Coding - Mentorship and Data

Apr 5, 2016

Sometimes coding is fun and sometimes it's… not. Having an experience mentor there to show you the way as you're learning can really bring out the fun.

Join Tam Kbeili (CodeCore) and Stephanie Hobson (Mozilla) as they share insight from their experiences in teaching others to code and and flipping <table>s.

Doors open at 6:30pm, talks start at 7:00pm. No admittance after 7:10pm.

An assortment of beer and soft drinks will be provided, no food. 19+, minors not permitted due to alcohol service.



142 W Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC


  • Tam Kbeili

    Coding in the Classroom

    Tam Kbeili

    Learning to code is full of adventures, both good and difficult. Having a mentor or someone to guide you can make the experience amazing. In this talk, Tam will provide tips and methods for effectively communicating coding knowledge and cultivating a mentorship program. We’re all in this together!

  • Stephanie Hobson

    Flipping <table>s: Displaying Data on Small Screens

    Stephanie Hobson

    Data tables like to break our carefully crafted responsive websites. On smaller screens they mess with us when they won’t reflow nicely. They a bit claustrophobic when they don’t have enough space. Stephanie will talk about what makes a table easy to read, show the code that helps, and offer design suggestions for how to display data when there isn’t a lot of space.


We will head out afterwards to continue the conversation over some drink and food. Location announced at the event.