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Our March meetup will again be hosted by the nice folks at Spotcrowd. They are located in the KBC tower so besides hearing awesome talks you'll also get a magnificient view of the city. We have two speakers from madewithlove (https://madewithlove.be) lined up for this evening. More details below.
How to get in the KBC Tower?
Change of plans! Getting into the venue can be done by going to Schoenmarkt straat and entering through the doors below. It's in front of the KBC building. If you RSVP'd your name will be on the attendee list. We're on the 23rd floor and you'll be guided to the correct floor from the entrance.
We urge you to come on time but if you get there late you can call the venue host at [masked] and we'll try to get you in. Try to be there before 19:45!
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We hope to see you soon!
Frederick, Freek & Dries
19:00 - Doors
20:00 - I didn’t know the browser could do that!
20:30 - Break
21:00 - How to actually get software built
22:00 - Social
I didn’t know the browser could do that! by Sam Bellen (https://twitter.com/sambego)
The times when a browser simply had to parse and show some markup are long gone. These days they are full of interesting api’s exposing various information and behaviour to web developers. This talk will walk you through a few of these api’s, some of which you might know, some maybe not. I will show a quick example of what some of these api’s can do, and how to use them.
Speaker: Sam is a front-end software engineer from Belgium with a special interest for the the web-audio-api and other exotic browser API’s.
How to actually get software built by Andreas Creten (https://twitter.com/andreascreten)
During my years as a developer and entrepreneur I have seen a lot of clients and other stakeholders struggle with getting from idea to working software.
This talk sheds a light on it from a developer' side of view, mainly for not so technical people. Expect real world use cases and some funny jokes.
Speaker: I am a software engineer and an entrepreneur who loves developing apps and building teams.
In 2008, me and my co-founder Jonas Van Schoote started madewithlove, an app development company where everybody speaks code, the management included. I also love pushing startups forward, either as a co-founder or CTO.
As a firm believer in data & knowledge sharing, you’ll regularly find me working on open-source projects and speaking at conferences.