Ok, you’re going to think that it’s highly unnatural and marketing-ish for anyone to do a little promotion for a presentation at an un-conference like Barcamp. But let me explain my dilemma.
<sidetrack> Interesting how I use ‘let me…’ on my blog. Not as if you can control me, actually. lol</sidetrack>
If I’ve spend hours preparing my presentation but don’t get to present, I would have wasted my time preparing. And if I decide to propose anything without much preparation, I would be wasting others’ time if I do get to present. I’ve never been to an un-conference on time, so I really have no clue on how getting to present works. Which is why I thought it should be a good idea to do a little promotion so I don’t waste my time preparing and hopefully I don’t waste others’ time listening to me.
If you have founded a tech startup, don’t have /are looking for a technical co-founder and you can’t code, this presentation is for you. I’m going to share on why you should learn to code, what should you do before learning how to code, and what language you should learn. It pretty much can be summarized by the roadmap below.
tomorrow later today at Barcamp!
Elisha Tan is the Founder of TechLadies. TechLadies is a community for women in Asia to connect, learn, and advance as programmers in the tech industry. Elisha is also the Developer Programs Regional Lead for Asia Pacific at Facebook.