“Build-a-GitHub-Bot” with Mariatta Wijaya
GitHub is a great platform for collaborating with your team members. You can take it to the next level by creating custom GitHub bots. In this webinar, Zapier engineer and Python Core Team developer Mariatta Wijaya talks about both speeding up your team activities on GitHub and what it’s like doing core Python development.
- Tuesday, June 25th
- 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CEST (12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT)
- Register here
- Aimed at developers and open source maintainers who run projects on GitHub
By delegating some of the chores to a bot, you get to spend more time developing your project and collaborating with others. Learn how to automate your workflow by building your own personal GitHub assistant for your own project. Mariatta will share some ideas of other bots and automation you can do with Zapier.
We’ll then spend 5-10 minutes chatting about core Python development and Q&A.
Speaking to You
Mariatta works as an backend engineer for Zapier in Vancouver, Canada. As a Python core developer, her focus area is to improve core Python workflow (with bots). She’s currently working on PEP 581 and PEP 588. She also helps organize Vancouver PyLadies and the PyCascades conference. Her favorite emoji is 😝
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