WTM - Dockerizing an Angular app | Theming in Android | Data Anorak

GDG Johannesburg
Wed, Jul 3, 2019, 6:00 PM (SAST)

About this event

In the month of July we will be hosting our next WTM meetup with an all-women line-up. Remember all are welcome! We will be having 3 talks this month with 2 of them being lightning talks. We will have Mihlali Mazomba giving us a talk about dockerizing an Angular app, Pabi Moloi telling us about what she has learnt when it comes to Android Theming and Rochelle that will be telling us all about Data Anorak 🤖Should be an awesome night of fun!!!

17:45 - 18:00 - Food and drinks are served, get comfy and prepare yourself to learn some new things!

18:00 - 18:15 - Welcome to GDG!

18:15 - 18:30 - Dockerizing an Angular app - Mihlali Mazomba

During different development stages, developers may experience the “it doesn’t work on my machine“. This is one of the problems that Docker aims to solve and we will explore more about what this is.

18:40 - 18:45 - Small Breather

18:45 - 19:00 - Theming in Android: Lessons Learned++ - Pabi Moloi

In this talk, we will dive into theming in Android and some of the common mistakes I made and how I corrected them.

19:00 - 19:30 - Data Anorak - Rochelle Janse Van Rensburg

We all know data as bar graphs, pie charts and all the usual graphs one can find. With this talk, I will be showing you how to visualise data differently where it goes beyond bars and graphs but rather tells a story in a way we as humans can relate. I will also use Google's Data Studio to build a 'Data Selfie' in the talk and show how we can use data tools to think differently about Data

19:30 - 19:45 - Giveaways and Thanks!

JoziHub, 44 Stanley.

Lots of great content and smart developers! (Oh and some awesome prizes to be won!)

Yourself, and maybe a friend if you are shy to chat to people (don't be shy!)

JoziHub is a co-working spot located in 44 Stanley. You can find more about their venue here: http://jozihub.org/

Please remember, we have a code of conduct at our meetup. Everyone is welcome and if you feel uncomfortable please let any of the organisers know.