Past Meetup

Port80 Sydney: HUGE End of year Mixer - DevOps Sydney - SMDMG - SydPHP

This Meetup is past

40 people went

Details

The End of Year mixer will see Port80 combine with some of our partner industry Meetup groups for a big party and fair well to 2013!

SydPHP - Sydney's PHP Development Group - Dave Clark - 654 PHP Developers

Zend Framework User's Group - Dave Clark - 99 Zend Developers

Sydney Mobile Development Group - John Avery - 678 Developers

Sydney Titanium User's Group - John Avery - 53 Members

DevOps - Mick Pollard and Lyndsay Holmwood - 915 Devops

We will get to hear about what each of these groups are up to in the industry, and best of all you can widen your social net and challenge yourself to get a little out of your comfort zone!

3 x Lightning talks;

Developer Experience (DX): Improving APIs from the Outside In

By Neil Mansilla, a senior developer from Mashery (http://www.mashery.com/).

Tansel Ersavas – "Dynabook and the origins of Mobile Computing"

Sydney Mobile developers Meetup Group

Rob Howard – "States not Strings"

Sydney DevOps

Stay tuned for further details, with a healthy bar tab and such a great group of people converging on the one venue this is sure to be the premier Meetup event of the year - don't miss it!

What can you expect from Port80?

A current, insightful and informative topic every month that matters to the web industry.

Excellent presenters that are leaders in their field and want to share first hand knowledge.

A good representation of both the Business and Technical aspects of our topics.

Great networking with your peers in the Web Industry, no sales pitches.

Learn something outside your comfort zone

Who comes to port80?

eCommerce Entrepreneurs, C level Managers

Digital Managers, eCommerce Managers, Marketing Managers

Technical Managers, Developers, Designers, Sys Admins, Web Hosts, SaaS Providers, Tech Startups, Tech Students.

Port80 is run by the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA).

Founded in 2002, Port80 is proud of its informal meetings, no long speeches, no admission fees, no forced networking. Just an interesting talk, great discussion, a few drinks and the chance to meet and share knowledge with others in your industry.