Displaying activities 1 - 25 of 62 in total
September 30, 2016
September 28, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 28, 2016 01:05 UTC
- Reviewed the next issues to work after RGSoC;
- Geisa continued studying about JS (and talked with a friend about Elm);
- RubyConfBR: checked all the tips, links, materials from the talks. A lot of great things to work on Speakerinnen;
- Prepared the talk for next friday and some exercises for the participants;
- Read some articles and documentations about staging an app and production in Heroku;
September 27, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 27, 2016 01:17 UTC
I'm back to Salvador, tired but really happy and full of new ideas.
- Added our invitation to RGSoC's Announcements
- Organized the photos and videos and notes to write the blog post about RubyConfBR;
- Talk with some friends to confirm they participation at the Goodbye Party for next friday;
- Hangout with Emma;
- Call with our supervisor;
- Finish the preparations for the party;
September 24, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 24, 2016 03:38 UTC
RubyConfBR first day was so amazing.
Meet my friends, meet some people that i admire but only knew from Twitter.
There were some talks happening all the sametime that i didn't know how to participate for all of them.
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 24, 2016 03:33 UTC
Today I worked at Google Campus Sao Paulo all day.
It's really great. The place is so cool.
I'll share more later for you.
- We have a call with our lovely supervisor Ines (I was in a phoneboth);
- I've worked on some texts and RGSoC tasks;
See ya later,
September 21, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 21, 2016 21:50 UTC
This is Geisa :)
I woke up so early to get in time to the flight. I prefer to come two days before the conference to meet other groups of dev girls.
I'm so excited! Sunday, after the conference, i will participe of a workshop to learn about development games with Unity3D at MariaLab, a feminist hackerspace (the only one in Brazil).
- Get some informations about the translation;
- Some RGSoC tasks;
- Schedule some meetings with locals groups at Sao Paulo (Geisa);
- Try to to talk with other dev friends for guidance about social plugins;
September 20, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 20, 2016 22:19 UTC
Wow, today was so intense.
- We talk with orga-team;
- Checked the translation issue;
- Geisa is going tomorrow to Sao Paulo for [RubyConf](rubyconf.com.br), so she was taking care of the things for the trip, making contacts with other Ruby developers and planned her week;
- We sent information for our talk at Mundo Senai conference next week;
- We talked about some tasks for RGSoC (texts about our experiences at conferences);
- Talked about some similar projects there are running in Brazil and contact some developers girls to meet Speakerinnen;
Tomorrow we want to finish the translation, so we can spread Speakerinnen for the all Portuguese speakers at the world!
September 19, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 19, 2016 22:23 UTC
- Another merge for #issue443 \o/
- Geisa worked on #issue408
- Planned and checked some arranges for RubyConf
- Search for local places and coworkings to work during our stay at Sao Paulo
- Guidance session about JS and another front-end tips
We've been invited to give a talk about diversity and RGSoC to juniors at a local tech school next week. :)
September 17, 2016
September 14, 2016
September 13, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 13, 2016 22:04 UTC
- Geisa solved some issues and so she could continue to work on the implements;
- Emma worked on country-issue with Mentor Anja;
- More tests with RSPec;
- Geisa studied about PostgreSQL;
- We get into contact with Rails Girls Community at São Paulo, so we could meet them during the RubyConf this month :)
- Check places to work during our stay in Sao Paulo city;
September 12, 2016
September 09, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 9, 2016 21:25 UTC
- Practice more tests and code clean;
- Review some issues;
- talk session about security in RoR applications;
Today we'll be celebrating with Coach X at a farewell party.
As usual at the Virada Hacker (a night for code, hacking and fun) we'll try to finish some tasks and meet a lot of friends.
Have a nice weekend!
September 08, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 8, 2016 22:12 UTC
- Talked with Coach X (he is going to study abroad /Portugal/) about our last weeks in RGSoC;
- Talked with Coach Brena about the issues we are having trouble;
- Continued worked on issue 408;
- New challenges for RSpec and Capybara;
- Reviewed the issues we still have to work;
- Get some help to solve some issues with Vagrant and postgresql;
September 06, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 6, 2016 22:55 UTC
- Talk with some local partners about our crowdfunding campaign;
- Geisa couldn't solve some issues with Vagrant and PostgreSQL configuration;
- Practicing RSpec, unit tests and Capybara;
- Session talk about tests with some friends;
- Geisa starts writing about her experience at Jusbrasil Tech Day;
- We talk about Q&A interview from Speakerinnen (why is so difficult talk about us?);
Tomorrow is a holiday in Brazil (Independence Day).
September 05, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 5, 2016 21:47 UTC
So...this is the last month of RGSoC.
We've been talking about it and what we learn till now, reviewed our work and what we are having difficult to achieve.
- Emma read some articles to solve some issues that she wants to work this week;
- Emma reviewed issues #396 and #469
- Geisa wrote about some impressions about the meetup last Friday;
- We talk about the page for the campaign (crowdfunding for travel costs to RubyConf this month);
- Geisa worked on issue #408
- Finish Speakerinnen's Q&A
- Launch crowdfunding campaign
- Geisa will try to solve some issues with Vagrant and PostgreSQL configuration
- Finish issue #408
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 5, 2016 16:50 UTC
Last Friday I was at JusBrasil Tech Day .
It was great to see friends and meet more professionals in the IT field.
My favorite talk was about IT Performance, something we are usually dealing with these last months. We like a lot about that topic (tests, performances, Continuos Integration and Delivery).
Soon I'll talk a little more about it.
*Emma had some personal issues to resolve , so she can't go.
September 01, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at September 1, 2016 22:33 UTC
What we did
- More learning sessions about JS;
- Read some articles and watch some videos about JS and TDD with JS;
- Geisa wasted the rest of the day trying to set up Vragrant and catch some tips from Coach Brena to finish that;
We were invited to attend a local meetup with some professionals and learn more about Agile, Docker, Tsuru and a lot more great things. :smile:
The host is Jusbrasil, one of the most important local companies. The schedule is in Portuguese but you can know more about them here in English.
August 31, 2016
August 30, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at August 30, 2016 21:15 UTC
Unlike the meaning of the number 42, this day brought more new questions than answers.
- We check some issues that we planned for this month;
- We talked about JS learnings lessons;
- Following our supervisor advices, Geisa started checking Free Code Camp course to get some more learnings about front-end;
- JS isn't easy and our first attempts didn't work for issue 408;
- We plan to try gem for social sharing buttons;
- Advance learnings about JS;
August 29, 2016
August 26, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at August 26, 2016 20:39 UTC
Wow! What a week, hum?
So much things we learned. It's funny and great when you realize that all of your previously estimatives were wrong.
"Serious? Just these? We'll take care of them in the first month!" - said two poors girls that didn't know nothing about a big project. (John Snow's feelings)
But, it's been amazing too. Now we know how deep and how much something that looks simple and easy to fix is complex. Like a domino effect.
For social sharing buttons I'd always (Geisa) use third-party tools in my projects or clients projects. Simple and easy to manage, but to add one of them to Speakerinnen's site i dig the internet for recommendations, read posts and foruns about the pros and cons. So i realize that isn't the better solution: not safe, harvest traffic statistics from your site, track your visitors, slow to load, just a few disadvantages.
The friday ends with more tasks to take care on monday.
Others things we did
- Clean Code readings;
- Coach session with Brena <3;
Have a great weekend, everyone!
August 25, 2016
Team perifericas (Speakerinnen)  — at August 25, 2016 21:36 UTC
Today we had a long session withh coach Brena to find and test solutions for #issue408. We talked about design and how to provide social media buttons for people recommend Speakerinnen :)
We finally get two suggestions and sent them for our mentors analize.
- Emma worked on a new issue 443
- Geisa continued her readings (Clean Code)
- Get the code for social sharing buttons