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!
With 20 speakers across 3 tracks, there’s something for everyone! Tickets are selling fast – with over 100 people already attending make sure you grab one before they sell out! Book now at http://conference.techexeter.uk/
A massive shout out goes to our sponsors – the One Planet MBA at the University of Exeter Business School – without them this event couldn’t take place!
After our amazing inaugural conference last year, we return for a bigger event with the following theme:
TechExeter presents “FRESH TECH”
New technologies, Fresh approaches.
Friday 8th September 2017, University of Exeter. UK.
The call for speakers is now open [form here]. We are after a wide range of topics and depths:
High level overviews of fresh “new” technologies (speech interfaces & AI, drones, IOT, VR/AR, medical advances, etc)
Technical talks on the latest developer trends
Your personal experience working with a particular technology
Workshops/hands-on sessions for getting to grips with interesting tech
To give you an idea, previous meetup/conference topics and presenters include:
Practical agile. Lessons learned the hard way – Land Registry
Fixing the Web with the Interplanetary File System – John Kane
Digital Healthcare – Technical Health
Monitoring in a scalable world – Met Office
Data Science in the cloud with Microsoft Azure – Microsoft
Going cross-platform with ASP. NET Core – Just Eat
Story mapping and sketching – Sift Digital
Simplify, Isolate and Scale with RabbitMQ – Upad Ltd
The what, why and how of Unit Testing with SQL Server – University of Exeter
Enjoy the Vue.js – Ideaflip
Why I Make – Ben Everard
Why talk at TechExeter?
It’s our mission at TechExeter CIC to help bring people together – we have a wonderful friendly and diverse set of members from companies large and small, and by speaking at the conference you’ll be stimulating ideas and helping bring our little community to a global audience. Plus it’ll be super fun! – check out our social media from last year. Whether it’s your first time public speaking or your hundredth, we’ll be on hand to help you get the most out of the event.
Good luck, and remember – you can submit more than one talk!
Kris & Rob
We’ve just announced our 2016 conference speaker lineup – 14 awesome people from the South West and beyond, giving you a full days worth of tech talks covering topics including JS, HTML5, SQL, Azure, RabbitMQ, .net and more!
Here’s the full schedule for Saturday October 8th 2016:
9:00am – Registration Opens
John Kane – Fixing the Web with the Interplanetary File System
Joseph Woodward – Going cross-platform with ASP.NET Core
Jacob Tomlinson – Monitoring in a scalable world
Annette Allen – The what, why and how of Unit Testing with SQL Server
1) Andy Mantell – Revitalizing your frontend workflow with pattern libraries
2) John Blackmore – Simplify, Isolate and Scale with RabbitMQ
Martin Thornalley – Data Science in the cloud with Microsoft Azure
1) Craig Buckler – The Future of Mobile: Native vs Progressive Web Apps
2) Rachel Prudden – Genetic Algorithmns
Ian Ames – Practical agile. Lessons learned the hard way on our journey building digital products.
Andy Wood – enjoy the Vue.js
Mike Dunn and Will Scott – Story mapping and sketching – humanising the requirements process
Christopher Hunt – This Is Where We Where: A TIWWA @ Tate Modern Post Mortem