I'd be interested in that tech talk...
On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 8:09 PM, Don Henton <[address removed]> wrote:
> I can talk tech, but I'd be up for talking about job search strategies, and
> such. If I talked about tech stuff, it would be Spring/java and Dependency
> On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 3:11 PM, Paul Miller <[address removed]> wrote:
>> The UW Hub group is looking for presentations by (and possibly more
>> QA-oriented sessions with) local software-oriented tech companies/people.
>> These would be geared toward undergrads who are interested in computer
>> software but are still early in their education. This will be a great way
>> for us to share our ideas and experience and to help excite the younger
>> people who are up and coming in the industry.
>> My proposal to HUB was to poll our members for people interested in doing
>> a presentation (on a topic of your choice) in the area of software
>> development. Our group covers a pretty broad area so we'll pick and choose
>> topics along a theme for each of possibly several combined meetups (not on
>> our usual night) with the HUB group.
>> For instance we may get several web-technology related topics together for
>> one presentation, and then possibly several mobile-development-related
>> topics for another. As a mobile and "desktop" software guy I would be
>> interested in talking about the challenges of porting a desktop product to a
>> mobile device, and the different UI aspects of targeting, say, the iPhone
>> and iPad. Or even a quick talk about the wonders of C++ templates and image
>> So if you are willing to give a talk/presentation on something of interest
>> to you, let me know and I'll put together a list of possible meetup topics
>> for HUB.
>> We'll likely choose the 3rd or 4th Wednesday of each month, or every other
>> month, to have these meetings. They will probably be in the CS building on
>> campus in a reserved room. This could be a good chance to inspire CS
>> students and bring the local tech community closer together.
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