Let’s get together to chat about what is in our toolkits as developers. We’ll discuss what we use for work vs. what we develop with for fun or side projects and examine what software development tools we have in common and hear about tools or languages we aren’t yet familiar with.
Azure is Microsoft’s Cloud platform which has a plethora of services. As a developer, are you interested in learning about these services or intimidated about where to start. Join me as we go over some of the services that give you an idea about the direction and some guidance that you need to navigate the Azure landscape.
About the speaker: Naveen VK is a Technical Director at NVISIA with over 20 years of professional development experience. She has designed and built applications in both .NET and Java tech stacks. She enjoys sharing her expertise through technical talks and presentations at various meetups and conferences.
“From Stream Gage to Twitter Feed: innovative data visualizations to engage the public with USGS science”
As the world’s largest water data provider, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) plays a vital role in protecting life and property, monitoring available water resources, and understanding our Nation’s aquatic ecosystems. Disseminating this water data and accompanying science is just as critical as producing it; however, traditional science products are often overlooked by general audiences even though they resonate with technical ones.Continue reading “Innovative Data Visualizations to Engage the Public with USGS Science”
When: Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Madison Central Public Library first floor conference room
Mobile has outpaced desktop, especially in emerging markets. At the same time, the size of mobile apps has ballooned. Large applications fail to serve the majority of mobile users, who have low-powered devices and unreliable network connections. Progressive web apps can serve mobile users better. We’ll show you how to make PWAs that download almost instantly and work offline while still providing the functionality of native apps. Continue reading “Web Performance”
This talk is designed to help undergraduate female computer science majors imagine a career in the Information Technology profession. Listen to a panel of experts — real Madison women who are working in the technology field — tell their personal stories. Why did they enter the IT field? What do they like about it? What do they dislike? How did they get to where they are now? Audience participants will have a chance to ask questions like ‘How did your education prepare you for your career?’ and ‘What do you wish you had known when you were still in school?’ and ‘Did you have any mentors or others along the way that helped you at critical moments?’ and ‘How do you balance family life with career?’
Genetic algorithm is the theory of evolution in code form. It generates quality solutions for complex problems. Join me as we discuss how the algorithm works, exploring everything from building 2D cars to playing Super Mario World.Continue reading “A dive into problem-solving with genetic algorithm”
Have you ever thought about given a technical talk but we’re too nervous to follow through? Are you interested in learning from and getting to know with other technical women? Do you want some accountability to learn about something new? Are you a student who wants to gain confidence talking about technical subjects?
During this event, Codecinella members gathered to brainstorm and prep presentation topics then presented them to the group. Continue reading “Lightning Talks Workshop”
Codecinella partnered with She Talks Data for this kickoff event.
She Talks Data brings together women around the world who work with data. We aspire to create a comfortable and supportive environment to drive authentic dialogue and to establish meaningful connections through small-group gatherings. Our goal is to build a community of women who can come together to grow professionally and personally.Continue reading “She Talks Data Kickoff Event”
First there were some stolen credit card numbers, then thousands and now millions of them have been stolen from security breaches. That is just the tip of the iceberg of the data theft that has happened. Did you know that Application Security starts with secure code, a language-agnostic practice to develop software that guards against security vulnerabilities? In this talk, we will be discussing Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)’s top security issues that developers need to incorporate in their development practices. Some examples of security vulnerabilities in code include SQL injection, cross-site scripting, and insecure direct object references.Continue reading “Secure Coding for Developers”