With the launch of Twitter Developer Labs, we were releasing new API endpoints which no one had ever used before it was important that we created code in such a way that accessible to anyone. This talk will focus on the processes we used to create sample code.
Speaker: Jessica Garson Jessica Garson is a Python programmer, educator, and artist. She currently works at Twitter as a Developer Advocate. Previously, she was an adjunct professor teaching Python at NYU and worked at ISL, Burson-Marstellar, The National Education Association, ISSI Data, and Salsa Labs. Before working in technology, Jessica worked on numerous political campaigns throughout the country. She has run many meetups and conferences including DC’s Tech Lady Hackathon in 2016 and 2017, and DC’s Hack&&Tell. In her spare time, she is on a never-ending quest for the perfect vegan snack.