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The Lead Developer Austin 2018
Dec
6
9:00 AM09:00

The Lead Developer Austin 2018

Our engineering workflow revolves around our code review process. Code reviews are more than just a way to make sure we don’t introduce new bugs into the codebase. They have become pillars of our team’s engineering culture—ensuring code quality, encouraging collaboration and providing valuable teaching and learning opportunities.

We’ll look at the ways your code review process can define, reflect and reinforce your team's culture. These methods can be useful whether you're building and managing engineering teams at startups, large companies or even open source communities. We’ll then walk through the process with actual Pull Requests and identify best practices for more productive code reviews.


Role: Speaker, Code Reviews For the Culture

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All Things Open 2018
Oct
21
to Oct 23

All Things Open 2018

  • Raleigh Convention Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our engineering workflow at SalesLoft revolves around our code review process. Code reviews are more than just a way to make sure we don’t introduce new bugs into the codebase. They have become pillars of our team’s engineering culture—ensuring code quality, encouraging collaboration and providing valuable teaching and learning opportunities. We’ll look at the ways your code review process can define, reflect and reinforce your community's culture. These methods can be useful whether you're building and managing open source communities, engineering teams at startups or even large, established companies. We’ll then walk through the process with actual Pull Requests and identify best practices for more useful code reviews.

Role: Speaker, Code Reviews, For the Culture

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Write/Speak/Code
Aug
1
to Aug 4

Write/Speak/Code

  • Microsoft Technology Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Whether you are giving it or receiving it, performance reviews are stressful. And not just because you are being assessed, but because it reflects on your relationship with your team and workplace as well as asking the existential question “What am I doing with my life?” Let’s hear from a number of experienced current and former engineering managers about performance reviews and career growth. We will discuss goals, progress, feedback, and the manager-report relationship.

Role: Panelist, Career Growth and Performance Reviews: An Engineering Leader Perspective

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OSCON 2018
Jul
16
to Jul 19

OSCON 2018

  • Oregon Convention Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Erica Stanley outlines best practices in architecture and design patterns for progressive web apps (PWAs). Along the way, Erica details common ways to refactor existing web apps to take advantage of these best practices and shares lessons learned from the PWA migration of SalesLoft's core application.

Role: Speaker, Refactoring for progressive web apps

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SyntaxCon 2018
Jun
6
to Jun 8

SyntaxCon 2018

As virtual and augmented applications become more widely used, developers of more traditional media, such as web and mobile platforms, may find themselves building nontraditional interfaces. Erica Stanley will offer an overview of the interaction patterns that work well in mixed-reality environments and shares techniques that can be integrated into new or existing applications.

Topics include:

  • Gesture tracking in virtual environments
  • Head and eye tracking
  • Voice-based interactions
  • Open source projects that build on and incorporate these patterns
  • How to incorporate these patterns into your application

Role: Speaker, Building Interfaces for Virtual and Augmented Reality

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JazzCon.Tech 2018
Mar
21
to Mar 23

JazzCon.Tech 2018

This session will explore best practices in architecture and design patterns for progressive web apps (PWA). We'll then examine common ways to refactor existing web apps to take advantage of these best practices, along with lessons learned from the PWA migration of our core application at SalesLoft.

Role: Speaker, Refactoring for Progressive Web Apps

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GitHub Constellation Atlanta
Feb
26
to Feb 27

GitHub Constellation Atlanta

Our engineering workflow at SalesLoft revolves around the tools GitHub provides for our code review process. Code reviews here are more than just a way to make sure we don’t introduce new bugs into the codebase. They have become pillars of our team’s engineering culture—ensuring code quality, encouraging collaboration and providing valuable teaching and learning opportunities. We’ll look at the ways our code review process reflects and reinforces our engineering culture. Then we’ll walk through the process with an actual Pull Request and identify best practices for more useful code reviews.

Role: Speaker, Code Reviews, For the Culture

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All Things Open 2017
Oct
23
to Oct 24

All Things Open 2017

  • Raleigh Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This session will explore best practices in architecture and design patterns for progressive web apps (PWA). We'll then examine common ways to refactor existing web apps to take advantage of these best practices, along with lessons learned from the PWA migration of our core application at SalesLoft.

Role: Speaker, Refactoring for Progressive Web Apps

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CONNECT.TECH 2017
Sep
20
to Sep 22

CONNECT.TECH 2017

Making the right technology decisions for mobile app development is crucial to minimize costs and time to market, while ensuring user adoption and scalability. Using Javascript frameworks and APIs, developers can now build hybrid apps, progressive web apps and native apps that marry the best of the web with the best native mobile apps. In this session we’ll dive into the technologies behind these next-gen web features and learn how they’re driving the evolution of mobile and web development. We’ll examine: * Hybrid Technologies, such as Ionic 2 * Native Mobile Development with Javascript, including React Native and NativeScript * Progressive Web Apps * How they compare and use cases for their application

Role: Speaker, The State of Mobile Web

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We RISE 2017
Jun
23
to Jun 24

We RISE 2017

  • Loudermilk Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The We Rise Women in Tech Conference amplifies women in technology. We Rise stands apart as a conference committed to rigor, connection, and enthusiasm in equal parts. Join us at our inaugural event to gain deep knowledge on a wide breadth of topics, expand your networks, and spark new connections.

Role: Co-Organizer

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OSCON 2017
May
9
to May 10

OSCON 2017

This session will give an overview of the interaction patterns that work well in mixed reality environments and show techniques that can be integrated into new or existing applications.

Role: Speaker, Building Interfaces for Virtual and Augmented Reality

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MagmaConf 2017
Mar
29
to Mar 31

MagmaConf 2017

Virtual reality (VR) is an amazing medium that helps create immersive stories for nearly any industry, from journalism to manufacturing to gaming. Virtual reality hardware systems like Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear and others are starting to making VR a household name. On the software side, most of the activity is confined to native applications, but the web can bring major advantages to VR that only increase the accessibility of this platform, including experiencing VR without downloading and installing apps and allowing seamless connections from one experience to another via hyperlinks. This session will examine the technologies bringing VR to the web including Google’s VR view & VR shell, Mozilla VR and WebVR, a vendor--vendor-independent web standards for VR.

Role: Speaker, Web-based Virtual Reality

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Geekend 2017
Jan
27
to Jan 28

Geekend 2017

In this session, we hope to expand the conversation of diversity and inclusion in tech and have clear actionable goals that will impact Savannah’s local tech community.

Role: Speaker, Toward Diversity in Tech Through Intentional Inclusion

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