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What talk are you most excited to experience at CodeLand 2022?

Hey there, CodeNewbie Community members old and new!

With CodeLand 2022 coming up really soon (June 16 & 17, 2022), our team would love to know which talk you're particularly excited to experience β€” and why.

View the program here and let us know your answer in the comments below.


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Chris Miles

Another first timer. Looking forward to everything, but "Accessibility is not a mystery" jumped out as a particularly strong title.

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Kat Fay

πŸ‘‹πŸΌ Chris, I'm a first timer too and not really sure what to expect ... looking forward to it and hoping to connect with other learners to encourage each other πŸ˜ƒ Would love to follow you on Twitter, I'm @katfay_ Accessibility is such an important topic. I think the last few years has shown us that if tech is not designed with diverse needs in mind from the start - it can be a life damaging/threatening (just thinking of how apps and comms were not initially tailored older or culturally diverse audiences who needed them here in Melbourne, Aus, during the pandemic).

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Jacob Asper

Same :)

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Ayu Adiati

Literally, all of them! 🀩

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Kithmini🌸 • Edited on

This is the first time of me participating to a codeLand. And um so excited to see whats going and everything on there.πŸ€©πŸ’œ

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Christine

As someone new to coding and learning HTML, CSS, & JavaScript to design more engaging & inclusive online courses, β€œAccessibility in Design” and β€œTeaching through Code Reviews” are the two webinars that pique my interest.

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Kat Fay

They sound like interesting choices Christine and I can relate to being new at HTML, CSS & JavaScript. What kind of courses are you designing?

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Christine

I aspire to create courses for educators at a university or a EdTech company. So far, it’s been for K-12.

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Gracie Gregory (she/her)

I truly cannot and will not pick πŸ˜‚

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Matt Van Itallie

omg this is so exciting!

I am looking forward to all of them too.

But can I "cheat" and say the "talk" I'm most interested in is hearing from with newer coders and hearing their stories and their passion for coding. It is so exciting to me to hear folks' journeys into tech, what's on their minds, and what they are looking forward to.

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Elaine Aquino • Edited on

Hey! :) I am most excited about the accessibility talks and listening to the stories of the speakers about their personal and professional journeys. I also would love to learn about inclusivity topics as they make me really curious. :)

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Ben Stokes

Anything on accessibility and mental health

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Thomas Bnt

Oooh me too!

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justacodergirl

The whole CodeLand eventπŸ˜β€‹

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Lorna

I'm particularly drawn to the accessibility and mental health talks- but it all sounds genuinely great!

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barrytmock

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I was part of the committee this year who had the honor to choose which talks should be held on this years CodeLand. I guarantee, all these talks will be AMAZING!!

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Madelene Campos

I was a code newbie back in 2015, went to a bootcamp and have been working as a programmer ever since! I'm looking forward to coming at this from the "other side" and feeling that positive energy and hope, again.

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Maria Silva

πŸ‘‹πŸΌ First timer here!
As a prenatal nurse I am really excited for the How I Tracked My Pregnancy with Python & Emojis. Sounds so interesting, I've never heard a patient do this. πŸ˜ƒ I only know the basics of Python but I'm excited to keep learning!

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FaruqJada

This is my first time of attending a codeland conference, I am looking forward to all of them and quite interesting about all of them

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D'yara Williams

The experience of all of them but most importantly:

Day 01 πŸ”₯

  • A Programmer's Guide to Mental Health - RAYMOND CHUNG
  • I Think, Therefore I Code: An Introduction to Pseudocode - SILVIA ESPAΓ‘A

Day 02 πŸ”₯

  • Design Systems for Developers - KATHRYN GRAYSON NANZ
  • There's More to Open Source than Code - RAMΓ“N HUIDOBRO