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Tech Wednesday - Query Tree, and Simon K.

We have had a few changes to the line up for this months meet-up, please see below:

d4 Software

Dan will be giving an update of his product: Query Tree; Explore Data, Without Code

Dan is based here in the e4f.Incubator, you can see the latest press release we did for him here

Ooj who is also based at Innovation Birmingham Campus will be giving us a look at his event planning tool

Ooj presented several months ago and will be back to give us an update.


Turning Google into Your Muse

Simon Kaguramamba - Web & Software Consultant has vast experience with a variety of Tech focused start-ups he will be there to discuss his latest project.


Registration starts at 5:30pm outside the e4f kitchen with presentations starting at 6:00pm in the conference suite.

look forward to seeing you all there.



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  • Paul M.

    I love Tech Weds, Part 2
    Ooj of firmly took the the blame and explained his reasons for their delayed launch (9+ month!). To be brutal, the #1 reason people don't launch is because the founder don't think their product will work in the market. From the brief demo there are many beautifully designed features, but for me they have yet to nail the core of the value proposition. When answering the monetisation question, Ooj gave a list of 5 possibilities - this means there isn't yet an obvious business model.
    Simon seems a smart guy and has quite a track record with his African mobile web App business. Please use this knowledge to add more similar value to the world and don't spend your time infecting people with "Get Rich Slowly" schemes.

    1 · June 20, 2013

  • Paul M.

    I love Tech Weds, Part 1
    There are always some lovely startups to study.
    In Query Tree Dan has beautifully crafted a GUI to filter tabular data. I did wonder at what job the target user was trying to get done, what pain they currently felt and if this was truely a pain killer. For straight tables Excel is the competition, and for any data needing joins, unless for the same relational database the secondary key needs some munging, where more DB skill may be required. While Query Tree Connect in the Data Warehouse market would be competing with Enterprise licenses of Tableau, I am all for attempting to disrupt over-served markets.

    June 20, 2013

  • Charlie M.

    Apologies - will not be able to make this but hope to make it in the future

    June 18, 2013

  • Philip W.

    Looking forward to the legendary Ooj presenting his legendary product,.

    1 · June 17, 2013

  • Ben P.

    Had to cancel due to work commitments but will be back next month :-)

    June 11, 2013

  • Zen

    A whole set of gTLD ( domain extension e.g. .com) are on there away are you ready - protect your business / trademark some won't make the cut but its a heads up:

    see: (for geeks)
    see: (for the rest of us)

    June 11, 2013

    • Zen

      Although still early days yet .

      June 11, 2013

  • benobrien

    maybe coming

    June 10, 2013

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