Code Savvy Presents
By Code Savvy
Code Savvy is a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission it is to break down barriers to computer science education for everyone.
Code Savvy PresentsJan 11, 2022
Code Savvy Presents: Creative Coding
In this episode, we dive into the work Code Savvy is doing around creative coding, as well as an interview with Rachel Lim, Lead for the P5js online editor.
To learn more: https://www.p5js.org
Reach out to Code Savvy to bring these sessions to your community! email@example.com
#Processing #P5js #CreativeCoding
Code Savvy Presents: ChatGPT for Teachers
In this episode, AI Engineer and Code Savvy Volunteer Extraordinaire, Dan McCreary walks through using ChatGPT for the classroom.
This was a session of our MNCodes Educator Summit this year, and is a very topical and relevant look at using AI to automate and assist in lesson planning, individualizing plans, and creating quizzes and reports for teachers. This information is critical to understand, even for those of us who are not classroom teachers, so be sure to check it out!
Link to site discussed in the episode: https://www.coderdojotc.org/chatgpt-for-teachers/
Code Savvy Presents: CS Integration Framework
In this session from our recent #MNCodes Summit, the Code Savvy Educate team discusses our approach to integrating computer science into existing classrooms and curricula, all while maintaining an inclusive lens for individualized learning. They also discuss some of our additional program offerings like the Coaching for Equity training for teachers, and our Byte-Sized Challenge for introducing physical computing to classrooms across Minnesota.
For more information on this or any of our program offerings, please visit:
Code Savvy Presents: Discussion with President of the ACM-W at UMN
Ruth Mesfin is currently serving as the President of the Association of Computing Machinery for Women at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. She is also an alum of the Technovation Girls Minnesota program, managed by Code Savvy. We discuss her journey into Tech and her future pathway into the world of Computer Graphics / 3D game design! https://acmw.umn.edu/#WomeninTech #CodeSavvyGirls #MNTech #GirlsWhoCode This episode includes an ad for Starting a Girls Who Code Club - Girls Who Code is a Code Savvy partner. https://girlswhocode.com/get-involved...
Code Savvy Presents - Blacks in Technology - Twin Cities
In this episode of Code Savvy Presents, we talk with Steve Buchanan, Open Source / Azure / Kubernetes Engineer for Microsoft, and member of the Blacks in Technology Twin Cities chapter.
For more information, please visit:
Slack Channel: https://blacksintechnology.typeform.com/to/ZyRYG2
National Org: https://foundation.blacksintechnology.net/
#MNTech #BlacksinTech #OpenSource #Community
This episode also includes an advertisement for the Girls Who Code Summer Programming for Game Design - The deadline for applications is March 24, 2023.
Code Savvy Presents: The Rust Programming Language
This month's episode features Chris Eckhardt of Rust MN, a local group dedicated to learning, sharing, and celebrating the Rust Programming Language.
If you're interested in joining them to learn more, check out their website... https://www.rustmn.org
Check out the affliated blog post:
#Rust #Programming #MNTech #RustMN
Code Savvy Presents: UX Design with Lynn Smith
Code Savvy Presents: Interview with Adrian Devezin of Empowr
Adrian Devezin is a #software #engineer and founder of #Empowr in South Atlanta. Through his program, he is inspiring high school students of color to pursue careers in tech, and lining them up with internships and job placement right out of school.
Adrian is also a Board Member for Code Savvy! https://www.codesavvy.org/our-team
Code Savvy Presents: Cybersecurity
Interview with Jaqueline Sullivan, VP of Security Operations and Karen Winkler, Manager of Information Cybersecurity Defense for US Bank.
Blog that accompanies the episode: https://www.codesavvy.org/post/code-savvy-presents-cybersecurity
Code Savvy Presents: AgTech with Cargill
In this episode of Code Savvy Presents, we learn a little more about #AgTech with Donna Niles from Cargill's Growth Ventures and Emerging Products division. Donna's work supports Cargill's Protein North American Business - listen in as she gives us a little insight into what might be on the horizon for the farming/agtech industry.
NOTE: Cargill is one of Code Savvy's most prominent supporters and it is with their help that we are able to bring our programming to so many students and teachers across Minnesota every year.
Code Savvy Presents: VR, AR, and MR
Read this month's accompanying blog post to learn more: https://www.codesavvy.org/post/code-savvy-presents-vr-ar-and-mr
Code Savvy Presents: Data Visualization with Python
In this episode, we discuss visualization using python libraries and the importance of data literacy with Kathy Hurchla of Fantasy Interaction.
For even more information and resources, please see the accompanying blog post:
You can also watch the video on our YouTube Channel:
https://youtu.be/QvBnCA3yxHQ - Make sure to subscribe!
Code Savvy Presents: Web3
Web3 has become quite a buzzword as of late - but what is it? What isn't it? And why are people so into it?
In this interview with Web3 enthusiast, Chelsea Chung, you'll learn a little more about this next iteration of the internet, in all of its multimedia, decentralized glory.
Code Savvy Presents: Technovation[MN] Teams 2022
In this episode of Code Savvy Presents, we hear from three different Technovation[MN] teams about their experience this year during the challenge.
The girls will wrap up their season on May 21st, 2022 with a live pitch event and a huge party in the park to celebrate a job well done!
Find out more information: https://www.technovationmn.org
Code Savvy Presents: Autism Awareness Month
This episode is a bit different - For Autism Awareness Month, we have a very candid and frank discussion with Lindsey "Lux" Stupica, MN Woman in Tech, Animator, Designer, Mermaid, and recently diagnosed with Autism.
Warning for those who are sensitive to discussions about heavy topics like mental health, drug use, and eating disorders, you may want to sit this episode out.
Code Savvy Presents: Technovation[MN] Ambassadors
Code Savvy has been managing the Technovation[MN] Challenge for years - we have now established an alumni "Ambassadors" program that allows experienced girls to give back to a whole new generation of participants!
Happy International Women's Day!
This episode sponsored in part through a partnership with https://www.girlswhocode.com
#IWD2022 #BuildCommunity #GirlsWhoCode
Code Savvy Presents: A Discussion on Open Source
We recently sat down with two Women in Tech, Casie Siekman and Jenn Bonine, to discuss their experience working with open-source technology, the open-source community, and the work they’ve been a part of that challenges stereotypes, all in hopes to get more people involved in the open-source movement and technology in general.
For more information, please visit our blog at www.codesavvy.org
This podcast is brought to you, in part, through a Code Savvy partnership with Girls Who Code.
Code Savvy Presents: Bias in Artificial Intelligence
A conversation around uncovering bias in AI with: Dan McCreary from Optum Health, Ellena Schoop from State of MN IT, and Eri O'Diah from SIID Technologies - moderated by Andrea Wilson Vazquez, Director of the Code Savvy MN Codes program.
You can watch the video of this episode on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/bRVUd9Aw_VM
For more information about Code Savvy, visit www.codesavvy.org