A TechGirlz Talk: Understanding Logging as a Software Engineer!
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About the Speaker:Ritika Nevatia is a Software Engineer at Apple. She got her Masters degree from Stony Brook University, NY. Prior to Apple, she has worked at Uber in San Francisco, Rakuten in Fukuoka, CERN in Geneva, and Barclays in Pune. She enjoys learning languages and creating art. She has traveled to 25+ countries and has won a wide range of competitions. She strongly advocates for Women in Technology and is a lead at the Women@Apple Seattle Chapter.
About the Talk: Good software can be written with great coding practices. But taking care of software can be difficult even if you have written great code. We talk about improving our coding skills, but it is time we improve our code’s quality! People who use our code i.e. our users, don’t care about how amazing the code is. They care that it works, and that it works ALL the time. How can you, a coder, make sure it works? We add logs! Logs are little harmless lines of code which help us identify where our code is executing. We will learn how to best utilize logs, and how we can make sure our users have the best experience. A Q&A will follow her talk.
This event is for 5th-12th grade girls!
Internet Access required.
Please send an email to Sara if you have any questions. Thanks!