Devhub is a community space for developers of all levels. Our mission is to engage the developer community and provide a hub where devs can come to work, learn, and exchange knowledge. We achieve our mission, in part, by putting on educational events for developers including Lunch&&Learns and Workshops.
A casual 45-60 minute talk targeted at developers of all levels. We usually hold them on Tuesdays around noon, and they are free for people to join. As a result, speakers volunteer their time. Example here.
These are educational events - while we welcome you to mention your company and their product/service if relevant, this should not be the main focus.
- In-person at Devhub Toronto
- Casual 45 minute talk followed by Q&A session
- Tuesday around noon is our regular scheduled time, though there is some flexibility
- Please bring your own laptop and any resource materials required
- Visuals such as slides are encouraged, as well as a code-along section if a technical talk
- Interactive elements encouraged but not mandatory
- Short Q&A session at the end
- A fantastic bonding and learning experience with fellow tech professionals
- Developers of all levels who are seeking introductory yet practical information on a particular topic
- Expressed interest in furthering education, not sure if want to commit to a full workshop
- Average of 17-30 attendees per session
- Open to all who register
- We aim to provide a sponsored lunch for all attendees
- We provide a classroom setting with a TV, whiteboard, and speaker podium
- We survey the attendees for feedback and research
What We’re Looking For
Speaker Partner: A volunteer subject matter expert with a passion for educating others in a topic of their choice and the desire the grow the developer community. Some speaking or teaching experience is great, but not mandatory.
The best talks come from a place of experience, but also passion. Talk about something you enjoy and want to share with your peers. Here are some subject areas developers like to hear about:
- AI/Machine Learning
- Computer Science
- Data Science
- Soft Skills (non-technical)
- Open Sources
- React Native
- Web Mapping
- Unit Testing
- Unix Scripting
- Test Driven Development
- Web Design
- Web Extensions