The average Web Developer salary in Canada is $62,087


What’s it like to be a web developer? Is it stressful? Is it rewarding? Is it fun? Is it a sustainable career?

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Let’s get those questions answered!

RED Academy’s “Ask Us Anything” speaker series aims to provide those interested in tech with an informal environment to ask industry leaders absolutely anything about their respective fields. From industry insights to tips on workflow management, this is the perfect opportunity to demystify what it means to work in one of Canada’s fastest growing industries.

Between 2016-2020, it’s expected that Canada will generate approximately 218,000 jobs in tech. Here’s a chance to mix and mingle with Vancouver’s top developers and designers in the game.

February 21 – Ask Us Anything: Careers in UX/UI Design

A great digital UI/UX Designer has the skills and knowledge to create delightful visual designs that are true to the brand while balancing seamless interactivity and ease of navigation for apps and websites.

Panel includes:

• Jenna Kuck-Chang, UX/UI Designer @ MediaValet
• Julie Woolf, Head of UX Research @ Woolf Strategic
• Vivan Lin, UI Designer @ Drive Digital

February 27 – Ask Us Anything: Careers in Coding

Red-AcademyWeb & App Development involves building web and mobile applications using the most in-demand technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, WordPress, React Native, and much more.

Panel includes:

• Emilie Nagahama, Software Engineer @ QxMD
• Kevin Hashimoto, Founder @ Burnt Pineapple
• Kurtis Young, Team Lead & Front-End Developer @ BAM Communications

RED Academy: “Ask Us Anything” speaker panel

When: February 21 and 27, 2018 at 6:00pm
Where: #200- 1490 West Broadway

Red-AcademyYour $5 admission will be donated to Motionball, a charitable event that the RED Academy team is participating in support to the Special Olympics Canada Foundation.

RED Academy’s “Ask Us Anything” speaker series happens Feb 21 and 27, 2018. To learn more, visit