We’re very excited to announce another tech talk, this time with the illustrious Zach Holman of our favorite code collaboration platform, GitHub. Zach will talk about the awesome things GitHub does to work better.
Thursday, May 24th 2012 at 7PM
Paperless Post, 151 W. 25th St., 9th Floor, New York, NY
Space is limited and RSVP’s are required. Please RSVP here: http://paperless.ly/JVA8eG
Sure everyone knows how great and useful github.com is, and all the awesome features and team members that go into making it what it is. But we only see the surface and inside of GitHub an amazing amount of work goes into internal hacks and tools to make the daily lives and work of its team fun and extra-productive. We’re putting Zach to the challenge of showing off some of both the well known and completely unknown hacks, how they work, how GitHub uses them, and how we can learn from their experiments.
A Ruby developer with sound fundamentals, firm grasp on the industry, and innovative development approaches are all phrases inapplicable to Zach Holman. He works at GitHub, and hacks on sparkline generators, robot music DJs, and ethically frightening FaceTime + Chatroulette mashups. He blogs, he tweets, he evades his taxes.
About Paperless Post Tech Talks
Paperless Post Tech Talks are our chance to bring developers and artists whom we admire into our New York office to talk and share knowledge about their work with our team and the larger New York tech community. They are open to the public but RSVP is required as space is limited. There will be time to talk and mingle with the other attendees and the speakers over craft beer and snacks.