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Girl Geek Sydney Meetup - September
Tuesday, September 4, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
Two months have already passed sinced the June Girl Geek meetup... that means we're having the next Girl Geeks meetup at Atlassian! Come and join other girl geeks on Tuesday 4 September for an evening of great talks, nibblies, and mingling!
This month's lineup includes the following speakers:
Jo Cranford (Developer, Atlassian): Test Driven Development - why you should care?
Jo will give us an insight into Test/Behaviour Driven Development (TDD/BDD) and cover techniques such as ping pong and red/green refactor. Her talk will make you think twice about testing and hopefully convince you that you should care!
Kaylene Rutherford (Online Manager, ASIC): What is "accessibility" and why is it important?
Kaylene is the Online Manager of ASIC's MoneySmart website. Due to new laws enforcing all government websites to be accessible by the end of this year, she had had to learn fast about what accessibility means and why it is important. Her talk will make you rethink the way you build and use websites.
Ella Utku (Digital Content Writer): Job Hunting in the Digital Jungle
Technology and jobs are developed by humans for humans. Although there are complicated algorithms, professional jargon and seemingly intimidating programming languages involved, they are all there to mimic the greatest computer of all - the human brain.
You: The Notice Board
Do you have a job opportunity available at your organisation? Something totally awesome to share? At the end of this Girl Geek meetup, we'll pass the mic around and give you thirty seconds to share :)
Signing up to speak at a future event: If you would like to speak, please let us know via our website: www.girlgeeksydney.com/suggest-a-speaker
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Girl Geek Sydney
Girl Geeks Sydney is a community offering support, networking and mentorship to women involved in technology and the web.