We are constantly being invited to share our knowledge on different venues. Here you can find all our efforts to connect to diverse communities.
Mar 22, 2018, by Claudio Cossio.
A lot of the talk about “growth” centers around signing up users, conversions. It sure feels good. But ultimately, you want long-term customers who can also be your advocates?
Do you have a clear strategy to turn customers into evangelists?
Dec 13, 2016, by Asier Enrique.
This summer I had the chance to attend EuroPython. Over 1100+ Python fans were able to make the most out of the lively week.
It was my first time at this amazing conf. I fully enjoyed it and learned lots of new stuff. Read on to learn about reviewing code, the Pytest library, and other friendly tools to help you improve your command of the language.
Mar 14, 2016, by Oswaldo Herrera.
We are very happy with the results of Django Girls CDMX (February Edition). We had 74 young women full of hope and with big audacious plans. We helped them learn new technologies and techniques according to their own goals. Overwhelming Response Unfortunately, we couldn’t fit everybody and over 400 of them were left out. However, […]
Jan 20, 2016, by Claudio Cossio.
The Geek Girl Tech Conference was an opportunity to talk to women entrepreneurs and freelance professionals in the tech industry. The software development workshops were standing-room-only and I was impressed by how they turned out. There is a growing interest in software development from women professionals, this made me think of how long we have […]
Jul 20, 2015, by Elizabeth Flores.
As a woman developer, I am in the minority. I like to participate in events and communities that encourage women to fall in love with technology and computer science. I’d like to see more women join our profession.
Code is like the pages of a book that stick in my mind and my heart and whispers to the processor.
I’d like to share this joy.
Jun 16, 2015, by Claudio Cossio.
Community is key to drive sustainability to any endeavor in this digital age. I have been in touch with one of these communities since 2012 when I met Andre Charland, a Canadian entrepreneur during a travel expedition called Geeks on a Plane LatAm.
Learn how a community can turn a small project into a very successful product.
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