Empowering the Next Generation: Strategies for Effective Software Development Mentoring

Unlock the potential of mentorship in software dev! Join Jasmine Francois for insights & strategies. March 11th, 6:30pm. Don’t miss out! #WebGeeks

Being an engineer is hard, and being a junior engineer at a company can be even harder when you don’t have anyone to ask for help. As seasoned devs, it’s our duty to train and upskill the next generation of devs so we can continue to grow and support our industries and products. While we may not control the hiring process, we can control how we interact with and teach our juniors so we can shape them into strong engineers, and that process starts with us as educators. Let’s explore some tactics to make teaching easier for everyone involved.

Our Speaker

Jasmine Francois is a software engineer located in the Des Moines area. She has worked in a variety of industries, from retail to logistics to education technology. She is currently working as a frontend software engineer for August Health, the modern senior living platform. In her free time, you can find Jasmine playing board games with her husband or hanging out with their two cats.

About the Venue

We’re excited to host this event at Source Allies, a prominent technology services company known for its brilliant minds and comfy slippers! Their team of experts has a wealth of experience in solving complex problems and building enterprise applications, making it the perfect setting for our tech-driven gathering.


To ensure we’re well-prepared, we kindly request you to RSVP. Even if you can’t make it in person, please remember to RSVP on Eventbrite. By doing so, you’ll receive an exclusive Zoom invite to join us virtually and be a part of the action.


Mon, Mar 11th @ 6:30pm


Source Allies
4501 NW Urbandale Dr, Urbandale, IA 50322

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