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Thank you to everyone who came out for our May Code Review & Pairing event. It's always fun to see you all and learn together. 🤗

Our Madison chapter's sponsor for their 3rd event was CUNA Mutual Group. This post recaps what our pairs worked on, how unique our events are in meeting our Mentees' needs and how rewarding the experience can be for Mentors.

For this month's event, we had a series of lightning talks around the theme of "Your first developer job." This post recaps the night with links to the video for each talk.

We've finalized the schedule for January 8th's lightning talk event.

We’re here to offer some tips on how to be successful this upcoming hiring season, starting with tips on how to make your code challenge stand out and get you seen.

Our December event saw a great turn out for a cold day just a few weeks before the holidays. It was amazing to see so many familiar faces and to meet some incredible new ones! 🤗

Our Madison chapter's sponsor for their 2nd event was Hardin Design and Development. This post recaps what our pairs worked on and the impact Dev Together is already making on mentees.

This month’s event happened this past Tuesday at Bendyworks. The capitol looked awesome at night and Bendyworks' office space was awesome with its leather couches, wood floors and mini-kitchen.

We mixed it up this month with a series of lightning talks around the theme of "Dev practices: what I wish I was taught." This post recaps the night with links to the video for each talk.

We've finalized the schedule for October 9's lightning talk event.

This month’s event happened this past Tuesday at RedShelf. It was a beautiful day and they opened their rooftop to us for some ah-mazing sunset, cityscape pairing.

During our Code Review & Pairing events, we find the Driver/Navigator pairing strategy really valuable as a mentorship and learning tool.

I was recently caught off-guard at a job interview by this question: What is Rest?

With our upcoming Code Review & Pairing event on September 11, 2018, there have been some questions about how to 'get ready' for our code reviews and how to make sure your code is good enough.

Aug 21, 2018

Code Review Tips

Code reviews are a valuable form of mentorship and are a practical way to improve coding skills. We've shared some of our favorite tips for both submitters and reviewers.

Our third event took place this past week at Sittercity. It's always so great to see so many new faces and to connect with our friends who join us again.

We are always so excited to talk about the community we are building. Check out our founder, Mercedes Bernard, chatting with Clark Sell, founder of THAT conference, about Dev Together and what we do.

We had our first Code Review & Pairing event this past Tuesday, June 12, and it was a great success! We had 34 people join us at DevMynd to discuss code review feedback and have a short pairing session.

In this post, we'll dive into the specifics of how to create a PR.

We're excited to announce our first Meetup will be on Tuesday, June 12 6:00pm at the DevMynd office (2035 W. Wabansia Ave).