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Mar 2016

Wanted: SydJSzero

Level 6, 341 George St (Atlassian)

SydJS needs your help.

We want to find 24 people who aren't yet happy to call themselves JavaScript Developers. We want people who want to develop, but haven't taken the step to start their journey.

And we want to be the catalyst to start that journey. 

WE know they can do it. YOU know they can do it. Let's work together to make sure THEY know  they can do it.

Got someone in mind? Get them to move fast to get an RSVP to be part of the first SydJSzero

This is a new SydJS initiative hoping to meet new developers at the grass roots

Talks

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[0] On caring for new Developers

In November 2015 Amy surveyed junior web developers to find out how they could be better supported in the workplace. Find out about what Amy learnt and about the site that has her findings.

by Amy Simmons
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[0] Talking the talk

More than learning the language you'll be developing in, there's also the language the rest of your team uses to discuss how the develop. 

Ben will introduce you to the jargon that surrounds our industry and offers a way for you to deal with talk the talk at your own pace.

by Ben Conolly
Sharkie Avatar

[0] Programming not languaging

Learning to become a Programmer is different to learning a language.

Programming is about using a language to solve the decisions your project creates.
Langauges are about learning what your options are.
Programming is the wisdom to use a language.

Let's take a look at programming

by Sharkie
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Samantha Diamond Avatar
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Daniel Gormly Avatar
Eoin Meaney Avatar
Wisnu Prawoto Avatar
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