One last reminder to take the AK Developers Survey (here)!
We need 34 more responses to hit our target of 125 responses. Anyone completing the survey by 12/15 will be entered to win a free JetBrains license.
November was a great month for the AK Dev alliance with two well-attended events. A special thanks to Jessica Austin for presenting on DevOps and Data Pipelines in the Last Frontier on what was the best attended Dev Alliance event to date. We would also like to thank Vincent Castro, Erik Talvi, Keith McCormick, Nigel Sharp, Dave Bechberger, and Jazon Burnell for taking part in the panel discussion as part of Startup Week.
As we move into December we are looking forward to taking some time off and relaxing with family and friends. However, we are also busy crunching the number on the Dev Survey as well as making plans for next year's activities. If you have any ideas or want to help make the AK Dev Alliance great then please contact Jeff Levin on Slack or email@example.com.
The AK Dev Alliance will be taking the month of December off in preparation for starting 2020 on a strong foot. January 2020
Jan 2nd, 2020 - Come celebrate the new year with a Dev Alliance Social event in Anchorage. Details TBD and will be included in an upcoming email
Jan 23rd, 2020 - Statewide Meetup
February Feb. 12, 2020 - ArcticCon Fairbanks - Westmark Hotel Fairbanks
Need: Volunteers for a day to help setup, help visitors and man villages. members of the community interested in helping build/run a village. A village is a fun activity like lock picking, CTF, VR, etc for attendees. Volunteers will get free exec passes to the conference (allows access to the exec lounge which allows for networking, good food, and free Alcohol)
TBD - Mini hAKthon - 24 hour event to come hack on some cool project that you have been meaning to do but do not have the time. Take the interest survey and help us make this event awesome at https://forms.gle/wE17P7HoHf9KBB5n7
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