Our Sunday events are the core of what we do. We aim to create an inspiring environment, where women and non-binary who are interested in programming can have fun and feel at home while they learn to code, or build on existing skills. We also want to highlight the female role models of today. Because of this, all our teachers and inspirational speakers are women who work as developers themselves.
Pink Programming Sunday with Nexer
You’ve probably heard the term Business Intelligence, but what is it really and how does it work?
Join this Pink Programming Sunday with Nexer where we’ll talk about how business intelligence can help organizations make data driven decisions, and learn how to build your very first analytics app! See you there!👋🏽
Join this Pink Sunday in Gothenburg on December 5th!
Workshop: Build your first analytics app – Qlik Sense for beginners
Workshop Lead: Johanna Knöös – Manager for BI & Advanced Analytics, Nexer
Qlik Sense is the most powerful and complete solution for modern BI and a data analytics platform for a new generation of analytics. During this workshop you will build your first analytics app. You will get an introduction to Qlik Sense, understand the basics, experience visualizations, build a storytelling presentation, add data and use scripting in the data load editor.
Speed, agility & intuitiveness! Join us for this Digital Sunday with Neo4j to find out what makes a graph database so unique!📈
We’ll learn how to see hidden connections in our data and Neo4j will give an introduction to their graph data platform. There will also be a brilliant panel of software and consulting engineers, prepared to answer all your curious questions about work life in tech.
Join us for this season finale on December 12th!
Workshop: A graph data platform for your connected data needs – an introduction to Neo4j
Workshop Lead: Priya Jacob – Consulting Engineer, Neo4j.
Neo4j makes you see hidden connections in your data that you otherwise could not see before, offers unparalleled querying performance without compromising on reliability and data integrity (ACID compliant), and is the physical manifestation of your agile whiteboard data model! It is what makes it the choice of developers, data scientists & architects alike, working to solve some of the world’s most complex and valuable data problems, and also the reason why it’s deployed by hundreds of Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and NGOs worldwide.
Prerequisites: If you know what a Database is and have basic experience Relational Databases (RDBMS) and SQL, that’s a great start to understanding what makes a Graph Database so unique! Any additional knowledge of NoSQL Databases, Application Programming, or Data Science & Analytics is an added advantage. Programming language: Cypher is Neo4j’s de-facto programming language, it’s SQL for Graphs!
More information about speakers, workshop and ticket release through the link below!