• Tech meetup : Tangible Tomorrow


    How will tomorrow look like? Find out at the hubraum Tech Meetup “Tangible Tomorrow” On October 11th, join hubraum for one of their now famous meetups (which have been called the “best meetups” in Berlin)! The hubraum tech meetup “Tangible Tomorrow” explores the future and its upcoming technologies. For this occasion, the CEO of Deutsche Telekom, Tim Höttges, together with other VIP guests will be part of the panel discussion “Intelligente Netze für neue Ideen“. The panel discussion will be held in German and simultaneously translated into English. The meetup participants are wholeheartedly invited to take part in this unique opportunity. Later on, further exciting speakers will also share their vision and their expectations of a Tangible Tomorrow. You will get to interact with industry experts and, as it has been a tradition in the past, a hands-on live tech demo will also be on the menu – of course with complimentary drinks and food! Confirmed speakers include: Jonny Cosgrove, CEO at meetingRoom Darius Pajouh, CEO at Visualix.com Moshe Meyassed, CEO at 2Sens This meetup is gearing up to be the community event of the year. Don’t miss out and register now as seats go fast! Hashtag: #hubraum #Tangible #Tomorrow Save your spot by registering now! http://bit.ly/2IdAT8D Agenda 04:15 PM - Registration 04:30 PM - Opening (panel discussion with Tim Höttges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom and other industry experts) We will publish the exact agenda in the coming days! 07:00 PM - Networking over food & drinks 08:30 PM - Closing FEATURES: PANEL DISCUSSION “Intelligente Netze für neue Ideen“ WITH TIM HÖTTGES, CEO of DEUTSCHE TELEKOM The panel discussion will be held in German and simultaneously translated into English. List of speakers Jonny Cosgrove, CEO at meetingRoom TALK: "Decolonising Cities - Building the Future of Work in the Cloud" Moshe Meyassed, CEO at 2Sens TALK: “From AR to MR – The short way” Darius Pajouh, CEO at Visualix.com TALK: "Visual Mapping and Positioning at scale with centimeter precision" + LIVE DEMO! Please note you *NEED* to register via Eventbrite http://bit.ly/2IzmVyh for this event. Seats go fast!

  • Hubraum 5G Meetup#4: Future Mobility


    Join hubraum on August 23rd for their fourth 5G meetup focusing on a hot topic in the 5G revolution: Future Mobility. This free meetup will see Industry leaders share their expertise and visions on Smart Transport services powered by 5G high-power data transmissions, as well as the different use cases currently in development. Complimentary food and drinks will be provided! Register your free spot via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/4-hubraum-5g-meetup-future-mobility-tickets-48641933332?aff=berlinhtml Agenda 17:30 - Registration 18:00 - Opening 18:15 - Talk #1 - Johannes Springer, CTO Connected Cars, T Systems & General Manager, 5GAA "Telco Services for connected and automated Driving – On the way to 5G" 18:45 - Talk #2 - Phillip Zakas, Co-Founder, Mapfit "5G-enabled mapping will help us discover and interact with our world in new and surprising ways" 18:15 - Break with Snacks and Drinks 19:45 - Talk #3 - TBD 20:15 - Talk #4 - Daniel Seidl, CEO & Founder, Innoactive "How to scale VR adoption across large organizations like Volkswagen - LIVE DEMO!" 20:45 - Networking over food & beers 22:00 - Closing

  • ConCarHack

    Estrel Berlin

    Hi everyone! We have a cool challenge coming up in July for those interested in connected mobility. You will hack in the middle of the ConCarExpo-- which means big exposure and a great opportunity to network. See the details below and be sure to signup as there are limited spots! On July 5th & 6th, ConCarHack will take place during the ConCar expo in Berlin. A one-day hackathon where we will challenge developers to hack their best solutions in the field of connected mobility. Organized by VDI, the ConCar expo is THE international trade fair for connected car and mobility solutions. One of the biggest trends in the automobile industry is the connected vehicle, and we want to see what can be developed over the course of one day. Create something new using your existing tech, or by using the provided tech and data. Whether you choose Car2Car, Car2X or Car2Mobile, participants are invited to come out and show us what they got during this one-day hack at Estrel Berlin. Winners receive the opportunity to have a booth + the chance to present at the ELIV conference 2017 in Berlin. A prize worth well over 7k! For more information & to register, visit the link below http://bit.ly/concarhackhtml5 We hope to see you there!

  • hub:raum NB-IoT Hackathon

    hub:raum Berlin

    hub:raum NB-IoT Hackathon is a 2-day hackathon happening in Berlin, Germany at hub:raum this June. While official partners and detailed challenges are still in the pipeline, this hack is set to be truly one-of-a-kind. Developers and startups are being called to disrupt today’s Internet of Things landscape by creating services & solutions for Narrowband IoT technology. NB-IoT stands out due to its energy efficiency, low costs, and deep, long range transmission capabilities. This is a great opportunity to be on the cutting edge of LPWA (low-power wide area) technology and build solutions for the age of M2M (machine-to-machine) communications. Are you developer or startup working on radio technologies, smart metering, device monitoring, or sensors? If so, this is an event you cannot miss. Don’t see your area of expertise mentioned? Not to worry, DT understands that there is a huge diversity of IoT applications, so if you are part of the ecosystem sign up now! Register here --> https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hubraum-nb-iot-hackathon-tickets-34124890466 #DTNBiot

  • Global Aviation Hackathon - {re}coding aviation

    hub:raum Berlin

    For the first time in history, seven airports will collaborate to recode aviation and unleash the global potential of open innovation. {re}code aviation is a raw coding hackathon where developers, designers and other super powers will come together to hack the passenger journey. From June 16th to 18th in hub:raum Berlin, designers, developers, and super powers will join forces to create the future of aviation using AI, IoT and sensors, chat bots, robotics, wearables, cloud-based solutions, wayfinding, and all other technology they can get their hands on. Together with the airports of Copenhagen, Munich, Frankfurt, Gatwick, Geneva, Stockholm, and Amsterdam, participants are invited to come out and show what they’ve got during 48 hours in hub:raum Berlin! Please register at http://bit.ly/RECODINGAVIATIONHACK #recodingaviation

  • GE Minds + Machines Hackathon

    Westhafen docks

    GE Minds & Machines hackathon is a 2-day hackathon on a boat (yes a boat!) docked next to the Minds & Machines conference, on June 12-13 in Berlin. The mission is to develop sustainable IIoT applications to decarbonize the manufacturing and energy sectors using the GE Industrial IoT platform Predix. You’ll be given several data sources and Intel hardware to prompt your solution, as well as expert, self-guided online tutorials beforehand, to get yourself set up on the platform. Join for your chance to dip into the Prize Pool worth 50,000€ and benefit from a full day at the conference. FREE REGISTRATION at http://bit.ly/GEhack2017 with code: bemyapp100 #hackonaboat

  • Hack the Office


  • Going offline with Service Workers w/Phil Nash LIVE

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    Phil is a developer evangelist for Twilio serving developer communities in London and all over the world. He is a Ruby and JavaScript developer, blogger, speaker and occasionally a brewer. He can be found hanging out at meetups and conferences, playing with new technologies and APIs or writing open source code. Tune in LIVE July 26st, 17:30 / 5:30pm CEST to watch Phil walk us through how to improve our front-end. Going offline with Service Workers Service Workers are the biggest thing to hit the browser since XMLHttpRequest. We'll take a look at what the Service Worker can do for your app and more importantly, your users. We'll see the surprisingly small amount of code you need to get started with a Service Worker, how you would take an existing app from online to offline and finally we'll take a look at Progressive Web Apps and how the Service Worker will take part in a revolution for web applications. _____________________________________________________________ Register now on EVENTBRITE (http://www.eventbrite.com/e/going-offline-with-service-workers-wphil-nash-tickets-26405435368?aff=bmaMeetups) and don't miss out to learn from the pro's themselves. We will send you a link via email to watch the webinar LIVE and you'll have a chance to ask Phil your questions in REAL-TIME. See you soon, BeMyApp ([masked])

  • Post is the New Pre: Using Postprocessors to Revolutionize Your Workflow w/Aaron

    Aaron Ladage is a UI engineer for DEG, a Kansas City-based, full-service digital agency purpose-built to meet clients in the moment with relevant and data-driven marketing, commerce, and collaboration solutions. Aaron is the creator of inputtypes.com (http://inputtypes.com/), a form input and onscreen keyboard testing utility, and has been a selected speaker at several prominent developer conferences, including SXSW Interactive, Future of Web Design NYC and HTML5DevConf San Francisco. Outside of work and freelance, he is a cliché Kansas City BBQ snob and brews some really bad beer. Tune in LIVE July 25th, 17:00 / 5:00pm CEST to watch Aaron walk us through how to build a better front-end. Post is the New Pre: Using Postprocessors to Revolutionize Your Workflow. For years, front-end developers have turned to preprocessors like Sass and CoffeeScript to fill in the gaps in native CSS and JavaScript. Although these tools have transformed and enhanced the way we write code, they've also forced us to work in nonstandard syntaxes, bouncing from one compiler to the next as we try to find the perfect build process. But what if there's a better way? If you’ve heard of PostCSS or Babel and wondered what all the fuss is about — or perhaps if the hype is bigger than the benefits — this webinar is for you. Learn how postprocessors and transpilers can revolutionize your code and workflow. If the idea of writing CSS4 and ES7 code today without compromising browser compatibility sounds impossible, you're in for a surprise. _____________________________________________________________ Register now on EVENTBRITE (http://postprocessors.eventbrite.com/?aff=bmaMeetups) and don't miss out to learn from the pro's themselves. We will send you a link via email to watch the webinar LIVE and you'll have a chance to ask Aaron your questions in REAL-TIME. See you soon, BeMyApp ([masked])

  • Transform your code like Optimus Prime: ASTs for Beginners w/Kent C. Dodds

    Join us July 6th as we have Kent C. Dodds.I work at PayPal as a full stack JavaScript engineer. I host JavaScript Air, the live video broadcast podcast about JavaScript and the web platform and co-host React30, a 30 minute podcast about React. I spend a bit of time on GitHub and Twitter. I’m an Egghead.io instructor and Google Developer Expert. I’m happily married and the father of three kids. I like code. I care about craft, design, tools, and architecture. I like to talk about it. Come chat with me :-). Tune in LIVE July 6th, 17:00 / 5:00pm CEST to watch Kent walk us through how to build a better front-end. Transform your code like Optimus Prime: A beginner's guide to ASTs. The Abstract Syntax Tree. It sounds a lot worse than it is. It’s actually quite simple and enables some powerful tools. BabelJS uses it to transform your code from ES.Next to ES5. ESLint uses it to lint your code. And with a knowledge of how it works, you can extend these and other tools to do some mind bustingly powerful things. Prepare to be amazed by ASTs! _____________________________________________________________ Register now on EVENTBRITE (http://optimusprime.eventbrite.com/?aff=bmaMeetups) and don't miss out to learn from the pro's themselves. We will send you a link via email to watch the webinar LIVE and you'll have a chance to ask Kent your questions in REAL-TIME. See you soon, BeMyApp ([masked])