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SEK Dev Connect

SEK Dev Connect is way to meet other developers and learn exciting new development topics in southeast Kansas. These once-per-month lunch gatherings will be held at the Foundry at Block 22 in Pittsburg.

Each month we will have a speaker present a conference style talk to encourage professional development and learning. There will also be opportunities soon for anyone to submit their own ideas for talks and present a session at SEK Dev Connect.

Lunch will be provided at each gathering, courtesy of local sponsors! Details for upcoming sessions below.

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Schedule

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19/Coronavirus and guidance from our local city officials, SEK Dev Connect will be suspended until May. We will re-evaluate the situation at that time. Currently the plan is to just push back the currently scheduled sessions and start them again in May.
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May 27, 2020 | 11:30 am

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Distributed Teams at DroneDeploy
Ever wondered what working from home is like? How do companies succeed with large remote teams? How is remote work different from telework? Come learn about remote work and DroneDeploy. DroneDeploy, a SaaS drone company working in construction, agriculture, inspection, mining, oil and gas, roofing, solar and many other businesses, is based in the heart of San Francisco, California with an engineering team of over 50 people, half of which work remotely. Remote team members hail from locations like Poland, Amsterdam, Boston, and you guessed it, Pittsburg, Kansas!

DroneDeploy makes software for drones that helps businesses manage complex sites and projects. Our software automates everything from flight to insight, allowing teams to survey large areas and make informed decisions quickly, safely, and accurately. We’re making drone data accessible and useful across all industries, improving site communications, planning, and operations. We are the leading drone software company with over 5,000 customers that have flown over 1 million flights, across 180 countries!.
June 24, 2020 | 11:30 am

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Tame your CSS with SASS
Have you ever came across a project with 3+ variants of the same color because someone forgot the original Hex color? What about an unorganized 5k+ line CSS file? SASS, or Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets, is a CSS meta-language that extends on modern CSS to provide a better developer experience and help make CSS maintainable. We will explore the basics of SASS, organize a large CSS file, and utilize the key features of SASS to reduce duplicate code.

Want to submit your own talk for SEK Dev Connect? Feel free to send it to us by emailing it here.

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