Past Meetup

ExploreTech Toronto Meetup - November 2018

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> Details
We are excited to host a Lightning Talks event in partnership with Women & Color! (www.womenandcolor.com)

We will be featuring 10 lightning talks by participants from the Women & Colour speaker bootcamp as well as members from our ExploreTech community. Join us for some exciting talks!

> Speakers

Tiffany Cheng - Designing for Voice Interfaces

Shreya Khasnis - It's a Functional World: The Pearls of Functional Programming

Mitch Bechtel - Content Databases: Adding context to build smarter apps and content creations.

Leila Tisdall - Everyone is a Designer

Yiorgos Boudouris - To all the candidates we’ve ghosted before: How to create a more thoughtful candidate experience

Chelsea VanderMeer - Agile A Cappella

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Shaheen Bundhoo - Understanding Object Detection, Part I: Localization

Tiffany Chang - Beyond Ideas: Using Agile Principles to Manage Your Personal Finances

Kama Kaczmarczyk - Immortality in the digital age

Sumaiya Ahmed - Every industry can benefit from marketing

Paige Sun - Leveraging Hackathons to give your employees superpowers

> Schedule

6:30pm - Doors open, grab food & say hello
7:00pm - Doors close & presentations starts
8:30pm - Presentations end
9:00pm - Doors close

> Goals

ExploreTech Toronto is about exploring and celebrating diversity in the tech industry - in the technology we use, the roles and people. You will get a chance to hear from a variety of speakers who are working on interesting technical projects.

Our focus is in creating technical speaking opportunities for new speakers in Toronto’s technology community and to help achieve true gender balance within our local tech leadership. Our events will showcase at least 50% female speakers.

Come join us for some food, mingling & listen to some interesting talks!

[We run events focused on learning, sharing and growing in tech and want to create a comfortable environment for our members. As such, we ask that recruiters respect our members and our venue sponsors.]