Fresh Tech Conference: Call for Speakers

UPDATE: Applications are now closed! We had a rush of last minute entries so we’ll get back to all 50+ of you as soon as we can!


We’re back with our “Fresh Tech” Conference, returning to the University of Exeter Business School on Friday 7th September.

A full day of tech talks and workshops across 3 tracks (each getting progressively technical!), we’ve got talks on Artifical Intelligence / Machine Learning, Automation, Internet of Things, Robotics, HTML5,  Containerisation, UX and more.

Our call for speakers is now open! Topic: “Fresh Tech, New Ideas”.

Click the link above to get a chance to interact with our wonderful tech community, and to have a fun day of activities, full catering and of course to enjoy the wonderful facilities provided by the The Exeter MBA. We’re welcoming first time and returning speakers, and would especially love to hear from you if you’re from an under-represented minority group!

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Midnight on Sat 28th April

Check out what happened at the conference last year. Want to sponsor this event? Get in touch!

April 5th Meetup

Join us for our regular blend of tech-focused lightning talks, tech announcements and peer networking. This month we’re giving extra Q&A time to talk about GDPR, which comes into affect on 25th May.

Speakers:

* Scott Thomas on “Using technology to personalise education”
* Daniel Vaughan on “Building Cloud Infrastructure for the Human Cell Atlas”
* Tom Chartres-Moore on GDPR – Everything a developer needs to know

Asynchronous April Meetup

Thursday, Apr 5, 2018, 7:00 PM

The Workshop @ The Phoenix
Gandy Street Exeter, GB

74 Members Went

Join us for our regular blend of tech-focused lightning talks, tech announcements and peer networking. This month we’re giving extra Q&A time to talk about GDPR, which comes into affect on 25th May. Speakers: * Scott Thomas on “Using technology to personalise education” * Daniel Vaughan on “Building Cloud Infrastructure for the Human Cell Atlas” * …

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Digital Exeter VR night

A hands-on event designed to give you glimpse into the World of VR and AR. Hosted by Digital Exeter / The Exeter MBA at the University of Exeter Business School.

VR/AR Night

Tuesday, Mar 27, 2018, 7:00 PM

Conference Room 1, Xfi Building
Streatham Campus, University of Exeter Exeter, GB

44 Members Attending

Your chance to learn about and try the latest Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) Tech. Exeter’s Endurance VR [ https://www.endurancevr.net/ ] will be there with the latest HTC and Oculus kit for you to experience. We will have at least 4 set-ups for you to play with, featuring adventure games, logic games, immersive experiences and eve…

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Frosty Feb 1st Meetup 2018

Our first meetup of the year, join us for tech-focused lightning talks, announcements and networking.

* Martin Kelman from ATS-Global talking about “Aerospace Automated Assembly and the Digital Factory” (re-scheduled from December’s meetup)
* Michael Daniel “Developers in a private equity world”

Frosty February Meetup

Thursday, Feb 1, 2018, 7:00 PM

The Workshop @ The Phoenix
Gandy Street Exeter, GB

87 Members Went

Our first meetup of the year, join us for tech-focused lightning talks, announcements and networking. Speaking this month are: * Martin Kelman from ATS-Global talking about “Aerospace Automated Assembly and the Digital Factory” (re-scheduled from December’s meetup) * Michael Daniel “Developers in a private equity world” * Martin Howitt on “Open Dat…

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Tech Nation 2018 survey

Help to keep Exeter on the national TechNation UK map – they want to hear from you on topics such as diversity of the tech sector, opportunities for high growth businesses and the quality of education and training. It only takes 5 minutes!

> https://streetbees.formstack.com/forms/tech_city_partners

And if you like answering surveys, why not also take our more in depth delve into to local tech scene by taking our very own survey : https://techexeter.uk/2017/help-us-take-our-survey/. We’ve had over 150 responses so far, and we’ll be releasing the data as open data for everyone to look at.