What we're about

Meet other programmers, software developers and engineers in a social environment or come along and learn from some of the great speakers at our speaker nights. DevNQ welcomes people of any level of programming experience, in any language. We're building a community of software developers who want to learn, share and meet new people. If that sounds like something you want to be involved with sign up and come along to our next meetup!

Speakers

We're always looking for new and interesting speakers to share with our community. If you're interested in speaking at a DevNQ event you can fill out our speaker application form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeKXaS-Ll3fL85G30lWMVekoKpg23ma8H4itOwhg8T6IIjbzg/viewform).

Upcoming events (1)

Pizza Party - Pizza, Lightning Talks & Fun!

JCU: James Cook University, Australia, Townsville, City Campus

The DevNQ Pizza Party is a celebration of the amazing DevNQ community, part social event, part lightning talks. This is the opportunity for our community to get together and celebrate that we're much more than just software developers! What's special about the Pizza Party? It's not about software development and programming, we're inviting everybody to contribute interesting lightning talks about anything they're passionate about! Learn something new or just come along for a chat with friends over free pizza and drinks! CALL FOR SPEAKERS Got something you would love to talk about? Join our list of speakers by emailing us your talk proposal: [masked] First time speaking? Don't be afraid, reach out for support, we would love to help you present. You'll even get a FREE Google Home Mini for your efforts! Choose any topic you're passionate about or would love to tell others about! It doesn't need to involve programming, it doesn't even need to involve computers. Lightning Talks should be: - No longer than 5 minutes - Interesting to beginner in the topic - Within the proposed DevNQ Code of Conduct (https://github.com/devnq/governance/blob/proposal-1/code-of-conduct.md) Lightning Talks should not be: - Pitches for a business, product or service - A job advertisement EVENT SPONSORS Coming soon... ------ DevNQ has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment. Everyone is welcome, encouraged to be themselves, and has the right to feel comfortable at DevNQ events regardless of gender, age, race, religion, sexual orientation, etc.

Past events (27)

"Testing of a Global SAAS Product" - Alex Scott

Education Central, James Cook University

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