Meet this month's volunteer Judith Rohainer, Hudson Valley's Woman Tech Maker. She will present the latest trends and updates on Angular, why Angular, how to start with it, and share her experience and perspectives on other JS stacks. She'll be demoing an angular app set up using angular cli. Styling framework yet to be defined; either Nebular or Material.
Ask her anything about Web Development!
Judith Rohatiner is a full-stack software engineer with 15 years of experience. She currently works for K16 Solutions, higher education’s leading resource for data migration, archiving and student information management.
When relaxing, you can find her playing with her Husky Gizmo or gardening, hiking, remodeling and kicking back with a good scotch.
As usual, you can expect a lot of networking opportunities as well as collaboration. Be prepared to introduce yourself and connect with similar minded people.
We also plan to address a few learning opportunities provided by GDG community, including Road to certification by Google.
You can showcase your projects and collaborate with Purpose.
We encourage you to network and create the meaningful connections.
Welcome to join, let's help each other. We encourage questions and collaborative challenges, showcases and co-learning opportunities. So we are open - as our organization OpenHubProject.com - is.
• What to bring when meeting in person:
Laptops to work. Business cards to exchange. Questions to ask. Projects to collaborate. Skills and ideas to share.
• Important to know: Coding Club is a volunteer-based activity. We are looking forward to meet local techies and web pros as well as total novice who is interested to start this Coding/WebDev journey. We will work together as community to help each other to learn and grow.
Register in advance for this meeting and all our monthly Coding Clubs:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting
John Sturman has been working in and around software for more than 20 years as a technical writer, instructor, and project manager. He is a ScrumAlliance Certified Scrum Master and has used his knowledge to train his students in a variety of courses.
John has been teaching a popular project-based Computer Science course at RPI for almost 20 years to juniors, seniors and graduate students. John has also been teaching programming in a variety of settings including online and in-person classes to all ages, from elementary school to college-level to adults looking to change their career paths or just learn new technical skills.
As a life-long learner, John has never shied away from trying and learning new technologies and loves to share his learning process with everyone. John lives on an old dairy farm in the Catskills and keeps honeybees. When he is not playing with his computer (or his ukulele), he is often found skiing or boating. He is know by "Stay Calm and Play Ukulele!" - it means you can play ukulele together!