Join us for our summer social, delicious BBQ food, family friendly fun
outdoors activities (including a Floppy Discus competition, tug-of-war),
and of course our Pub Quiz.
Food is provided as part of your £5 ticket (kindly subsidised by Neontribe, Binit and 8 Technology). We’ll have a selection of soft drinks available, and we’re currently working on getting an alcoholic drinks vendor, but feel free to BYOB.
food options (selectable when you buy your ticket) will be served with
Rice, Feijão (Brazilian Black Bean Stew), Pão de Queijo(Cheese Bread),
Farofa (Toasted Casava Flour), Salada (finely chopped fresh Tomato &
Onion Salsa) BBQ Sauce, Chimichurri, Ranch Sauce. For allergy
information please see the food vendor on site, or email
firstname.lastname@example.org in advance.
We will be situationed on the
grass behind the XFI centre, but please make your way through the XFI
reception so you can pick up your meal ticket!!
We held our first ever mini meetup at Exeter College with speakers from TechExeter and Digital Exeter – we often struggle with engaging young people so we decided to take our meetup directly to the students!
Al Mclintock, Industry Placement Liaison Officer initially came to speak to TechExeter earlier in the year to talk about T-levels, and she was thrilled with the idea that we could run a version of our meetup aimed directly at the students
After an introduction from Al and Myself (centre above), we had talks from Sarah Marks (right) – Head of Marketing and Communications at Rezcomm, and Rick Timmis (left) – Engineering Manager for Dell Boomi.
After the talks, the students came along to a networking session where we had a dozen members of our tech+digital community available for students to talk to face to face.
It was a wonderful morning with a great buzz – our next one is in the autumn term and we hope to repeat the success of this joint venture between us and the college!
Our next meetup is on Thursday 6th June in the Workshop at Exeter Phoenix. It’s our regular gig of 3 lightning talks, dicussions and friendly networking.
7.00 Networking and chat 7.20 Intro 7.30 Sophie Glaser, Granted Consultancy Grant Funding 7.45 Tom Chartres-Moore, Stephens Scown GDPR – One year on 8.00 Break 8.15 Jacob Tomlinson, Met Office Informatics Lab OpsDroid – a python based chat-ops bot
FAQ Q. I’m not a tech person, can I still attend? A. YES! We welcome those working in tech and those who want to find out more about it
We try and be as transparent as possible at TechExeter, and one of the ways we do that is to report back stats on our events.
What follows are a few statistics from our call for speakers for this year’s tech conference on the theme of security and hacking.
Please note: These are statistics from people who submitted talks for our conference. Not everyone answered our diversity monitoring questions. We advertised for speakers on our website, social media, and through our member network.