Join us to kick off TechWeek19 with a showcase of awesome development happening in the area, to show how our talented local developers are innovating for the good of the world.
We're planning an exciting evening where we'll hear from talented local developers and innovators on their projects - whether personal or professional (or both!) This is a tech talk, not a product marketing spin, so expect to dive into the tech, hear about the challenges and obstacles of creating, and to be inspired!
<<< Want to show off an awesome project you've been working on? Submit a request to speak by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Each talk will be allocated up to 20 minutes with part of that being Q&A, but it's up to the speakers to decide how much time they want and how they'll use it. >>>
About JuniorDev TGA:
We are an inclusive community for juniors, those still learning and those already working, for self-learners, bootcampers, grads and students in formal education, and those who just want to learn! Part of the international JuniorDev network, we have chapters in Auckland, Wellington, Melbourne (Aus), Perth (Aus), Canberra (Aus), Singapore, Stockholm (Sweden), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), and more. Come to learn, share, and connect with others in the industry; we hope to not only connect you with your peers but also industry experts and experienced developers.
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Twitter - @juniordevTGA
Don't forget to familiarize yourself with our Code of Conduct prior to the evening. Read it here!
You should be present for the whole duration of this event.
Adam and Liat Reis immigrated to New Zealand in 2011 and began their company Hello Club here 3 years ago before moving from Wellington to Tauranga last year. Liat graduated in Mathematics and Computer Science in Israel, and Adam completed a M. Sc. in Aerospace Engineering in The Netherlands.
Roland has a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours from the University of Canterbury and has significant experience in software solution architecture and development. He is the architect behind Cucumber’s successful programme with Scion’s Biosecurity Application
As a Front-end Developer working at Cucumber, Josh is an advocate for building applications that put architecture decisions up-front and follow industry best practice, and as a lead for the Front-end team at Cucumber, he has the opportunity to build creative solutions to real world problems.