Giving a talk at WordCamp NYC 2016 on Sunday, July 17th from 12:50. This talk will explain the features, benefits and advantages of Vagrant, why it is so awesome and how you can get up and running quickly. Vagrant is a great piece of software that creates reproducible and portable virtual machines which can be used as web servers for local WordPress testing environments. Vagrant is a tool for managing virtual machines – creating a programmatic way create and configure virtual machines that mimic an application’s production environment.
Developing locally is one of the best things that can happen to web developers. Not only does it let you dispense with upload/download times, you can create as many projects as you want, work with real domains locally and generally speed up everything you do.
The presentation will be given on 2016-07-10 from 10:00 to 11:00 at Rails Camp NYC at the United Nations Secretariat Building, 405 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017.
When you’re just starting out, the tech world can feel pretty intimidating. That’s why open Slack groups are so ideal for tech beginners: You can get career advice, coding help, and general support without ever leaving your chair. Even better? You’ll meet mentors and friends from all across the world—and I probably don’t need to tell you that having a network can make all the difference.
The NYC Web Development Fellowship is a 22-week training program designed to equip New Yorkers with the skills necessary to launch careers in web development. This iteration of the Fellowship serves foreign-born New Yorkers who are authorized to work in the United States.
Won a scholarship to attend a 16 weeks intensive program to develop highly sought-after skills in DevOps, cloud and server administration sponsored by Microsoft.
Been teaching Ruby on Rails workshop for past three years. The focus will be on developing functional web apps and programming in Ruby.
How can small sites become popular?
It is not easy. Once source of inspiration is going back to your marketing plan to understand your positioning in the marketplace and competition.
Some are due to mergers and acquisition, some are due to general cost cutting, and others are the result of a strategic reorganization in which new types of roles are born because the company is actually changing focus of their business and new employees with totally different skills are needed.
Are there any special tactics and considerations when an job application is submitted into the corporate job portal or “black hole?” When an applicant tweaks a resume for two companies and both companies subscribe to the same Talent Intelligence Network does the software flag the applicant as suspicious? Alternatively, if a person is actually working at a company subscribed to a Talent Intelligence Network, can the employer be automatically notified that one of their employees is doing an active job search? These are the concerns and questions about Talent Social Networks run by Taleo, Brassring and others.