Lucky us! We get to have two great and varied talks this month - travelling from the trenches of iPhone app development to the far-off shores of Belgrade*.
Not much warning for you though - SingaporeQS 10 is coming to you next Tuesday, April 9th at the Hub Singapore.
Here's what we've got for you this month...
Vo Thanh Cong is an iOS developer turned entrepreneur. He, like many of us, is interested in habit formation and behaviour change. He'll be talking about his experiences as both habit-former and tool-maker, so something for everybody. It's also not too late to join Kong's 30 Day iOS Challenge, kicking off April 7th. Go on! Challenge yourself!
Tom Kelshaw has been blowing his company's conference budget and going on world tour. He will be sharing some of the highlights from the South by SouthWest (Austin, http://sxsw.com/) and Resonate (Belgrade, http://resonate.io/) emerging tech/digital culture/whizzbang-a-thon festivals. So if you have been stuck in the hot and wet of Singapore for the past couple of months, get ready to live vicariously through Tom.
We can squeeze in one more speaker. So if you have a tracking project that you'd like to share, let me know and we can give you a slot. Don't worry about slides or time, just get up and give it a shot - we are a friendly crowd and would love to hear what you have to say.
As usual, if you have any questions or suggestions, please ping me - my email address and phone number are below.
See you next week,
Singapore Quantified Self 10: Tools and Travels
Tuesday, April 9th 2013, 7pm
The Hub Singapore, 113 Somerset Road
$10 (inclusive of drinks)
We are back once again at The Hub Singapore. So we will be running the bar with red and white wine, and a selection of beer and soft drinks. Admission will come with either 1 glass of wine or 2 beers / soft drinks.
Poor students - we will be sponsoring a limited number of free tickets to the event. Get in touch with me directly [[masked] / 97956169] if you require a free ticket.
*Yes, I understand that Serbia is landlocked. Poetic license.