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Jan
24
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Jan 24 @ 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Jan
25
Tue
How To Pivot From Healthcare to Cybersecurity: A First-Hand Account
Jan 25 @ 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
How To Pivot From Healthcare to Cybersecurity: A First-Hand Account @ Online event

IMPORTANT: THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT. Register through Eventbrite to get Zoom Link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-pivot-from-healthcare-to-cybersecurity-a-first-hand-account-tickets-227881609027?aff=partners

As the new year begins, it’s time to double down on your future and make the right career moves. We’ve brought together two cybersecurity experts who pivoted to tech from the healthcare industry. It’s never too late to pursue the career you want, and they will dive deep into what helped them transition, so you can too!

Topics include:
– Why they decided to pivot from healthcare to cybersecurity
– What skills easily translated into their new tech roles
– How they learned the cybersecurity skills they needed
– Why they are happy to have changed careers
– Their top advice to help you make the same transition

Be ready for a lively discussion where you’ll get valuable advice for your future cybersecurity career. This is a beginner’s level event meant for anyone looking to jumpstart a career in cybersecurity. Little to no technical experience is required to attend this virtual event.

Creating Your First App Using UI/UX | Virtual Workshop
Jan 25 @ 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Creating Your First App Using UI/UX | Virtual Workshop @ Online event

Important Reminder: This event is virtual. Registration through Eventbrite is required to receive Zoom link. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/creating-your-first-app-using-uiux-virtual-workshop-tickets-229082490897?aff=partners

Ready to launch a new career this year? Learn how to build your first app using UI/UX design principles! With digital products continuing to evolve in the tech world, knowing how to build an engaging design is important for the user.

In this one hour virtual workshop, we’ll explore the fundamentals of creating an app using the elements and principles of user Interface and user experience design. You’ll go through all the steps to gain foundational knowledge on how create the most visually appealing and user friendly app.

This is a beginner’s level event meant for anyone looking to jumpstart a career in UI/UX Design. Little to no technical experience is required to attend this virtual event.

FAQ

Will I need specific software or apps?

You just need to be able to log into your Zoom account. You can download it for free here.

Is participation required?

Participation is encouraged but not required! We invite you to prepare questions if you like, but it is not necessary to enjoy the panel discussion.

Can I get a recording afterward?

Yes! This event will be recorded and we will share a link with you so you can go back and rewatch it any time.

Do I need any previous knowledge or experience to apply?

The University of Miami UI/UX Design Bootcamp does not require any previous graphic design knowledge or experience to enroll.

Do I need to be a student to apply to the UI/UX Design Bootcamp?

No. The University of Miami digital skills programs are open to people of any professional or educational background, regardless of enrollment status.

Will I learn to work with popular design software?

Absolutely! Learners will gain hands-on training with industry-leading tools and software, including Adobe Creative Suite, Zoom, Otter.ai, Miro, Figma and even coding tools like HTML and CSS.

What makes this program different from others?

Our UI/UX Design Professional Bootcamp is a professional, online, part-time program that is accessible for learners of all skill levels, no prerequisites required! We focus on in-depth training via live classes to prepare even the most novice learner for a career in UI/UX in less than one year. With our introductory course, you can try the course before making any financial or schedule commitments to the extended program to ensure this is the best career path for you.

If you would like to learn more about the University of Miami digital skills bootcamps, visit us online at https://digitalskills.miami.edu/.

Jan
31
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Jan 31 @ 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Feb
3
Thu
Android Day on Google Open Source Live
Feb 3 @ 4:00 AM – 6:00 AM
Android Day on Google Open Source Live @ Online event

Join us for the sixteenth Google Open Source Live event in our series: “Android Day on Google Open Source Live”!

Google Android experts will share updates on everything from Bespoke Infrastructure – Enabling developer productivity in AOSP, to Better transparency, privacy, and security in AOSP.

Throughout the event, our speakers will answer your questions via the Live Q&A Forum. We’ll wrap up the event with an After Party on Google Meet for an opportunity to connect with the speakers and other attendees.

Event:
Android Day on Google Open Source Live

Date:
Thursday, February 3rd at 9:00 am – 11:00 am PST

Agenda:
9:00 am
Opening for Android Day on Google Open Source Live
Ally Sillins, Program Manager (Google)

9:03 am
Session 1: Bespoke Infrastructure – Enabling developer productivity in AOSP
A look into how Android keeps the open-source AOSP development branches high quality and usable through continuous integration on both AOSP and Android internal branches. We will also cover the life of a CL from submission to production Android release.
Raman Tenneti, Software Engineer (Google)
Ian Kasprzak, Tech Lead – Android Open Source Team (Google)

9:25 am
Session 2: Infrastructure to ensure quality and velocity of AOSP
Overview of the infrastructure that ensures quality and engineering productivity of Android’s Open Source Project. This session will take the audience on a step-by-step walk through of a life of a commited change. Lastly, users can participate and experience the infrastructure themselves through a hands-on codelab.
Ian Kasprzak, Tech Lead – Android Open Source Team (Google)
Lance Fluger, Engineering Manager (Google)

9:47 am
Session 3: Building and running Android from AOSP – Cloud Android
A focus on how users can download the source, build and launch cloud android targets (or directly download the pre-built images) and use cuttlefish to develop and test new OS features. Explains how cloud android is being used both internally at Google and by our partners to increase the development velocity.
Alistar Delva, Software Engineer (Google)

10:09 am
Session 4: Better transparency, privacy, and security in AOSP
We will discuss how we are adding to the privacy, security, and transparency of AOSP through innovations in our platform programming language tools and new distribution through the Mainline project.
Jeff Hamilton, Principal Software Engineer (Google)
Lars Bergstrom, Director of Engineering, Android Platform Programming Languages (Google)

10:30 am After Party on Google Meet

11:00 am End

Feb
7
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Feb 7 @ 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Feb
8
Tue
A Career in UI/UX: Getting Started in User Interface | Virtual Workshop
Feb 8 @ 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
A Career in UI/UX: Getting Started in User Interface | Virtual Workshop @ Online event

Important Reminder: This event is virtual. Registration is required through Eventbrite to receive Zoom link. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-career-in-uiux-getting-started-in-user-interface-virtual-workshop-tickets-244060811457?aff=meetup.

Curious about UI and visual design? Join us for a live event and gain an in-depth looks at introductory UI/UX concepts and design principles, and learn how to build your first mockup of a user interface under the guidance of our expert speaker, Software Engineer Jonathon Hinchley.

Follow Hinchley as he walks you through what exactly user interface is, how it is used and how it can help you become a top-notch designer.

This is a beginner’s level event meant for anyone looking to jumpstart a career in UI/UX Design. Little to no technical experience is required to attend this virtual event.

FAQ

Will I need specific software or apps?

You just need to be able to log into your Zoom account. You can download it for free here.

Is participation required?

Participation is encouraged but not required! We invite you to prepare questions if you like, but it is not necessary to enjoy the panel discussion.

Can I get a recording afterward?

Yes! This event will be recorded and we will share a link with you so you can go back and rewatch it any time.

Do I need any previous knowledge or experience to apply?

The University of Miami UI/UX Design Bootcamp does not require any previous graphic design knowledge or experience to enroll.

Do I need to be a student to apply to the UI/UX Design Bootcamp?

No. The University of Miami Digital Skills Programs are open to people of any professional or educational background, regardless of enrollment status.

Will I learn to work with popular design software?

Absolutely! Learners will gain hands-on training with industry-leading tools and software, including Adobe Creative Suite, Zoom, Otter.ai, Miro, Figma and even coding tools like HTML and CSS.

What makes this program different from others?

Our UI/UX Design Professional Bootcamp is a professional, online, part-time program that is accessible for learners of all skill levels, no prerequisites required! We focus on in-depth training via live classes to prepare even the most novice learner for a career in UI/UX in less than one year. With our introductory course, you can try the course before making any financial or schedule commitments to the extended program to ensure this is the best career path for you.

If you would like to learn more about the University of Miami digital skills bootcamps, visit us online at https://digitalskills.miami.edu/.

Feb
14
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Feb 14 @ 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Feb
21
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Feb 21 @ 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Feb
22
Tue
PRE-RECORDED: Top 5 Tips for Changing Careers to UI/UX Design | Virtual Event
Feb 22 @ 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
PRE-RECORDED: Top 5 Tips for Changing Careers to UI/UX Design | Virtual Event @ Online event

Important Reminder: This is a pre-recorded virtual event. Registration is required through Eventbrite to receive Zoom link. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/top-5-tips-for-changing-careers-to-uiux-design-virtual-event-tickets-253257729687?aff=meetup

Design is everywhere. It exists in both digital and physical spaces and is the foundation of our digital world. But not everyone working in the field started their journey there! Many of us didn’t start out as artists, creatives, or graphic designers but instead bankers, business associates, or healthcare professionals. Despite this, our paths, experiences, skill sets, and passions led us to the world of design.

Join us for a pre-recorded event to recap our workshop with Associate UI/UX Program Director Patrick McClary. Patrick shares his experience going from being a sports writer to high school teacher to UX designer and offers his top 5 tips for how you might kick-start your career change to a design position.
This is a free, introductory-level event that is open to anyone interested in learning more about UI/UX Design. Register to secure your spot!

FAQ

Do I need any previous knowledge or experience to apply?

The University of Miami UI/UX Design Professional Bootcamp does not require any previous graphic design knowledge or experience to enroll.

Do I need to be a student to apply to the UI/UX Design Bootcamp?

No. The University of Miami digital skills programs are open to people of any professional or educational background, regardless of enrollment status.

Will I learn to work with popular design software?

Absolutely! Learners will gain hands-on training with industry-leading tools and software, including Adobe Creative Suite, Zoom, Otter.ai, Miro, Figma and even coding tools like HTML and CSS.

What makes this program different from others?

Our UI/UX Design Professional Bootcamp is a professional, online, part-time program that is accessible for learners of all skill levels, no prerequisites required! We focus on in-depth training via live classes to prepare even the most novice learner for a career in UI/UX in less than one year. With our introductory course, you can try the course before making any financial or schedule commitments to the extended program to ensure this is the best career path for you.

If you would like to learn more about the University of Miami Digital Skills Bootcamps, visit us online at https://digitalskills.miami.edu/.

Feb
28
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Feb 28 @ 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Mar
7
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Mar 7 @ 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Mar
14
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Mar 14 @ 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Mar
21
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Mar 21 @ 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020

Mar
28
Mon
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights
Mar 28 @ 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Grammerhub Peer Programming Nights @ Online event

A meetup for new Devs pursuing their first Dev job, those leveling up their skills for mid-level positions, or just starting in programming looking for a career switch – Although all are welcome to join the conversation!

Our goals for Grammerhub’s weekly Monday coding nights*:
– Support independent projects and collaboration
– Build a community and provide accountability
– Provide opportunities to grow professionally with technology

Who we are: A grassroots group of volunteers applying our skills with technology, design, research, and more in service of those looking to reach their next level in their Dev careers.

How it works:
– 6:30 pm EST: We open our general video conference call (Intros, Q&A, Show-and-Tell, etc.)
– 7:00 pm EST: Work on Project(s)
– 8:15 pm EST: Wrap-up, announcements

New to Grammerhub? No problem! We have volunteer organizers to help you get started.

Grammerhub workspace on Slack: http://bit.ly/grammerhub-slack

What you’ll learn:

– Web development techniques and syntax for programming in multiple languages
– How to deploy your code
– Resources for continued learning

Looking forward to working with you all!

– The Grammerhub Team

_
*Going strong since Monday March 9th, 2020