try! Swift NYC 2018

Using your superpowers for good to change the world!

4th September 2018

try! Swift NYC Conference 2018 - try! Swift is an immersive community gathering about Apple Technologies, Swift Language Best Practices, Application Development in Swift, Server-Side Swift, Open Source Swift, and the Swift Community in New York!

Topic - Using your superpowers for good to change the world!

Speaker - Alicia V Carr

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Bio - Alicia is the first woman of color mobile developer to create a domestic violence app Purple Evolution, Inc(PEVO) dedicated to helping victims escape abuse. She used her acquired skills as a developer to make a difference. Alicia also dedicates her time to empowering women in tech with Women Who Code. She has received several major acknowledgment from Apple at WWDC15 and WWDC16, being the first black woman to be in the Apple 2016 new beginnings video and in the GitHub 'I am a developer' video.

Abstract - A 16-year-old inspired me to learn to code. This lit the fuse that would take me on an amazing journey through challenges and victories while creating an app to help victims escape domestic violence and abuse.

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