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Louisa Barrett
Director, Front-End Engineering Program - Designerd - former Chapter Leader - past Director of Colorado
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大 Lovisa Jun 18
Come hang out this Friday!! No knowledge prereqs, we'll start small with containers and end up with running networked applications in a Kubernetes cluster 💙🐋
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Adrienne Domingus Jun 18
Noticing people respond to Qs they don’t know the answer to with “I’m not sure, I’ll find out & let you know” I would love to see more “I’m not sure, let’s find out together” For jr. devs especially, the process of HOW to find an answer is more important than what the answer IS
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🦕🦖DinosaurJS 🦖🦕 Jun 18
This dynamic duo is not one to miss! and are teaming up to talk about Maps, Monads, and Pure Functions: Functional Programming for Beginners. 💪
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Madison+ Ruby: Chicago Jun 18
Replying to @weesie_b
The video of Ruby not Red: Color Theory for the Rest of Us by Louisa Barrett is available
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Turing School Jun 3
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Ted Lieu May 25
There are many ways to describe the policy of ripping children away from their parents at the border. -It violates human rights laws. -It is unAmerican. -It would shock Jesus. But I think the most appropriate way to describe it is this: -The policy is evil.
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Adam Klasfeld May 24
A weeping mother has been forced to wear a yellow insignia (bracelet) as she is ripped away from her children indefinitely. In the United States. By policy. Read this story.
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Jeannie Lin May 24
When my parents got on a boat the day before Saigon fell, they didn’t know the rules. Int’l law or where borders were drawn meant little when you’re scared & desperate—to hear ppl say children deserve to be torn from their parents because asylum-seekers broke the law is sickening
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Louisa Barrett May 26
If you're going to , put this workshop on your priority list!
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Jeff Casimir (away on leave) May 25
We’re hiring a Student Success Coordinator to guide our incoming students between the day they enroll and the day of their first class. Love coaching and helping people set up their lives for success? This is a full-time non-tech role in downtown Denver:
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Joanne Liu May 15
Hey! Check out tonight's Top Talks at the !
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✨ Shubheksha⚡ May 13
Most job postings are full of fluff, please apply even if you don't meet 100% of the requirements. You lose NOTHING by trying. Apply. Give it a shot. Don't reject yourself before they reject you.
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Louisa Barrett May 12
I had so much fun talking about color theory and accessibility at yesterday! It was a speedy trip for me, but even a quick trip to get to spend time with a such a lovely group of Ruby folks is always worth it 💖
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Jeff Casimir (away on leave) May 8
We’re rebooting into . Join us in Denver this September 27-28 where we’ll navigate the graph of related technologies making up modern software development. More info and early bird tickets available at
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Turing School May 9
Bored at work? Curious about coding? Join us this weekend for an introduction to Ruby. RT & tell your friends!
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Sarah Drasner May 1
Someone was recently telling me they were a "Code Ninja". I don't want to work with a Ninja, they leave a bloody mess. I want to work with a "Code Janitor". Comes in the middle of the night, cleans things up, you only know they were there because everything is organized and tidy.
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Opportunity@Work May 2
ATTN : Interested in a career in web development but can’t afford tuition? & have the perfect solution for you! Learn more:
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Innovators Peak Apr 22
Meet : a tech school that empowers women, shortens the time of study, and prepares its students for the future.
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Allison Reu Singer Apr 19
So excited for 's partnership with to teach 1,000 high school girls this summer across the country in 2-week camps covering & & / All camps are FREE to attend! Applications close 4/22, sign up here:
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Sarah Stockdale Apr 17
We need to stop glamorizing working at 150%. That extra 50% is a loan from your future self. Eventually you’ll need to collect on it.
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