Past Events
April 27th at 4PM
TorontoJS Presents: International Women's Day North America 2023 #WTMDareToBe
Women Tachmakers (WTM) Ambassadors are collaborating with TorontoJS again! To celebrate International Women's Day (IWD) 2023 we are going live on YouTube Live. This year's running theme from WTM is #WTMDareToBe to enhance IWD 2023 campaign theme #EmbraceEquity. A TorontoJS organizer and WTM Ambassador, Sherry Yang will be live for two hours hosting a list of speakers powered by Google and random prize draws 🎁. Stay tuned for what's coming to your screens on April 27th!
Meanwhile, checked out what happened last year.
- invisible ceiling and impostor syndrome
- raising awareness of web accessibility
12:00 - Welcome remarks
12:10 - Keynote speaker + live Q&A
12:40 - Speaker 2 + live Q&A
13:10 - Speaker 3 + live Q&A
13:40 - Closing remarks
14:00 - Event closed
SPEAKERS We will be announcing the lineup soon! Some topics that may be covered: personal brand, inclusive teams, career journey, startup ecosystem, and team management.
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SOCIAL MEDIA TAGS #WTMDareToBe #IWD2023 #EmbraceEquity
15 Attended
April 11th at 10:30PM
JS Workshop [In-Person]: Debugging with Chrome DevTools
Note: This workshop is capped at 30 attendees in-person, first come first serve.
Toronto JS thanks for generously offering their venue to support events by developers for developers!
Due to unforeseen popular demand, please confirm attendance and we will reply on the first 30 signups by Monday morning, latest! Thank you all for your interest.
260 Queen St W 4th floor · Toronto, ON How to find us
1 min walk from Osgoode station. Enter the lobby just off Queen street to the right of the Shopper's Drug Mart entrance and head to the 4th floor. Elevator available.
A laptop with a web dev environment, including an editor and a local server
Some proficiency in JavaScript
A cheerful and inquisitive attitude
About The Workshop
JavaScript is weird and debugging it can be hard. Let's make it easier with the right tools. Learn how to squash and diagnose bugs in your applications with this workshop all about debugging with Chrome DevTools.
6:30 - Start
Intro - 25 minutes
Exercise 1 Explanation - 5 minutes
Exercise 1 - 20 minutes
Exercise 1 Review - 5 minutes
Exercise 2 Explanation - 5 minutes
Exercise 2 - 20 minutes
Exercise 2 Review - 5 minutes
Exercise 3 Explanation - 5 minutes
Exercise 3 - 20 minutes
Exercise 3 Review - 5 minutes
Outro - 5 minutes
9:00 pm - Event End.
Presenter Bio
Alex Bodurri is an Angular Team Member and a Developer at Verto Health.
applies to all TorontoJS events.
Wanna give a workshop? Wanna sponsor us? Wanna be an event partner? Let us know at organizers(at)torontojs(dot)com.
4 Attended
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