Writing Your First Browser Extension workshop

Have you ever wondered how browser extensions do the things they do? Do you want to improve your internet browsing experience? Are you looking for a fun, easy(ish) project to add to your portfolio? If you answered yes to any of those questions, join us for this fun workshop! You will walk away with an actual working browser extension you can deploy, plus all the knowledge necessary to build your own.


Yechiel Kalmenson

Yechiel Kalmenson (aka Rabbi On Rails) was born and raised in Brooklyn. He got his rabbinical training in Israel and spent a few years teaching both children and adults. After a brief stint in Tech Support, he found his next calling and went on to study software development. He currently works at Pivotal Software in New York, using tech to support his passions for teaching, coding, and flying.

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Writing Your First Browser Extension

Have you ever wondered how browser extensions do the things they do? Do you want to improve your internet browsing experience? Are you looking for a fun, easy(ish) project to add to your portfolio? If you answered yes to any of those questions, join us for this fun workshop! You will walk away with an actual working browser extension you can deploy, plus all the knowledge necessary to build your own.

Yechiel Kalmenson

Yechiel Kalmenson (aka Rabbi On Rails) was born and raised in Brooklyn. He got his rabbinical training in Israel and spent a few years teaching both children and adults. After a brief stint in Tech Support, he found his next calling and went on to study software development. He currently works at Pivotal Software in New York, using tech to support his passions for teaching, coding, and flying.

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