This round table discussion will be on the state of the modern web stack (front-end, back-end and everything in between), what stacks you use, both personally and professionally, and what is involved with maintaining and developing on those stacks. Join us for a healthy discussion into this topic, there’ll be a list of questions to consider all developers, regardless of the tools and technologies you use is welcome to join us!
Archive for month: January, 2016
Google has worked with Udacity to create “Android Development for Beginners” https://www.udacity.com/course/android-development-for-beginners–ud837
We can create a small group and encourage each other to do this short course. This meeting will be a kick off meeting.
David Chan is trying to solve the problem of having too many online passwords lying around and causing havoc, especially to businesses. He started testing the business and writing the code a few months ago. Now he is ready to present his first results and get some much needed feedback from the group.
Got a problem get a solution! Is there something stopping your business idea taking off? Do you need advice in any areas of your business (idea)? Would you feedback from a room full of tech business enthusiasts? Be sure to attend our event! Let’s meet up and share our collective knowledge. Non-members and non-students welcome. Details and registration at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/start-up-dmu-society-event-tickets-20757587503
Streamline Presenter is a tool enabling the user to build presentations for topics by combining content from various social media libraries including Youtube, Slideshare, Issuu, and Image libraries like Flickr.
If you are a founder of a startup or you are trying to build your team or you want to participate in another startup, this is a chance to meet your potential cofounders.
Ibrahim will present FrenPals is a support service to help international students integrate smoothly into their new UK educational environment. Co-founder, Ibrahim Abdulkarim will talk about his passion for impacting peoples life and his love for entrepreneurship made him look into problems he encountered as international students and come up with business ideas for solving them.
Any object can be enhanced by adding digital capabilities. Start to do this in your products, or suffer at the hands of those that are already at work to disrupt your industry. Paul Muston will alert you to the threats and opportunies head for your company from his many years of research and IP creation for a Fortune 500 industrial sensor and analytics company.
Businesses that aspire to raising investment tend to go through the moves without specific strategy, disregarding the pitfalls they may encounter. In this lecture Dr. Constantina Katsari will give you examples of everything that can go wrong or has already gone wrong.
If you are a founder of a startup or you are trying to build your team or you want to participate in another startup, do not miss this chance to meet your potential cofounders.