• Lucida is sponsoring the Rust Melbourne Meetup !

    Stone & Chalk Melbourne

    Lucida is sponsoring the Rust Melbourne meetup! Wesley Moore is a self-professed Computer Geek working with one of the most innovative companies in Australia. https://greensync.com/ He'll be talking about exploring and promoting Rust by using Rust. Wesley will take us through some of the awesome tools that have come out recently, such as ripgrep, exa, and fd, with the overall angle that by slowly replacing some aging tools that you use day to day with modern Rust implementations, we can help spread Rust adoption at the grass roots level. RSVP here or click on the link below http://meetu.ps/e/D7mJv/1sKdb/f

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  • Lucida is sponsoring the Elixir Melbourne Meetup!

    We've still got space for someone to talk, so get in touch with me or Julian Doherty (https://twitter.com/madlep) if you're interested! (newbies especially welcome) • 6:00pm - arrive, socialise • 6:30pm - welcome and introduction • 6:45pm - Talk • 7:00pm - food, socialise • 7:30pm - Maybe another talk... • 8:00pm - finish up and head to Saint & Rogue (next door to Envato at 582 Little Collins St, Melbourne) RSVP here or click on the link below http://meetu.ps/e/D3xst/1sKdb/f (http://meetu.ps/c/2y1GP/1sKdb/f)

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  • Lucida is sponsoring the Elixir Melbourne Meetup !

    This month we'll be talking about GenStage (http://hexdocs.pm/gen_stage) and Flow (https://hexdocs.pm/flow). We've still got space for another talk, so get in touch with Julian Doherty (https://twitter.com/madlep) if you're interested! (newbies especially welcome) • 6:00pm - arrive, socialise • 6:30pm - welcome and introduction • 6:45pm - Intro to GenStage and Flow • 7:00pm - food, socialise • 7:30pm - Maybe another talk... • 8:00pm - finish up and head to Saint & Rogue (next door to Envato at 582 Little Collins St, Melbourne) RSVP here or click on the link below http://meetu.ps/c/2y1GP/1sKdb/f

  • Lucida is sponsoring the Rust Melbourne Meetup !

    The York Butter Factory

    Lucida is sponsoring the Rust Melbourne meetup! Pop in and meet Michael Day-CEO of YesLogic discussing Mercury, Rust, and the perils and rewards of software development in unusual languages RSVP here or click on the link below http://meetu.ps/e/CTyvl/1sKdb/f

  • Welcome to Careers in Technology Today - Catering from 5PM

    RMIT University, Swanston Academic Building, RMIT Building 80, Level 1, Room 2(080.01.002), Swanston Street, Melbourne

    Title of event Careers in Technology Today Career and industry insights from experts at leading global technology driven brands Guest Speaker Daniel Fullarton from Amdocs Software Development Specialist For the past 4 years Daniel has developed and deployed M-Commerce platforms in the developing world, building high throughput transactional systems in Europe, Africa, Asia and South America. Daniel also helps lead the Melbourne Java/JVM Users group, one of the largest technology focused meet ups in Melbourne. Guest Speaker Mark Pritchard from Cxense SVP Advertising and Co-founder Technologist, ultra large scale data and ultra low latency developer, Co founder Cxense, Starcraft player Guest Speaker Simon Cuce from Xero Melbourne Development Manager Dr Simon Cuce is the Melbourne Development Manager for the accounting software company Xero. He is a 15 year veteran of the Melbourne software industry, having worked for start-ups, large corporates and academia. Simon has a PhD, MBA and BComp (Hons) from Monash University. What's the event about ? Three global companies present their views and on what it’s like to work in a technology driven company today. These industry experts from Xero, Cxense and Amdocs will share their experience and points of view on: The Technology Landscape Today Industry/Sector Trends Jobseekers Employability Each will discuss what the current industry trends are, as well as the associated technical trends in today’s market including, mobility, big data, distributed systems and cloud technology. It's not everyday experts reveal insights into what employers are actually looking for in candidates, when they look to take on-board graduates and which technologies are trending. Definitely worth popping by for a bite to eat and an informal chat with some of the best in the technology field. When Tuesday 18th November catering from 5PM first presentation at 6PM

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