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In this episode, host Adam Cuppy chats with the President of Women of Sex Tech, Alison Falk. Tune in for an insightful discussion about sex education in the tech space, and the greater impact it has on society.
Coming from a rural upbringing and an education in coding, Alison shares her story of growing into a voice for inclusion, acceptance, and diversity in the tech industry.
This episode contains adult content that may not be appropriate for younger listeners. Discretion is advised.
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Throughout the season, we’ll be talking about personal growth in the lesser-known edges of software. Fun stuff like unique uses of tech in production, DevRel, product management, and so much more ZEAL goodness.
We actively use our 5 principles in all that we do. We use them in the software development work we do, working and interacting with teammates, clients, and our communities. Our principles are not vacuous mission statements but actual tools we use to simplify our decision making and bring focus to what’s important.
Our first principle is Always Learn and Grow. Continuous learning is essential in so many industries today, especially software development. As humans, our desire to grow is also pretty inherent. We naturally want to learn and grow.
When you're merging branches or pushing code, git does a good job of handling updates automatically. Every once in awhile, though, you may run into a merge conflict, where git doesn't know the best way to merge your files. In this video, Amy talks through how merge conflicts occur and the best way to resolve them.
Another Friday, another stellar ZEAL stream. Coming off the success of adding a command to check the whether at a location, Erik continues work on the Twitch Chat bot adding the ability to check the time at a location.
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A collection of cool stuff the ZEAL team found interesting this week.
Join us here on May 6 for a free virtual event featuring developers working together on the world’s software, announcements from the GitHub team, and inspiring performances by artists who code.
Lottie is a library for Android, iOS, Web, and Windows that parses Adobe After Effects animations exported as json with Bodymovin and renders them natively on mobile and on the web!
This is a library for making CSS-only patterns (dots, stripes, zig-zags, checkerboard, etc.).
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