NUS Hackers is celebrating our 100th Friday Hacks!
Date/Time: Friday, Oct 16 at 6:30pm
Venue: Seminar Room 3, Town Plaza, University Town
Free food and beer at after-event bash!
Facebook Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/834978463288543/
To mark this occasion, we have a very special talk from Sayanee about engaging with the tech community beyond school. We’ll also be holding Lightning talks (5mins each) with speakers from NUS, NTU, SUTD and all over Singapore!
If you’re interested to give a lightning talk, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Engaging with the tech community beyond school
How can a student engage with the technology industry beyond school? This talk will scan through practical tips for getting started online and getting involved with projects. What communities can you join easily and learn? Which meetups can you attend and even help to co-organize? How to start contributing to open source? Can we easily share with by writing our own blogs, books or even making podcasts? What are some interesting social media accounts or blogs to follow? How can we add in short trips to engage with locals while traveling anywhere in the world? We will discuss all these questions and more!
Sayanee Basu is a full stack developer working with emerging web technologies at Ricoh Pte. Ltd. in Singapore. Her key interest lies in connecting the web and the internet to the physical world through sensors and hence, much of her free time is now spent in tinkering with electronics and computer networks. She creates Build Podcast, a screencast series on developer tools as well as actively contributes to the Singapore tech community through curation of events, open source projects at webuild.sg and a developer focused podcast with We Build LIVE. She graduated from National University of Singapore in Electrical Engineering.
You can find out more about her at http://sayan.ee/!
We’ll update this event description with confirmed lightning talks on Friday.
There’s going to be a after-event bash with free food and beer.
Friday Hacks is sponsored by NUS Enterprise.