Triangle Modern Web+Devs@RTP- Testing, Code Reviews, Hugo, Accessibility + more!

GDG Raleigh
Thu, Apr 25, 2019, 6:30 PM (EDT)

About this event

This is a special Triangle Modern Web + Devs@RTP event!

We are co-hosting with Angular RTP, Triangle Node, TriangleJS, Code Craftsmanship Saturday, Triangle Elixir, Triangle React, All Things Open, Downtown Techies, & Triangle .NET User Group!

RSVP here:

Special thanks to Nutanix, Vaco, All Things Open, and This Dot Labs for sponsoring the event.

This will be held from 6:30PM - 9:30PM on April 25, 2019 at Nutanix 701 W Main St Suite 700 · Durham, NC

We have some amazing talks planned for you!

Our lineup of speakers:

Speaker - Todd Jordan
"Keep Your Tests Sweet: Developing a test strategy that keeps you productive as you grow"

Description - We'll look back at some classic writings on software and manufacturing to provide some wisdom today in developing an automated test suite for you web app
that will keep you productive as your project expands.

Speaker - Ben McCormick
"A Second Set Of Eyes: Getting The Most From Code Reviews"

Description - Effective code reviews can improve code quality, spread knowledge around the team, create avenues for mentorship and clarify gaps in understanding. But many teams go without them or fail to reap all of the benefits that they might bring. This talk will discuss practical steps for implementing better code reviews that benefit your whole team.

Lightning Talks:

Speaker - Mark Haplin
"Working with Hugo, the Static Site Generator"

Speaker - Tracy Lee
"Diversity and Inclusion in Tech"
Description - Everyone is talking about diversity and inclusion these days. But why does it really matter? And if you’ve had a hard time finding women to hire, how do you solve that problem? What are some ways companies have done D&I right, and how can you learn from them?

Speaker - Daniel Amadi
"How to grow the tech community in your home"

Speaker - Eugene Amadi
"When to grow the tech community in your home"

Speaker - Timothy Amadi
"Why you need to grow the tech community in your home"

Speaker - Rob Ocel
"A Geometric Analogy For Software Development"
Description - Want a simple way to understand and explain the relationship between requirements and implementations? Requirement constraints vs assumptions? Implementations and tests? I'll share a visualization that I've used as a mentor to help newer developers understand these concepts!

Speaker - Maria Lamardo

Don't forget to RSVP here:

See you in a few weeks!

Parking Instructions:

The West Pettigrew Parking Deck
704 W. Pettigrew Street, Durham, NC 27701 -

You can bring the parking ticket from this parking lot to the office for validation - Please use the following walking instructions to the a: Walk North on South Gregson Street to Main Street. Make a right on Main Street and cross over Duke Street using the crosswalk at the traffic light. The Chesterfield main entrance is located on Main Street.

There is limited free parking behind the building (on the intersection of S Duke St and W Peabody St If you park here, make sure it is only behind OUR building.

There is also street parking.