Tag Archive: Estelle Weyl

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    Partner Event: Innovators Of The Web Conference (July 21 In SF)

    CASCADE SF is hosting Innovators of the Web Conference on July 21 in San Francisco. The lineup is stellar with speakers including HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript Developer Estelle Weyl of Standardista speaking on “Select this” and mobile-focused front-end developer Tomomi Imura speaking on “Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5″.

    Top talent in the industry will cover best practices of HTML5, CSS3, and mobile design, focusing on product design for an optimal user experience.

    Women 2.0 members save 20% when you register

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    Are You Aspiring To Code? Join The Club, Literally…

    A conference attendee said she didn’t study computer science in school and didn’t know any code a year ago, but is now working as a full-time developer.

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    Awesome DevChix Speakers At Fluent Conference (May 29-31 in San Francisco)

    Here are awesome women developers who will be speaking at O’Reilly Fluent Conference (May 29-31 in SF).

    By Sarah Allen (Founder, Blazing Cloud)

    The O’Reilly Fluent Conference 2012 in San Francisco on May 29-31 has an incredible line up of speakers. The conference is generously supporting DexChix and other community projects with booth space. Come join us!

    Lea Verou, will be giving a keynote in the Pure Languages track on Demystifying Regular Expressions. Sara Chipps, Javascript developer and Founder of Girl Develop It, will be giving an instructional talk on how to build your own Gmail browser extension.

    Sarah Mei, Pivotal engineer, Disapora contributor, and co-founder of RailsBridge will be sharing her insight on Backbone.js:

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    Story Of The Hackfest – Bacon Unicorn!

    During the hackathon, we’re constantly evaluating whether “it’s worth it” on any given problem.

    By Anna Billstrom (iOS & Facebook App Developer, Self)

    The AT&T Hackfest was in Palo Alto. Sleepy, beautiful, affluent, diverse and yet economically not-diverse, Palo Alto, at the AT&T Foundry, a neat space with lots of power, sunlight, and (oddly, but great) random doors onto the street. I kind of love that place.

    We slowly formed a team – my teammate from other hackathons, Stacie Hibino, and Estelle Weyl, whom I’d admired her from a JavaScript class a few months ago, and Stacie had worked with her at another hackfest. Two friends joined and left, graphic designers lured elsewhere. A friend Kris was with us the first day.

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    Women In Tech: Start Speaking At Conferences

    By Chiu-Ki Chan (Android Developer, Monkey Write)

    My resolution this year is to be a public speaker. One of the difficulties in breaking into the speaking circuits is to be aware of conferences six months in advance to meet the call for participation deadlines, so whenever I hear about one, I share it with others.

    Recently I shared the call for participation for FluentConf:

    “Are you a JavaScript performance guru? Have you got big ideas and mad JavaScript skills? Do you know the ins and outs of future ECMAScript specifications?