My Talks in 2020

This year I try to concentrate more on specific feminist events due to my work at Women And Code and Feed The Troll.

The following conferences / workshops / meetups are planed:

20200131-br_9_2.jpg
Women And Code Workshop on 31.1.

My talks in 2019

_sik0765

This year I’d like to speak at less event and focus only on a few special one. This is because I founded Women And Code which limits my free time to speak at conferences! womenandcode.org is an event series where we introduce women* to programming. Check it out here!

This year the following conferences / meetups are planed:

And yet there is more to come…

Last year I was also quite busy speaking publicly.

2

My talks in 2018

DeizLfsWAAI8rBN_.jpg
Hamburg

This year I already talked at:

29064626_2162488193781135_2607280591910883623_o_.jpg
Krakow

 

And there is yet more to come…

Last year I was also quite busy speaking publicly.

My C​onferences 2016

This year I gave a bunch of different talks, mainly on these three topics:

  • Ionic & AngularJS
  • Chatbots
  • E-Voting
14856191_10209130554135389_6892073295849439893_o.jpg
Speaking at the WebClearks Meetup

Here you’ll find a list of the 20 meetups and  conferences I was talking at:

– Vienna 12.12. Panel Discussion Female Founders

– Online 7.12. BotsCamp “Lessons learned creating a virtual personality” Video Slides

– Riga 1.12. DevTernity “Insights into Chatbot Development – Implementing Cross-Platform Chatbots” Video Slides

– Wien 28.11. CryptoParty Meetup “Risiken von E-Voting” Slides

– Wien 24.11. Vienna Valley Meetup “Chatbots vs. Apps – An Overview” Slides

– Wien 5.11. DevFest “Insights into Chatbot Development – Implementing Cross-Platform Chatbots” Video Slides

– Brussels 1.11. Startup Live Seminar “The Austrian Chatbot Ecosystem” Slides

– Wien 27.10. Privacy Week “Data Security And Privacy Of Chatbots” Video Slides

CvyXKLtWYAIvF3Y.jpg large.jpg

– Wien 24.10. Web Clerks Meetup “Best Practices At Implementing A Cross Platform Chatbot” Slides

– Austin 28.9. Talkabot “A Success Story – Mica, the Hipster Cat Bot” Video Slides

– Linz 11.9. Ars Electronica “Chemistry of Intelligence” (Panel) Video

– Wien 19.7. Austrian Startup Stammtisch (Panel) “Product Launch – the first step in rocket science”

– Wien 28.6. Demo Night Meetup (Show Case / Demo)

– Wien 24.6. Vienna Bots Meetup “A Success Story – Mica, the Hipster Cat Bot”

– Berlin 13.7. TOA Satelite Meetup (Podium Pascale)

– Wien 11.5. AngularJS Meetup “Simple Mobile Development With Ionic” Slides

– Wien 27.4. ViennaJS Meetup “Simple Mobile Development With Iconic” Video Slides

– Bratislava 17.3. Rubyslava Meetup “From Java to AngularJS (without pain)” Video

– JQuery 5.12. Conf Berlin “From Java to AngularJS (without pain)” Slides

Simple Mobile Development With Ionic

At the We Are Developers conference (13.4.2016), at the ViennaJS Meetup (27.4.), and at the AngularJS Vienna Meetup (11.5.) I was presenting my talk “Simple Mobile Development With Ionic”.

I presented Ionic as a hybrid mobile development framework (with a hands on experience @ AngularJS Vienna) and show-casing the app development of LIKE A HIPSTER.

 

Abstract of the Talk

Ionic is the beautiful, open source front-end SDK for developing hybrid mobile apps with web technologies. By building only one single AngularJS web app with Cordova extensions you can deliver up to 8 different native mobile apps. With this talk I will give you an overview about the features of this framework.

Create mobile apps with the web technologies you love.

Free and open source, Ionic offers a library of mobile-optimized HTML, CSS and JS CSS components, gestures, and tools for building highly interactive apps. Built with Sass and optimized for AngularJS.

 

We Are Developers Conference

WeAreDevelopersConf.png
Intro on the Conference Page
we-are-developers.jpg
Speaking at the We Are Developers Conference
12991054_10153766873573218_2513758532573659090_n.jpg
The Audience: 500 Devs
12991024_1336118496403389_8807775234406656318_n.jpg
Key Note at the We Are Developers Conference

ViennaJS Meetup

ChEPt8OWMAEyxYu.jpg large.jpg
The Challenge: LIKE A HIPSTER

There is also a video of the talk from the ViennaJS

 

AngularJS Meetup

My Slides @ Slideshare

 

What’s next?

As speaker I’m going to have a talk at the DevFest in Vienna in November and I’m going to speak at a conference in Berlin.

Upcoming Babe Tour Dates:
– November 2016 DevFest Conference; Vienna
– October 2016 Berlin

So stay tuned :)

From Java to AngularJS (without pain)

At the jQuery Conf in Berlin (December 2015) and at the Rubyslava Meetup in Bratislava (17.3.2016) I was presenting my talk “From Java to AngularJS (without pain)”.

jQuery Conf

jquery-conf.png
jQuery Conference Berlin 2015

Rubyslava

rubyslava_meetup.png
Rubyslava Meetup March 2016

This is a (pretty shitty, sorry for that) video of my talk at Rubyslava – btw no, I’m still not a Ruby developer ;)

Talk Summary

The “Superheroic JavaScript MVW Framework” AngularJS is a state of the art JavaScript tool for single page web applications that offers a lot which JS alone does not – namely structure. As Java Developers we like the law and order of object oriented Java with all its tools; so I would like to show how pleased I was after discovering AngularJS for front end development (instead of JSF or Spring MVC).

My slides

Full abstract of the Talk

The “Superheroic JavaScript MVW Framework” AngularJS is a state of the art JavaScript tool for single page web applications that offers a lot which JS alone does not – namely structure. As Java Developers we like the law and order of object oriented Java with all its tools; so I would like to show how pleased I was after discovering AngularJS for front-end development (instead of JSF or Spring MVC).

In my presentation I will give a short introduction on basic principles of MVC in Java and point out some common solutions (JSP, Spring MVC…). Then I will continue with a description of AngularJS (Google yay!) and how client-side model–view–controller (MVC) can be achieved with Angular. Next I am going to show you how structure will be enforced by using extended HTML and JS vocabulary with modules, directives, and controllers (ng-what?? no JS/HTML mix). I will continue by answering the question of the implementation of the back-end (REST via jQuery) and add an overview of supporting state of the art frameworks (npm FTW!, bower, gulp, less, coffee script / jasmine, jade, bootstrap, lodash…). I am going to finish with some best practices and the downsides of Angular (no pain, no gain).

This talk is suitable for (intermediate and higher) Java (or JS) front-end developers who are eager to try out new front-end frameworks and principles. Some code examples will be presented on slides. If there is enough time left, I’ll show a live demo.

What’s next?

As speaker I’m going to have a keynote about “Simple Mobile Development With Ionic” at We Are Developers in Vienna April 13!

Upcoming Babe Tour Dates:
– 13.04. We Are Developers Conference – Ionic
– 26.04. Demo Night #4 – likeahipster.com
– 27.04. ViennaJS Meetup – Ionic
– 11.05. AngularJS Meetup – Ionic

Also I plan to visit some conferences such as the Craft conference in Budapest.

So stay tuned :)

re:publica 2013 in Berlin

re:publica

Dieses Jahr hab auch ich mich zur re:publica in Berlin eingefunden, einer Konferenz über digitale Medien – dem Woodstock für Onliner.

Neben zahlreichen Österreichern (twittert denn gerade überhaupt jemand aus Wien?!) sind selbstverständlich viele andere internationale Gäste zum selbsternannten “Happening” gepilgert. Ob es die Reise wert war, weiß ich noch nicht, allerdings kann ich schon vorab den ersten Tag kurz resümieren: Viel Interessantes, viel Fades, viel Inspirierendes – wie auf jeder Konferenz.

Eine Zusammenfassung der Konferenz folgt selbstverständlich.
re:publica 13