Greetings one and all to Techalicious! This group is for for Like minded passionate individuals who want to meet other technology enthusiasts. Newbies and experts are welcome! We strive to create an atmosphere of sharing, with the goal to always keep things super fun.
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Please do a dual sign-up on Eventbrite for us to get an accurate number of the attendees: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/public-speaking-for-the-tech-professional-tickets-71307557825
The "Public Speaking for the Tech Professional" is a free workshop on how to speak effectively in front of a large or small audience. If you can talk effectively in front of a group of people you will be able to speak up in meetings, small group, or one-on-one conversations without a second thought.
In this workshop, you'll learn …
- The core principles needed to present your ideas effectively.
- How to make a lasting impression on your colleagues
- A structure in how to speak with clarity anytime, anywhere, with anyone.
- Hacks on getting you to speak with confidence right away.
- The difference between “technical skills” and “human skills” and how both are critical to advance your career
In order to make your networking experience more productive at Public Speaking Event, we have partnered with XapCard Inc (https://xapcard.com) to help you discover and connect with other like-minded people with similar interests. Prior to coming to the event, please download the app via (https://xap.to/go) and create your XapCard to tell your inspiring story. Android users will be redirected to the mobile web version.
At the event, Use the app’s Check-in feature to check-in to the event (must do at the location) and discover other people at the event. Whether you Xap, scan a business card it or add a new LinkedIn connection via XapCard, the app remembers where, when and how you made that connection. Add notes, tags and follow-up reminders to never an opportunity. Couldn’t stay long for entire duration, simply drop your XapCard, or pickup others who left it there to connect.
Unix Epoch time, the start of time for all unix-based systems. Early Unix engineers picked that date arbitrarily, because they needed to set a uniform date for the start of time, and New Year's Day, 1970, seemed most convenient. Let's celebrate 1,600,000,000 seconds since the start of that mythical date aka the DAWN OF COMPUTER TIME! Drinks, merriment, and good company, what more can you ask for!? Don't delay, RSVP today!
1,600,000,000 seconds occurs on:
GMT: Sunday, September 13,[masked]:26:40 PM
Our time zone: Sunday, September 13,[masked]:26:40 AM GMT-04:00 DST