RedwoodJS Newsletter - Issue #8





Subscribe to our newsletter

By subscribing, you agree with Revue’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and understand that RedwoodJS Newsletter will receive your email address.

RedwoodJS Newsletter
RedwoodJS Newsletter
Welcome to another edition of the RedwoodJS newsletter! This issue is action-packed with events, RCs, forum posts, interviews, and the launch of the Redwood Startup Fund. To cap it all off at the end is the return of Heroes of Redwood featuring core team member Amanda Giannelli.
One call to action we absolutely don’t want you to miss:
It would be RadSauce™ if you could try it out and let us know how it went!

Redwood Climate Office Hours
We’re hosting another Redwood Climate Office Hours on Wednesday, September 28th at 10am PDT (17:00 UTC). Join Tom and David with guests Laura Zizzo and Jeremy Greven, co-founders of Manifest Climate.
Did you miss the previous Redwood Climate Office Hours on August 24th? We’ve got you covered! You can watch it on our YouTube channel.
Going full stack with RedwoodJS
RedwoodJS-Stripe plugin RC is now available!
The 🌲Redwood Startup Fund🌲 is now accepting applications
Databases, RedwoodJS, goal setting, and more with Peter Cilliers-Pistorius
Heroes of Redwood
My daughter has an abnormal upbringing. My husband is a stay-at-home dad. People ask all the time, “how does that work? You don’t need 2 salaries?” They are surprised that I’m the breadwinner, working as a software developer. So my daughter is growing up, seeing a dad who is taking care of the house and a mom who is working. 
When I was younger, I always said that I would do one of three things: be a teacher, a programmer, or a CEO. I started down the path of becoming a math teacher because that was expected. But the day I took my first computer science class was the day I switched my major and never looked back. 
Now that I’m raising a 2-year-old daughter, I want her to know that anything is possible no matter who you are. I want her to grow up not being afraid to try new things. I want her to push herself outside of her comfort zone so that she can be her authentic self. That’s what I did. That’s what I hope for her.
Amanda is a core team contributor who enjoys the onboarding process and meeting people who want to get to know more about Redwood. Currently, she is spearheading an initiative to get more women involved in Redwood. She’s also working to make open source more accessible. Connect with her @twitter and @github!
Did you enjoy this issue? Yes No
RedwoodJS Newsletter
RedwoodJS Newsletter @redwoodjs

Redwood is the open source, full-stack web framework designed to help you grow from side project to startup.

In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Created with Revue by Twitter.
950 Mason Street #1107 San Francisco CA 94108 United States