Who says development isn’t collaborative? Who says coding can’t be fun?
Come and code along with us in this unique, shared development experience in which we’ll learn how to build UI Layouts effectively using Flutter while having some coding fun along the way.
Roman Jaquez, Flutter Developer, GDG Lawrence Lead Organizer and GDG Mentor for the Northeast will be leading this highly interactive session where he’ll share tips and tricks of Flutter UI development with guided, self-paced codelabs, custom-made for this event.
In this event, you will:
Pre-requisites: NONE! This series is beginner-friendly - no installation required, just your browser (we’ll be using DartPad, a web-based IDE for Flutter Development) and we'll be using LiveShare, a web-based Visual Studio Code Plugin for real-time collaborative development.
Flutter Coding Roulette Session:
We’ll pick people randomly among the attendees who sign up for the Coding Roulette during the session, to come up and code a portion of the codelab by giving them read/write access to the virtual session. If you sign up and get picked to code, you'll get a LiveShare link, through which you can either join via a web-based coding session or if you prefer to do it via Visual Studio Code, you can do it too. That way we’ll make it collaborative, and give everyone a minute to shine! More details during the event.
This event is brought to you in collaboration with the following GDG chapters:
DON'T MISS THIS AMAZING EVENT! RSVP NOW!!!!
Senior Software Engineer
East Bay Prep, Living Creed
Open Hub Project
Yulia Ovchinnikova, PhD is a tech entrepreneur and strategist, a thought leader, educator, consultant, and a community manager, primarily working with the technology and Internet industry. Yulia helps to build the Hudson Valley tech community by participating with and contributing to many local organizations including, the HVTM (3,000+ members), the Google Developer Group HV (900+), running HV Startups meetup and business workshops (500+) and founding local Coding Club (500+) enabling #HudsonValleyCanCode initiative since 2017. She is a key-connector for Hudson Valley tech entrepreneurs and a recognized tech community leader.
Yulia was the first woman elected to the Top Level Country Internet Domain .RU Council and the first woman elected as president of the Russian Foundation of Open Source Software. She starts as web-developer in 1995, and she was leading web-development teams across all her following jobs, including publishing platform (IKS-Media), consulting (KPMG), few startups (Rosa Lab, iTrend, OpenHub), As a team lead she won a Google Hackathon’s audience award in 2015.
That led her to implementing the idea of matching similar minded people in tech together for personal and professional growth. She became the key driving force for the professional tech and startups network in Hudson Valley. Utilizing her experience, her skills and knowledge she founded OpenHub Corp, a tech resource center in the Hudson Valley.
She organizes the annual Hudson Valley Tech Festival and Hackathon - HVTechFest / DevFest - HVTechFest.com
She holds a PhD in Economics from Russian Academy of Science and a MA in Applied Mathematics & Computer Science from Moscow State Technical University of Electronics & Mathematics.