is one of the first algorithms most new coders come across - so it's only natural that I've painfully shoehorned it to literally everything we were taught at Founders & Coders.
You want to see a Roman-numeral FizzBuzz Express server? I know you do. FizzBuzz in React? Ya. A match-three FizzBuzz game? Gorgeous.
Take a pill that's a multiple of 3 or 5 and I'll show you how deep this rabbit hole goes.
This talk is about Glossophobia (the fear of public speaking), and advice to overcome it for people new to speaking in front of an audience.