The NMTC has two annual signature events – the Women in Technology Celebration is held each March and recognizes achievements of New Mexico women. Our experienceIT Conference is held in September providing a venue for IT-related topics, sessions and speakers.

Our standard events are geared toward members for their continuing education, professional development and networking. See the Events Calendar below for upcoming events!

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This will be a one-time workshop on Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 12:30pm- 2:30pm. This is not a continuing series.
Ever make changes that broke your code and forgot how your code worked before? Want to work with someone on a code project, but aren’t sure who has the latest version of a particular file? Version control can solve these problems and more! Git is a popular version control application that can track your code changes, as well as help you to be more methodical in your programming. Win win! This session will introduce the basics of version control, how to use git to keep track of your changes to a project, and using GitHub to collaborate with other developers.
Want to try git for yourself? Github has a 15-minute tutorial you can go through on your own here. This workshop will cover…
• The basic concepts of version control
• The differences between git and other version control applications
• Fundamental git commands to track changes to a small project
• The basics of collaborating on code with other developers in a professional environment
• Navigating the filesystem with Bash.
• How to use GitHub
1. A willingness to use the command line.
We will be changing directories, listing directory contents, and using git from the command line throughout the class.
2. A laptop with Git already installed.
For Mac users,
For Windows users,
3. A Github account.
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INSTRUCTOR: Alonso Indacochea
Alsono is President and Co-founder of Hermes Development, a local web development agency. Born in Lima, Peru and a proud East Coaster, Alonso taught English as a Second Language and spent time in the non-profit world before becoming a developer. He’s the rare Mets / Eagles fan (attributed to his prior residence in both Queens and Philly). Alonso is a lover of cinema, from Kurosawa to John Ford to even John Waters. Le gusta hablar en castellano y também em português.
He is a graduate of Temple University and lives with his wife, Kathleen, his energetic daughter, Josephine, twin boys Francisco and Iñigo, a neurotic dog, Rafa, and the various rabbits, quail, road runners and spiders that roam his backyard.
*No shows: your course fee will be donated to the chapter scholarship fund.*