CodeDaze 2016 - Closing Keynote by Jen Myers CodeDaze was a two day conference in Buffalo, NY to examine the art of Code, Design, Data, and Community. The venue, in the historic Hotel Lafayette, was a warm and welcome place. That said, some the a... Read more
As our websites, applications and teams grow larger and more complicated, so does our CSS. Before we know it, we find ourselves no longer with cute little stylesheets, but sprawling, surly teenaged CSS that doesn’t always play nice with others. We... Read more
Designers are designers and developers are developers and never the twain shall meet, right? Except, not really. The truth is that it can be very useful for software creators to be able to understand the value and process of visual design. We’ll c... Read more
In the scope of history, the field of software development has just begun - but its reach and impact is growing so quickly and so robustly that there’s a real difficulty in keeping its growth both in perspective and in sync with the world at large... Read more
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Jen Myers is a web designer, front-end web developer and an instructor at Dev Bootcamp Chicago, an intensive web development education program. In 2011, she founded the Columbus, Ohio chapter of Girl Develop It, a group that provides introductory coding classes aimed at women, and she currently co-leads the Girl Develop It Chicago chapter. She regularly speaks about topics related to design, education and diversity in the technology field and focuses on finding new ways to make both technology and technolog