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Charleston Women In Tech (Charleston, SC)

All female IT students need to join Women in Tech. It's free and their mission is to help you get a job in tech and then move up in your career.. You can join here:
https://www.meetup.com/Charleston-Women-In-Tech/

Here's the latest from Women in Tech:
SHOUT OUTS:

Thank you analysts Selena Martin & Holly Giles for coordinating the membership wide survey to help us determine programming that will connect + support + prepare us best for careers in technology. Thanks to everyone who participated and congrats to Amy James, Network Architect for Wide Area Network (WAN) Optimization at Boeing for winning the 150 gift card!

Thanks also to Adrienne Streater and Stephanie Pratt from Blackbaud for leading our volunteer committee & taking our organization to the next level!

Congrats to member Laine Hendriks for finding her new career opportunity on the CWIT Meetup Discussion Board! She is now Account Manger for OpenLogix

NEWS:

Listen to the interview with Blackbaud CTO & CWIT Board Member Mary Beth Westmoreland on a podcast for the new platform SCRIBBLE: South Carolina Innovation Hub

EVENTS:

June 27 - Meetup: Starting Your Path Toward Leadership / BlueAcorn / 5:30 - 7pm Join Lone Dunlavey, Director of Marketing BlueAcorn, Sarah Schaill, Director of Project Management, BlueAcorn & Jessica Patterson, Mobile Web Developer at Red Sunflower share personal stories about their journeys into tech leadership.

July 15 - Workshop: Remote Works / Zucker Family Graduate Center / 5:30 - 7:30pm Join executive coach & business consultants Mary Jo Romeo & Liz Guthridge for a workshop created for women in Charleston's growing remote workforce. Learn to leverage this new work-life balance to its greatest potential for you and your career while growing your Charleston co-working space crew!

August 15 - Mentorship Launch: Join Valerie Sessions & Jenny Schutzman for lunch and connecting with a CWIT mentor who can help you achieve your professional vision, or find someone early in her career who you could best help by sharing all the things you wish someone had told you when you first began your journey into tech. Details coming soon!

meetup.com Are you a woman contributing to the boom of Charleston's growing tech industry? Even if you are new to the tech industry and are interested in learning how to become a part of this fast growing sector

Lambda School

So you want to be a web developer?

We currently see an average salary INCREASE of $42K+ a year for students graduating from our program. Oh, and you don't pay a dime until after you've secured that high paying job.

So what are you waiting for?

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July 2019 - BoomTown - Agile 2019 Presenter Tina McCoy

Agile Charleston Meetup
July 2019 - BoomTown - Agile 2019 Presenter Tina McCoy
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Where:
Boomtown
1505 King St. Ext · Charleston
Suite 101
Details
Our own Agile Charleston Meetup member Tina McCoy from BoomTown has been selected to give a talk at the upcoming Agile 2019 Conference in Washington, D.C. in August. Congratulations Tina!

Meetup members, Come experience her talk: "Just Say No! Why Saying No is So Difficult for a Product Owner and How to Make it Easier"

Abstract:
It is extremely difficult to say no - we all know this! However, an essential part of a Product Owner’s role is being able to determine what features will provide the most value to the customer and prioritize those features over others. Being able to say no when necessary is key for Product Owners to successfully build a product that will provide the most value to their customers. Still, many Product Owners find it extremely difficult to say no.
In this session we will talk about why it is so difficult for people, especially Product Owners, to say no. We will discuss the importance and power of the Product Owner’s ability to say no when necessary. We will then learn and apply a variety of techniques that anyone can use to help make saying no easier.

Learning Outcomes:
- Discuss why it is psychologically difficult for people to say
- Discuss reasons why a Product Owner may find it difficult to say no and the importance of being able to say no
- Learn techniques that anyone can use to help make saying no easier
https://www.meetup.com/Agile-Charleston-Meetup/events/261259483

meetup.com Wed, Jul 10, 2019, 5:30 PM: Our own Agile Charleston Meetup member Tina McCoy from BoomTown has been selected to give a talk at the upcoming Agile 2019 Conference in Washington, D.C. in August. Congra

Freecodecamp

Don't miss this intro to Algorithms: Dynamic Programming

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How to be a great programmer

Girls in Tech

Big News! For the first time in history, three of NASA's four science divisions are now run by women! Find out who they are: http://bit.ly/2WGxhCB

Who wants a job?

Take a look at one of our new opportunities! A Charleston client is looking for a Network Administrator, apply today!
APPLY: https://www.workable.com/j/6916593885

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May meetup

Are you nervous about attending a meetup? Can't get there because you work at night? This is your meetup then:
Charleston Hackers
May meetup
Saturday, May 18, 2019
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Where
Starbucks
7381 Rivers Ave · North Charleston , SC

Details
The Starbucks on Rivers has recently had some updates with new large tables inside and outside so there is plenty of seating.

So far this group is mostly newbies getting into code so I think the topic of discussion will be what level everyone is and pairing off newer programmers with more seasoned (or further along) programmers in a sort of mentor - mentee manner based on skill and language interests. For example I am skilled at HTML, CSS, JavaScript (ES5 and ES6), and jQuery,but I am still learning nuances of Node, React, and Redux so I would be looking for a Node, React, and Redux mentor but I am available and able to assist in all of the others mentioned.

After all teaching someone else helps you learn the language better!

https://www.meetup.com/Charleston-Hackers/events/261390495/

meetup.com Sat, May 18, 2019, 10:00 AM: The Starbucks on Rivers has recently had some updates with new large tables inside and outside so there is plenty of seating.So far this group is mostly newbies getting in

Lambda School

We invest in you. Get a job making $50K+ a year or your tuition is on us. What if you never do? Then you never pay!

vanillajsprojects.com

Vanilla JS Projects

You need to keep coding but where and what to code? Here's your answer: https://vanillajsprojects.com/

vanillajsprojects.com A monthly vanilla JS project video series.

cvcompiler.com

Game of Frameworks: JavaScript trends of 2019 - CV Compiler Blog

https://cvcompiler.com/blog/game-of-frameworks-javascript-trends-of-2019/?ref=fridayfrontend

cvcompiler.com To define the JavaScript trends of 2019, we analyzed 300 job specs for JS devs. While React is on the first place, the other trending frameworks are...

[05/10/19]   Who wants a job!!!!!
I have a New Charleston Position for a tier II analyst. They are looking for someone with experience but if you have been in PCDC that sounds like experience to me. Send an email to Stacy Lanham at [email protected] . Use the email as a cover letter and attach your resume. Be sure to include me in the email ([email protected]) so they know I referred you.

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CharlestonJS May 2019 - I Don't Care About Security - The Future of Frontend

This is a great first meetup! Learn all about the future of front end development and security. Bring a friend or family member if you do not want to go alone.....It's FREE!

meetup.com Fri, May 10, 2019, 5:30 PM: AgendaMeeting starts at 5:305:30 - 6:00 - Networking and Food and Beverages6:00 - 6:45 - Main Talk: I don't care about SecuritySpeaker: Joel Lord6:45 - 7:00 - Break7:00 - 7

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CharlestonJS May 2019 - I Don't Care About Security - The Future of Frontend

This is an important meetup for all programming students:
CharlestonJS May 2019 - I Don't Care About Security - The Future of Frontend
Friday, May 10, 2019
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

JRS Innovation Center - TRHC
111 Coleman Blvd Suite 300 · MOUNT PLEASANT, sc
How to find us
Above the Parking Garage on the 3rd Floor. The Garage locks at 6pm we will have someone watching the door, if you can't get in, call/sms us at 843-469-5856
Agenda

Meeting starts at 5:30

5:30 - 6:00 - Networking and Food and Beverages
6:00 - 6:45 - Main Talk: I don't care about Security
Speaker: Joel Lord
6:45 - 7:00 - Break
7:00 - 7:30 - Talk: The future of Frontend
Speaker: Tom Wilson
7:30 - 8:00 - Lighting Talks
8pm Closing Statements
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Pizza and Beverages will be provided
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About the speakers

Joel Lord

Joel Lord is passionate about web and technology in general. He likes to learn new things, but most of all he likes to share his discoveries. He does so by travelling to various conferences all around the globe.
He graduated with a college degree in computer programming back in the last millennium. Apart for a little break to get his BSc in computational astrophysics, he has always been in the industry. As a technical evangelist with Auth0, he meets with developers to help them make the web a safer place.
During his free time, he is usually found stargazing in a campsite somewhere or brewing a fresh batch of beer in his garage.

Tom Wilson

Chief Technology Innovation Officer.

Tom Wilson is passionate about teaching all groups to learn to code, learning to code is a valued skill whether you plan to create applications for your profession or just seeking a better understanding of today's technical world.
https://www.meetup.com/CharlestonJS/events/260758970/

meetup.com Fri, May 10, 2019, 5:30 PM: AgendaMeeting starts at 5:305:30 - 6:00 - Networking and Food and Beverages6:00 - 6:45 - Main Talk: I don't care about SecuritySpeaker: Joel Lord6:45 - 7:00 - Break7:00 - 7

ALL female students need to join women in tech, it's free: https://www.charlestonwomenintech.com/. They should also sign up their meetups so you get an email when they will be meeting: https://www.meetup.com/Charleston-Women-In-Tech/
You should your first event this baseball game. What a fun event to start.

Root, root, root for the hometeam! Friday 5/10 is Tech Night at the Riverdogs! $30 ticket includes exclusive pre-game picnic, game admission and post-game fireworks!
TICKETS: www.riverdogs.com/Groups
password: technight2019

or contact CLAUDIA DAVIS ([email protected])

blog.stephsmith.io

Finding Programming Inspiration: Learning to Code and Launch in Months

https://blog.stephsmith.io/finding-programming-inspiration-by-learning-to-code

blog.stephsmith.io A personal story about the shifts that allowed me to put development in an accessible place, allowing me to learn and launch four projects within a year.

Tips for Technical Interviews – CSS Wizardry – CSS Architecture, Web Performance Optimisation, and more, by Harry Roberts

https://csswizardry.com/2019/04/tips-for-technical-interviews/

csswizardry.com How can you prepare for and survive a technical interview?

Charleston Open Source

This is the second software internship I've posted. This along with the Booz Hamilton positions are gold mines for our soon to be graduates. Has anyone applied?

Looking to land a #Software #Developer internship? Check out this opportunity with Micfo, a #Charleston | SC-based company leading in cloud tech services: https://micfo.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=128 #CHStech #techjobs

Trident Technical College Alumni and Friends

Bingo?

The Bingo prizes are flowing in! Thank you to our in-kind donors for supporting Bubbles & Blingo!

Have you purchased your tickets yet?! No tickets will be available day-of, so be sure to reserve your seat now!

Belk
Polly's Fine Jewelry
Kendra Scott
These are just a few, but we'll be sharing all week!

https://www.tridenttech.edu/foundation/events/Bubbles%20and%20Blingo.htm
#Blingo19 #BubblesandBling2019

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Jack Voltaic 2.5 - Cyber Workshop Series

Free Workshop -- Please use the following link for registration for Critical Infrastructure Protection Workshop (Jack Voltaic 2.5 - Cyber Workshop) by Army Cyber Institute and AECOM to be held on May 21 at The Citadel.

https://jackvoltaic25.eventbrite.com

eventbrite.com Jack Voltaic 2.5 Cyber Workshops Background The critical infrastructure our Federal Government, the Department of Defense, and our communities rely upon is increasingly connected and potentially vulnerable to cyberattack. Society's reliance on information technology makes cyber disaster response mor...

Freecodecamp

If you're building your portfolio, read this: How to create your portfolio website using React.js

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Need some CSS tips? Here you go: How to use CSS position to layout a website (with example code)

Khan Academy

This week we launched our AP Computer Science Principles course! 🎉 Learn about computers, the internet, programming, algorithms, and data analysis with interactive articles, videos, and 600+ practice questions: khanacademy.org/computing/ap-computer-science-principles (video via: Code.org)

Freecodecamp

Check out this handy guide to GraphQL for front-end developers

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Berkeley County Economic Development Berkeley County Community Job Fair at Trident Technical College Berkeley Campus

Who wants a job? Anyone can attend, so tell your friends and family members.

berkeleymeansbusiness.com Berkeley County Economic Development and SC Works Trident Host a Community Job Fair at Trident Technical College Berkeley Campus - Berkeley County Economic Development and SC Works Trident will be hosting a Community Job Fair on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.

Lambda School

We invest in you. Get a job making $50K+ a year or your tuition is on us. What if you never do? Then you never pay!

womeninlinux.com

Women in Linux - A Community For Women in Linux

http://www.womeninlinux.com/

womeninlinux.com Women In Linux promotes entry into technology using Linux as a foundation, exposing women to infrastructure careers and a viable resource for obtaining and sustaining a thriving career in tech.

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3 Mistakes New Programmers Make

https://www.youtube.com/watch?utm_campaign=codewithveni&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Revue+newsletter&v=8mdxrScW3jQ

Want to be a better software developer? In this video I share the top 3 mistakes I see new programmers make. I was guilty of them in my own time and I want y...

[04/25/19]   Who wants a non-tech job:
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated is the nation's largest independent Coca-Cola bottler. We make, sell and distribute Coca-Cola products along with other unique beverages.
Now Hiring: Logistics Operator I (Part-Time)
$14.73 hourly

Benefits Include:
Year Round Work
Performance Incentives
Team Rewards
Safety Incentives
Flexible hours to work around your schedule!!
If you're interested in becoming part of a great team, please submit an online application today!
www.cokeconsolidated/careers.com

Oneinamil, LLC

One of our Charleston clients is looking for a Full Stack JavaScript Developer. Check it out and apply for this great opportunity today! APPLY: https://www.workable.com/j/2A01537067

Charleston Digital Corridor

Checkout these FRESH🍃 #Charleston jobs with Moovila Elevar & TIAG - The Informatics Applications Group, Inc. Follow this link for more details: http://bit.ly/2GB2zVU #chstech #techjobs #chsjobs #charlestonworks #techtuesday #techindustry

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Motley Rice hiring IT Helpdesk Support Technician in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina | LinkedIn

Who wants a help desk job at Motley Rice? https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/1173748857/

linkedin.com Posted 3 days ago. Overview: User support and customer service on company supported computer applications and…See this and similar jobs on LinkedIn.

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Apply for Google’s Machine Learning Intensive | Google for Education

Free tuition, free room and board from Google. Here's where you learn more and apply: https://edu.google.com/computer-science/applied-computing-series/intensive.html

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interviewing.io

Free, anonymous technical interview practice with engineers from Google, Facebook, and more

https://interviewing.io/

interviewing.io Get actionable feedback, get awesome at interviewing, get fast-tracked at top companies.

mailchi.mp

CODE Review April 21st - Tech Stories

All female software students should sign up for their free news letter.

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womenwhocode.com

Keeping it STEM – from mechanical to software | Women Who Code

https://www.womenwhocode.com/blog/keeping-it-stem-from-mechanical-to-software

womenwhocode.com It’s hard to believe that at the beginning of last year I was finishing the last week of my career in mechanical engineering to pursue my dream career in software development. It wa

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CharlestonJS May 2019 - I Don't Care About Security - The Future of Frontend

CharlestonJS May 2019 - I Don't Care About Security - The Future of Frontend
Friday, May 10, 2019
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Where:
JRS Innovation Center - TRHC
111 Coleman Blvd Suite 300 · MOUNT PLEASANT, sc
How to find us
Above the Parking Garage on the 3rd Floor. The Garage locks at 6pm we will have someone watching the door, if you can't get in, call/sms us at 843-469-5856

Details
Agenda

Meeting starts at 5:30

5:30 - 6:00 - Networking and Food and Beverages
6:00 - 6:45 - Main Talk: I don't care about Security
Speaker: Joel Lord
6:45 - 7:00 - Break
7:00 - 7:30 - Talk: The future of Frontend
Speaker: Tom Wilson
7:30 - 8:00 - Lighting Talks
8pm Closing Statements

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Pizza and Beverages will be provided

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About the speakers

Joel Lord

Joel Lord is passionate about web and technology in general. He likes to learn new things, but most of all he likes to share his discoveries. He does so by travelling to various conferences all around the globe.
He graduated with a college degree in computer programming back in the last millennium. Apart for a little break to get his BSc in computational astrophysics, he has always been in the industry. As a technical evangelist with Auth0, he meets with developers to help them make the web a safer place.
During his free time, he is usually found stargazing in a campsite somewhere or brewing a fresh batch of beer in his garage.

Tom Wilson

Chief Technology Innovation Officer.

Tom Wilson is passionate about teaching all groups to learn to code, learning to code is a valued skill whether you plan to create applications for your profession or just seeking a better understanding of today's technical world.
https://www.meetup.com/CharlestonJS/events/260758970

meetup.com Fri, May 10, 2019, 5:30 PM: AgendaMeeting starts at 5:305:30 - 6:00 - Networking and Food and Beverages6:00 - 6:45 - Main Talk: I don't care about SecuritySpeaker: Joel Lord6:45 - 7:00 - Break7:00 - 7

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