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November 2017

Information Session

Thank you for your interest in Seattle University's School of New & Continuing Studies (NCS). Join us for an information session to learn more about the B.A. degree completion and professional certificate programs including the Bachelor of Arts in Digital Technology and Cultures, the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership, and the Certificate in Front-End Web Development. Please reserve your spot here.  

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21November
LSAX 141, 1215 E. Columbia St., Seattle WA 98122
Seattle, WA 98122 United States

Information Session

Thank you for your interest in Seattle University's School of New & Continuing Studies (NCS). Join us for an information session to learn more about the B.A. degree completion and professional certificate programs including the Bachelor of Arts in Digital Technology and Cultures, the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership, and the Certificate in Front-End Web Development. Please reserve your spot here.  

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28November
LSAX 141, 1215 E. Columbia St., Seattle WA 98122
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
December 2017
Upgrade Underway

Meetup: Upgrading from Angular 1.x to 2+ with Kyle McNutt

Join us for a Meetup event open to the public. We will welcome Kyle McNutt to talk to us about upgrading our Angular projects. Upgrading from AngularJS 1.x to Angular 2+ has been touted as a full-rewrite job, and can be quite daunting. I'm going to show you how to take it slow though and upgrade each of your Components piece by piece, instead of doing a full re-write. We'll cover the necessary prep work, how to pass information between AngularJS Components and Angular 2+ Components, and how you eventually can move to a full Angular 2+ application. About Kyle My name is Kyle McNutt, I currently work at Unity Technologies trying to figure out how to better share code at Unity across the many different platforms that we ship to, including browsers, Electron, and the Unity Editor. I have a BS in Computer Science from Cal Poly Pomona, and a Master's in Software Engineering from Seattle University. I've been using Angular since early 2014 and learned so much in how to use it effectively in code bases. Find more information on our official Meetup page: Seattle University Web Developers Meetup.

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12December
SU Wyckoff Auditorium, 901 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
January 2018

Meetup: Career Planning and Readiness with Alexandra Stavert

This month we welcome Alexandra Stavert and her team for a presentation and Q&A session on career planning and readiness. This presentation helps fulfill our goal of providing members with networking and career advancement opportunities, so we're very excited to be able to host this session. As a leading creative staffing agency, The Creative Group (TCG), (http://creativegroup.com/) specializes in connecting interactive, design, marketing, advertising, and public relations talent with the best companies. In Seattle, TCG works with over 200+ companies, everything from the giants to the startups. Please come and meet the local Seattle team and their suggestions on career readiness including: interview tips resume/portfolio guidance market knowledge building professional relationships The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session, so bring your questions! === The SU Web Developers Meetup is sponsored by the Seattle University Web Development Certificate. This group is open to everyone who wishes to learn more about web development and grow or share their knowledge.

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09January
SU Wyckoff Auditorium, 901 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
February 2018
JavaScript Code

Targeting Your Career Change into Web Development

This month we will try something new: A talk and a panel discussion. We will meet at Optimism Brewing, and Seattle University School of New and Continuing Studies will sponsor drink tickets for all attendees. Join us for a presentation, a discussion, and free drinks! The presentation will be about trends and the direction of the industry. The world of web development changes rapidly, and over the past 10 years the practice of building websites has become a very different process. New roles have been created, old roles have shifted responsibilities, and the resources and tools we use to build websites have evolved and changed in many ways. Although we still need to begin with the “fundamentals” of web development, it’s more important than ever to push into more evolved techniques and approaches. Planning your career change to target the skills of tomorrow instead of the practices of yesterday is a crucial strategic step to make in order to be successful in landing a job. Developers come from a more diverse background than ever before, and industry is more open to non-traditional backgrounds, but we still need people who can do the job. Join us to explore, explain, and help sort out your options. We will also have a panel discussion: Navigating the Job Hunt as a Developer with a Non-Traditional Background. Getting hired as a developer with a non-traditional background can be challenging. Join us for a conversation with web development industry experts who will answer questions and offer advice for conducting a successful job hunt and landing a career-changing job.

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13February
Optimism Brewery, 1158 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
March 2018

Introduction to MS Visual Studio Team Services with Andrew Cook

Please join us for a talk from Andrew Cook about the many features Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services has to offer developers. We will hear a presentation and there will be time for Q&A afterward. Speaker Bio Andrew Cook is a software developer, speaker, and Paramedic with experience in the Microsoft Stack specializing in cloud application development. You can find more from Andrew on his blog: https://codingwithcookie.com/ . You can also find him on twitter: @codingwcookie (https://twitter.com/codingwcookie). Talk Description Years ago when deploying software you would have to follow a tedious multistep process. A process which would fail under the smallest of errors and inevitably there were errors. Luckily today there are tools to automate not old the deployment process but also the build process. This allows teams and individuals to setup and use continuous integration and continuous deployment. We’ll explore setting up a Git repository, automating builds and deployments from that repository, setting up project work and bug tracking, and creating load tests to measure performance. Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/vsts/user-guide/what-is-vsts) is a cloud service for collaborating on code development. It provides an integrated set of features that you access through your web browser or IDE client, including: Git repositories for source control of your code Build and release management to support continuous integration and delivery of your apps Agile tools to support planning and tracking your work, code defects, and issues using Kanban and Scrum methods A variety of tools to test your apps, including manual/exploratory testing, load testing, and continuous testing Highly customizable dashboards for sharing progress and trends Built-in wiki for sharing information with your team The SU Web Developers Meetup is sponsored by the Seattle University Web Development Certificate. This group is open to everyone who wishes to learn more about web development and grow or…

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13March
SU Wyckoff Auditorium, 901 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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