Thu 22 Aug 2019 (3)

Full Day Workshop: Implementing VR in Unity3D by Richard Bang

Digital East Anglia

When: 22/08/2019 09:45 - 11:45
Where: St. George's Works, Norwich

This a follow on from the Intro to Unity3D for C# developers. You can of course attend if you are familiar with Unity3D's features and interface and would like to learn about Virtual Reality Implementation in Unity's infrastructure.

This will focus on the HTC Vive Virtual reality offering and access to the HTC vive will be included as part of the workshop for the day. There should be 3 pieces of equipment to use.

Tea, Coffee and a variety of soft drinks are included in the price.

VR Overview

· VR Design Considerations

· Managing player experience

· Separating gameplay from visuals/control

· Supporting multiple control systems

· Additional viewports

· Multi-platform support

· Scaling worlds

· Movement systems

· Q & A

· End Day 2

Startup Pitches #5 with goalgiving, Safepoint, Zipline & Pickr!

SyncNorwich - Norwich's Tech + Startup Community

When: 22/08/2019 18:00 - 20:30
Where: Thyngs, Norfolk

Having successfully presented you 16 startups in Season 1, we bring you Season 2 of our Startup Pitch Series.

Startup Pitches #5 brings you:

- goalgiving - unlock the power of sport to raise money for charity
- Zipline - Your Community, Built for You
- Safepoint - Ensuring lone workers are never truly alone
- Pickr - Supercharge your global contract delivery with the next generation of the industrial workforce.

The goal of our Startup Pitch Event Series is to:

> Showcase whats happening in Norwich and Norfolk
> Practice your pitch in front of a friendly audience
> Get valuable feedback
> Build connections, share ideas, collaborate, learn
> Find investment or a new job!

If you want to pitch at a future event, please email john@syncnorwich.com with subject title "Application - Startup Pitches - [your company or product name]"

** Agenda **

6.00pm - Arrivals & Networking with Pizza & Beer
6.30pm - Intro
6.45pm - PITCH 1 -> Goal Giving
6.55pm - PITCH 2 -> Zipline
7.05pm - PITCH 3 -> Safepoint
7.15pm - PITCH 4 -> Pickr
7.25pm - Q&A
7.45pm - Vote for Best Pitch
8.00pm - Networking & Drinks
8.30pm - Close

** PITCH 1 -> goalgiving **

We want to create the first £1m goal for charity through a fun new way to fundraise. Imagine if every fan gave to charity when their team wins or scores - and are incentivised with rewards. It's win win.

> www.goalgiving.com
> https://twitter.com/goalgiving

Oli is an entrepreneurial ex-Strategy and Management Consultant with a passion for sport and co-founder Andy has worked in sport, PR and charity and loves the power of sport to do good.

> https://twitter.com/OliverLatham2
> https://www.linkedin.com/in/oliverlatham

** PITCH 2 -> Zipline **

The working title of our new app is "BuddyApp", but we will announce the new name before the event.

BuddyApp is a SaaS business, focused on taking BuddyPress communities to the iOS and Android app store. The business addresses a fundamental need for over 200,000 community owners.

> https://twitter.com/wearezipline
> https://wearezipline.com/

Tom has been working in the online community industry for over 10 years. A planner at heart, Tom founded Dub, a SaaS business focused on delivering online communities to the qualitative research industry at 25.

> https://twitter.com/tomwatts22
> https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomwatts

** PITCH 3 -> Safepoint **

Imagine you're an engineer, an estate agent, a social care worker, or even a farmer. Something goes wrong, you get attacked by a client, or trapped under machinery.

Who knows you're in trouble?
Who knows where you are?
Who's coming to help?

The alarming fact is for the majority of businesses the answer is nobody.

Safepoint is a new web and mobile software platform that solves this problem, allowing businesses to ensure the safety of their employees, whilst easily staying compliant with today's health and safety regulations.

> https://www.safepointapp.com/
> https://twitter.com/safepointapp

Callum is a Norfolk based tech entrepreneur with a background in avionics, electronics and software engineering. He strives to leverage technology to create effective solutions to big problems. His most recent project, Safepoint, utilises the smartphone in your pocket as a reliable health and safety monitoring platform for lone workers.

> https://twitter.com/callum_c
> https://www.linkedin.com/in/callumcoombes/

** PITCH 4 -> Pickr **

Pickr is more efficiently connecting the hyperfragmented market of roughnecks, engineers and business owners with the global built environment companies that call the shots.

> https://twitter.com/pickrworks
> https://pickr.works

Pitching will be Kane Halsey is CEO and Founder of Pickr, along with team mates Max Andreassen & Stephen Smith.

> https://twitter.com/pickrceo
> https://twitter.com/max_andreassen

** Our lovely Sponsors **

> Purple Tuesday https://twitter.com/PurpleTuesday
> Leathes Prior https://www.leathesprior.co.uk/
> FXHOME https://twitter.com/FXhome

August Social Meetup - Sir Garnet [Previously June]

Norfolk Game Developers

When: 22/08/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: The Sir Garnet pub, Norwich

Lets have a good old catch up with everyone. You're welcome to join us at any point throughout and we will usually be in the pub from 7pm until about 9.30 / 10pm.

Fri 23 Aug 2019 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 23/08/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 23/08/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 26 Aug 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 26/08/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Tue 27 Aug 2019 (1)

Ewan Slater presents "Free the Functions with Fn project (fnproject.io)!"

Suffolk Developers

When: 27/08/2019 19:00 - 20:30
Where: UOS, Ipswich

Serverless” is the buzzword of the moment.

“Serverless” aims to improve developer productivity by abstracting, underlying infrastructure layers. The servers are still there, but you just can’t see them.

This abstraction allows the developer to focus solely on the functions that deliver value to the business and not on the plumbing.

The economics of serverless are also interesting since you only consume resources when your functions run, rather than having applications running continually waiting to server requests.

Sadly the serverless platforms provided by some cloud providers are not open, restrict choice and lock you in to both their platform and their cloud.

In this talk, I want to show how you can do serverless development with your choice of language, and deployment location.

Presentation Summary

What is “serverless”
The case for open source serverless
The Fn project (see http://fnproject.io)
Fn functions
building
deployment
invocation
FDKs (Function Development Kits)
Linking functions together to create serverless applications
Building an example serverless application with Fn

Thu 29 Aug 2019 (1)

SearchNorwich 8: Essential Technical SEO & Fail Free Content

SearchNorwich

When: 29/08/2019 18:15 - 21:00
Where: First Floor Event Space, Norwich

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A free event dedicated to search marketing!
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More details at: https://searchnorwich.org

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What's this one all about?
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SearchNorwich is a free meetup for anyone interested in search marketing, whether you’re brand new to search marketing or a seasoned agency/in-house practitioner, you’ll find something at one of our accessible, expert “share not sell” talks and inclusive networking

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The focus of our events is to:
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1) Learn more about search marketing and all it entails
2) Meet new people and fostering cooperation
3) Share practical and actionable advice so we can stay one step ahead

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Event Schedule:
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Time: 18:15-18:45
Meet new people
Grab a name badge and a drink, wear a smile and you’ll meet some lovely people who want to talk to you about search (and probably other stuff, too!).

18:45-19:00
Charity spotlight: TBA

19:00-19:30
Speaker: Chris Green: Essential technical SEO learnings from launching/migrating over 120 websites. This will discuss the steps involved in a website migration and how you can avoid issues to ensure success.

19:30-20:00
Speaker: Lexi Mills: Fail Free Content Marketing that builds links and influence. You can learn how to further improve the results of your PR SEO campaigns using some excellent strategies.

20:00-21:00
Networking and chats
Refill your glasses, share your thoughts on what you’ve just learned and meet some new people! Drinks and snacks are kindly provided by our September 2019 sponsors, Integro, R13 Recruitment and MP Photography and Videography.

Sat 31 Aug 2019 (1)

Full Day Workshop: Introduction to Unity3D by Richard Bang of FreekStorm

Digital East Anglia

When: 31/08/2019 09:45 - 11:45
Where:
Price: 20.0 GBP

Introduction to Unity3D

This is part one of a two part series which follows up with Implementing VR in Unity3D.

Unity5 is a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies and used to develop video games for PC, consoles, mobile devices and websites.

Unity3D is more than a games engine, it is an entire physics engine that can be used to design anything in 2D or 3D. Physics engines, although widely used by the games industry is also utilized by architects, 3D digital designers and for driving simulations. It can also be used to create fully supported, including OSVR, Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality applications for commercial business value including development linking in with IoT devices. We chose Unity3D over other engines becuase it better supports HoloLens Development compared with other physics engines.

As more and more businesses seek to exploit the opportunities that Mobile & Desktop Virtual Reality experiences offer for them commercially - we truly believe this is a skill set of the near future and that, being able to combine an understanding for programming business logic with VR & AR, will be in large demand. Local businesses rapidly growing such as ImmersiveVR, and established ones offering these as commercial services like FoolProof prove the possibilities.

This workshop will be held at the St George's Works in one of their new spacious rooms - with a roof terrace! Tea, Coffee, Water & Juice will be available for free as part of the cost of your ticket.

If you are a student or are unemployed and would like to attend this workshop, please contact [masked] as we offer a discount to students and unemployed persons.

Prerequisites

- Some experience of C# is required as this will not be taught

- A laptop with Unity3D preinstalled on it as we will not spend time getting it setup with you although if you do get stuck, please email [masked] and we will of course help you, but not the night before!

Agenda

• Introduction

• What is Unity3d

• Main components that make a 3D game in Unity3D

• Unity User Interface

• Adding components of a game

• Creating Scripts

• Controlling objects from script

• Good Coding Practice in Unity3D

• Cameras

• Rendering subsystem

• Audio subsystem

• Physics subsystem

• Input subsystem

• Putting it all together to make a Game

• Being aware of target platform requirements

• Final Q & A

• End

Richard Bang
(@FreekStorm (https://twitter.com/FreekstormUK))

We have already been lucky enough to have had a fantastic talk from Richard when he spoke for NorDev - you can watch this below.

https://youtu.be/fbTA7MmRMws

Richard has been a self-confessed computer geek for over 30 years and has been obsessed with gaming for as long as he can remember. He designed and sold his first computer game “The Key of Asmar” at the tender age of 14 and after mostly gaming his way through a Physics degree, he was seduced by the Dark Side and entered the heady world of business software, whereupon he built his own successful software company and designed one of the world’s leading email software suites.

Despite this exciting career in internet communication software, he always wanted to create computer games again. So in 2008 he decided to do just that, and thus Freekstorm was born.

When he is not polishing his alter-ego, the dastardly Doctor Kvorak, our resident genius likes to play games and make short indie films, largely because he’s a big kid at heart.

Mon 02 Sep 2019 (2)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 02/09/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Norfolk Developers Business Dinner 02/09/2019 - Robert Black



When: 02/09/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: The Last Wine Bar, 4A Guildhall Hill 70-76 St George's Street, Norwich, NR3 1AB

  • Round table 1 minute introduction from each attendee where they say who they are, who they work for, what they do and what they’re looking for (referrals, etc.).

  • Member spotlight - at each meeting one member gives a 10 to 15-minute presentation to give the other members a more in-depth insight into what they do. 

  • Dinner and informal networking

  • Round table of referrals which have happened within the group since the last meeting.


This month's spotlight is from Robert Black, from Mind, who will be giving us a mindfulness taster. 


Tue 03 Sep 2019 (2)

Breakfast with Matt Leach of Geotekk

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 03/09/2019 07:30 - 08:30
Where: The Maids Head Hotel, Tombland, Norwich, Norwich
Price: 13.95 GBP

Matt will talk about Geotekk’s product design and fund raising journey and how the company has developed through a belief that anything which serves to reduce stress and worry in everyday lives enables a happier life empowering us to “Live More”.

Matt Leach (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-matthew-leach-186427145/)

Matt is co-founder of Geotekk (https://www.geotekk.com/), a company specialising in smart alarms for bikes. Founded in 2015 in response to ever-rising levels of bike theft, Matt and his co-founder James strive to provide customers with freedom and peace of mind by creating an affordable, versatile and best-in-class smart alarm. This alarm would combine and improve the most effective features of other security products into one multi-functional package.

Workshop: POWER UP your retro's!

East of England Agile User Group

When: 03/09/2019 18:30 - 20:30
Where: IJYI, Ipswich

Have you lost your passion for continuous improvement? Are your retro's dull, uninspiring or you just don't have them at all any more?

Introducing Chris Tromans, agile coach at CCDC in Cambridge, who will be discussing topics such as coaching quadrants, conflict resolution & structuring your retro's for maximum effectiveness.

Venue sponsor: IJYI www.ijyi.com
Parking: Portman Road

Wed 04 Sep 2019 (1)

Mobile Machine Learning Extravaganza & Balance of Continuous Testing in DevOps

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 04/09/2019 18:30 - 21:00
Where: St. George's Works, Norwich

Mobile Machine Learning Extravaganza

Machine Learning is an exciting field of AI that helps to make intelligent decisions based on a set of data. Recent innovations have pushed Machine Learning into the realm of mobile devices, with benefits for all.

Dive straight into a show and tell to see how the tools today make creating machine learning models easily accessible to developers without the need to know complex maths. Also, learn why deploying machine learning models on a ​device is a big privacy win for both your users and business.

Darryl Bayliss
https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrylbayliss/

Darryl is a software engineer from Liverpool. Heʼs works at Axon Vibe as the Chapter Lead for Mobile Engineering, working on the iOS and Android SDKs to help developers and companies leverage the power of our Smart Mobility platform.

He is also Co-Author of Android Apprentice over at raywenderlich.com, a book for experienced developers who have never done a day of Android dev in their life. Darryl also previously worked as a teacher and university lecturer.

Balance of Continuous Testing in DevOps

Software Development in this modern era has evolved a lot. They focus more from the faster delivery of the product perspective and hence the teams started following the culture of DevOps which emphasis the adherence of the Continuous Delivery process.

One of the key entity in DevOps is Continuous Testing, where automated tests decide roll-out of the product. In this talk, we will discuss the concepts of continuous testing, how it can help in end-to-end automated testing within the delivery lifecycle, the adoption of the shift-left testing approach for detecting the bugs earlier in the development process.

Giridhar Rajkumar
https://www.linkedin.com/in/giridhar-rajkumar-49121265/

With his 10+ years of experience in test automation, Giridhar has worked with multiple customers in the UK, EU, India and Latin America for a successful transformation on the way they work with regards to Continuous Testing and adopting the right set of toolsets for successful test automation model.

Giridhar is passionate about exploring new technologies and is an expert in Agile and DevOps. He is a successful trainer and trained over 1500+ professionals in Test Automation and BDD to get well-versed with the concepts and help them in implementing in real-time. Besides his Testing Profession, he spends his time in Web and Android development. He is a Global Speaker, an Industry leader on Test Automation and an Instructor in Test Automation University.

Mon 09 Sep 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 09/09/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Tue 10 Sep 2019 (1)

Bid Ready Workshop

Ipswich Waterfront Innovation Network

When: 10/09/2019 09:30 - 11:30
Where: Ipswich Waterfront Innovation Centre (IWIC), Ipswich

The University of Suffolk's Business Engagement and Entrepreneurship team would like to invite you to our first Bid Ready Workshop to help shape our future Business Engagement and Development bids. There is still European funding available and it would be great to have your input on a potential bid and for future funding opportunities.

We are delighted to have Suffolk County Council facilitating the workshop with us.

This is a great opportunity for you to let us know what type of funding would help your business, whether it's for staff, consultancy, grant funding, specialist expertise, we want to hear from you!

We will be updating shortly with the agenda for the workshop.

Thu 12 Sep 2019 (2)

Hot Source Social

Hot Source Norwich

When: 12/09/2019 17:45 - 19:45
Where:

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The First Norwich Agile MeetUp

Norwich Agile

When: 12/09/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: The Surrey, Norwich

This is the first Norwich Agile meet up event. This is about bringing together people who want to share and learn more about Agile so that we can help improve our knowledge and empower one another to achieve more. We will also be looking at why the group has been set up and the vision.

Working collaboratively we will build a backlog of subjects/items that we would like to explore as part of this group so that we can all get the most out of this experience.

Mon 16 Sep 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 16/09/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Wed 18 Sep 2019 (1)

Therapy session #2

UX Therapy

When: 18/09/2019 18:00 - 20:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Details to be confirmed, but at this point we'll rinse and repeat the format of the successful first event :D

Again, haven't actually booked upstairs at St. Andrews, so it's more of a 'turn up and find a space'.

Thu 19 Sep 2019 (1)

Installation - cyber kill chain stage 5

LNHS Ladies Of Norwich Hacking Society

When: 19/09/2019 18:00 - 20:30
Where: The Enterprise Centre, UEA, Norwich

Details of this event will be updated by next week! We will not be skipping September, we are just waiting for some official copy and images about our fab guest speaker and sponsors. Save the date! Also, look out for the new venue this month, the fab Enterprise Centre at the UEA and the slightly extended timings as I believe the parking is cheaper after 6.00pm so that should cater for late arrivals. Watch this space!

Fri 20 Sep 2019 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 20/09/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 23 Sep 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 23/09/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Tue 24 Sep 2019 (2)

21: Writing tips & The new reality of branded search

The Marketing Meetup: Norwich

When: 24/09/2019 18:30 - 20:30
Where: OPEN , Norwich

The Norwich Marketing Meetup is an informal, friendly place for the marketers of Norwich to meet, learn, and share knowledge with one another. Come in 'listen' not 'sell' mode.
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Speakers:

Lucy Mowatt, Method Marketing, Writing tips

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Jon Falgate, Further, Head of Organic: The new reality of branded search

Should we be considering our branded SERPs as our new homepage? Is less traffic really a bad thing?

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Format of the Night:

18.30 - Doors Open - Light Snacks, Drinks, Networking, and smiles

19.00/19.05 - Introduction and Talks Begin

20:10 - Talks finish and networking begins with the world's nicest marketing group

20:40 - End of the night - you leave with new contacts and fresh ideas

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Sponsors:

Brand Recruitment - The best marketing recruitment company I know and wonderful supporters of the meetup. (Thank you Steve, Sarah, Dominic and many more of you!)

Further - A Norwich based digital marketing consultancy, run by incredible people (Thank you Steve!).

Redgate - A well known company in Cambridge with an incredible culture now hiring marketers (Thank you Kate!).

Cambridge Marketing College - The best place to get your marketing qualifications and more (Thank you Kiran and Charlotte!).

Bravo Marketing - A creative agency focused on engagement, not just content for the sake on it (Thank you Barry!)

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Please let your marketing friends and colleagues know about this group too, I hope to build it into a great resource for the community over the coming months and years. Attendance will be taken at this event. If you RSVP 'Yes' and then do not come, you will receive a strike. Three strikes and you're outta here! This is simply a measure to allow appropriate respect to the organisers, speakers, sponsors, and your fellow community members :).

See you there!

Tim Graves presents "Thoughts on IoT"

Suffolk Developers

When: 24/09/2019 19:00 - 20:30
Where: UOS, Ipswich

Some thoughts and observations on what IoT projects should consider before they spend anything. Also known as "If you get these wrong your fancy new project is going to end up with the brown fertilizer hitting the rotary air conditioning devices."

Things that will be covered:

- Why do an IoT Project?
- What is IoT?
- Integrated decision making
- Physical and data center differences
- Communicates and languages
- Thoughts on Devices
- Consistent data views
- Real time decisions
- Analyse now or later
- Existing Applications

Thu 26 Sep 2019 (1)

Innovative Surveying

SyncIpswich - Ipswich's Tech + Startup Community

When: 26/09/2019 18:30 - 20:30
Where: IJYI, Ipswich

September will kick off with our first Applied Technology talk from Ben Thompson ad Gary Nel from new startup, commercial aerial inspection business DSG (Drone Survey Group).

Gary will be sharing over 21 years of surveying experience, driven by innovation and applying the best solution for each challenge.

Past techniques and methods he will share will include:
- 2015 Successful survey of the entire Norfolk Broads, 230km embankments and 135km bathymetric survey using innovative techniques like UAV’s and sonar. To date this still proves to be the biggest single survey done by UAV in the UK
- 2016 Gary completed the first Hinkley Point C Power Station UAV survey for EDF (Under special CAA permission).
- 2018 Gary secured a full LiDAR survey of the Entire Thames defence – First Leica Pegasus Two in Europe – First P2U and Backpack in UK

Gary is now partnering with HALO in supplying the first optional manned aircraft fitted with LiDAR and High Res RGB camera for mapping large areas fast and at low cost

About Gary: With over 21 years’ experience in the civil engineering industry, working with some of the biggest construction companies in the UK, Gary has a reputation of innovator and problem solver. In 2011 Gary started using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to assist in surveying and ultimately to enhance services to his clients. He was the first person in the UK to purchase a SenseFly EBEE (a sophisticated fixed wing UAV) to assist and develop aerial surveying using photogrammetry.

As an Associate Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Gary has participated in a portfolio of prestigious survey & engineering projects including:
- Abberton Reservoir upsize scheme
- The construction of Lowestoft Waste Water Treatment Centre
- The Colchester Garrison upgrade projects
- The Broadland Flood Alleviation Project
- HPC (Hinkley Nuclear Power Station C)
- Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 programme (TEAM2100)

Ben Thompson - MD and chief night licensed commercial pilot - Leads the development of DSG which has grown over the past 3 years to be a highly professional and dependable business both in the UK and internationally with an unblemished commercial safely record. Ben will be guiding us through a recent project with drone utilisation with the how? Why? When? they can be used to provide an extremely efficient precise tool completing data collection for quick interpretation and crucial decision making.

Current & Past Projects
- Volumetric quantification for British Sugar (Wissington)
- Consultancy Role in conjunction with Norfolk Police
- Independent Historical Preservation projects
- Carbon Sequestration analysis for DOE Antigua
- Workflow consultancy for Antigua and Barbuda DOE drone fleet
- Technical and workflow consultancy for C.E.F.A.S
- UK wide inspection projects

How future collaboration with GN Surveys in 2019 will further benefit local authorities and businesses and the way in which surveying techniques can be utilised for increased ROI.

We are so happy to have the support of IJYI, one of our region’s most successful development agencies. They will be providing a venue and sponsoring drinks so a huge thank you to them for their continued support.

Fri 27 Sep 2019 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 27/09/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 27/09/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 30 Sep 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 30/09/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Wed 02 Oct 2019 (1)

TBC with James Skilton and Bro, do you even code? with Jim Seconde

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 02/10/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St. George's Works, Norwich

Bro, do you even code? The Politics of Tool-Shaming - Jim Seconde

We've all heard it: "What?! You're using X framework/language/tool? You must suck at programming!"

We work in jobs rife with debate and discussion, where it's essential to give and take advice; some good, some bad. In this talk I'll delve into what's harmful about shaming, what's constructive and how we need to think about what we want for our future as an industry.

Mon 07 Oct 2019 (2)

nor(DEV) presents the nor(DEV):biz Big Dinner



When: 07/10/2019 18:00 - 20:00
Where: Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norwich, NR1

Norfolk Developers is pleased to present:

The nor(DEV):biz Big Dinner

This event DOES NOT contain Tech!
(It will contain lots of fun though!)

Join the best Norfolk and Norwich tech companies for dinner and hear all about ____ while enjoying good food and great company. 

Guest Speakers TBC


About nor(DEV):biz

The aims of nor(DEV):biz (Norfolk Developers Business) are:

  • to be the go-to group for local businesses requiring a technology solution.

  • to facilitate and increase referrals and collaboration among Norfolk’s tech businesses.

  • to help close the digital skills gap.

  • to facilitate better collaboration between technology businesses and academic institutions.

  • to have a great meal with great company

Members, please note: you will still be invoiced your October payment - an additional £11 is required to cover your place at the nor(DEV):biz Big Dinner!


Tickets prices do include a donation to the nor(DEV): chosen charity of the year, for 2019/2020.

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 07/10/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Thu 10 Oct 2019 (1)

Hot Source Talks

Hot Source Norwich

When: 10/10/2019 17:45 - 19:45
Where:

This is a placeholder. Details TBC.

Mon 14 Oct 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 14/10/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Thu 17 Oct 2019 (1)

Command and Control - The Cyber Kill Chain continues

LNHS Ladies Of Norwich Hacking Society

When: 17/10/2019 18:00 - 20:00
Where: UEA, Norwich

Command and control - The Cyber Kill Chain continues.

We extend our thanks this month to our event hosts, the UEA - School of Computing Sciences and we welcome Dr Oli Buckley, lecturer in cyber security as our first guest speaker!

We will also be joined by Debbie Taylor, leader of UEA's own Big Sister, Little Sister, a network which was set up in response to the under-representation of women across the sector. The programme connects new female students to more experienced female students for support and mentoring.

If you are a new comer to cyber security, an expert, or just have an interest in infosec come and learn for FREE! Get access to fantastic interactive labs built by Immersive Labs, that use gamification to make technical learning exciting, practice your cyber skills and bring a laptop to get stuck in. Options to buddy up if you do not have one.

Learn technical skills in a supportive, non-judgmental environment, connect with other women in tech, join a community and have some food and drinks!

We'll be moving on to continue the evening for those that would like to join us for a social beverage afterwards. We look forward to seeing you there!

6.00pm - Start and networking
6.15pm - Guest speaker Dr Oli Buckley - Cyber security lecturer
6.45pm - Guest speaker Debbie Taylor - Big Sister, Little Sister
7.00pm - Command and Control Lab, pizza and drinks
8.00pm - Finish / move on

Fri 18 Oct 2019 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 18/10/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 21 Oct 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 21/10/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Fri 25 Oct 2019 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 25/10/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 25/10/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 28 Oct 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 28/10/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Tue 29 Oct 2019 (1)

A-Frame: Build VR (AR) Environments for the Browser!

Suffolk Developers

When: 29/10/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: UOS, Ipswich

A talk on the AFrame Virtual / Mixed Reality framework - all of which works directly in the browser. This will involve some hands on coding demonstrations to show how to create an AFrame experience with very few lines of code.

Mon 04 Nov 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 04/11/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Thu 07 Nov 2019 (1)

An introduction to cross platform mobile development with Flutter

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 07/11/2019 09:00 - 17:00
Where: The King's Centre, Norwich
Price: 25.0 GBP

An introduction to cross-platform mobile development with Flutter, with Tom Alabaster.

Flutter Workshop

Section 1 (9:30 - 10:00):
- What is Flutter?
- Why is Flutter different?
- How does Flutter work?
- Material design vs Cupertino
- Design for the brand vs design for the platform

Section 2 (10:05 - 12:30):
- Dart language
- Hands on: Creating a new Flutter project
- Hands on: Exploring available widgets
- Stateless vs Stateful widgets
- Hands on: Constructing our own widgets
- Hands on: Scrollables
- Columns and Rows
- Hands on: Columns and Rows
- Hands on: ListViews
- Navigation
- Hands on: Navigation

Section 3 (13:30 - 15:00):
- Debugging tools
- Visual debugging
- Advanced navigation
- Hands on: Advanced navigation
- Tabs and "fragments"
- Hands on: Tabs and "fragments"
- Hands on: Making HTTP requests
- Hands on: Futures

Section 4 (15:05 - 17:00)
- Building for multiple form factors
- Running native code
- Unit, Widget and Integration testing

Tom Alabaster
https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-a/

Tom is a mobile developer at earthware (earthware.co.uk) and has been doing mobile development for more than 4 years. He's used native development tools and various cross-platform technologies in the past but has always been hunting for the "holy grail" of mobile app development.

(Please note, this event will be held in Conference​ Room 2, at The King's Centre)

Mon 11 Nov 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 11/11/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Thu 14 Nov 2019 (1)

Hot Source Social

Hot Source Norwich

When: 14/11/2019 17:45 - 19:45
Where:

This is a placeholder. Details TBC.

Fri 15 Nov 2019 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 15/11/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 18 Nov 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 18/11/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Fri 22 Nov 2019 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 22/11/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 22/11/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 25 Nov 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 25/11/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Tue 26 Nov 2019 (1)

Wojciech Cichon presents a discussion on OWASP Top 10

Suffolk Developers

When: 26/11/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: UOS, Ipswich

Wojciech will give a talk on the OWASP Top 10 - it is the list of 10 most common security risks in web applications... the subject has been discussed many times, but still the same risks persist...

Mon 02 Dec 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 02/12/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Tue 03 Dec 2019 (1)

Breakfast with TBC

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 03/12/2019 07:30 - 08:30
Where: The Maids Head Hotel, Tombland, Norwich, Norwich
Price: 13.95 GBP

TBC

Mon 09 Dec 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 09/12/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Thu 12 Dec 2019 (1)

Hot Source Talks

Hot Source Norwich

When: 12/12/2019 17:45 - 19:45
Where:

This is a placeholder. Details TBC.

Mon 16 Dec 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 16/12/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Fri 20 Dec 2019 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 20/12/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 23 Dec 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 23/12/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Fri 27 Dec 2019 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 27/12/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 27/12/2019 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Mon 30 Dec 2019 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 30/12/2019 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Mon 06 Jan 2020 (1)

Member and open session

Norwich Hackspace/Makerspace Meetup

When: 06/01/2020 19:00 - 19:00
Where: Lion House , Norwich

Norwich Hackspace full members have anytime-access to the Hackspace once they have been inducted but once a week, we all try and get-together so that we see each other face-to-face - Mondays 7-9pm. That is also the time for new people to come and meet the members and see how the Hackspace works.

If you can't come on Mondays, please get in touch via email [masked] or call[masked] and we will arrange an introduction and a tour of the space.

On Mondays, members bring their own projects to work on and can share knowledge and information, help another member or just get on with their own project. The rest of the time they pop in and out although sometimes members agree to meet and work together on a project at other times. Members also communicate with each other through a closed group.

We welcome visitors on Monday evenings (other times by arrangement). For visitors, the first session is free.

If you have been before please bring a fiver or more donation or sign up as a regular member at <a>www.norwichhackspace.org.</a>

See you Monday!

ps for more info email [masked]

Fri 17 Jan 2020 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 17/01/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 24 Jan 2020 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 24/01/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 24/01/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 21 Feb 2020 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 21/02/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Wed 26 Feb 2020 (1)

nor(DEV):con 2020



When: 26/02/2020 08:00 - 28/02/2020 22:00
Where: The King's Centre, 63-75 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1PH

nor(DEV):con is here! The region’s biggest tech conference returns in February 2020, and bigger & better!

This year, nor(DEV):con is on Thursday 27th & Friday 28th February, with workshops on Wednesday 26th February. 


Fri 28 Feb 2020 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 28/02/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 28/02/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Tue 03 Mar 2020 (1)

Breakfast with TBC

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 03/03/2020 07:30 - 08:30
Where: The Maids Head Hotel, Tombland, Norwich, Norwich
Price: 13.95 GBP

TBC

Fri 20 Mar 2020 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 20/03/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 27 Mar 2020 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 27/03/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 27/03/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 17 Apr 2020 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 17/04/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 24 Apr 2020 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 24/04/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 24/04/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 15 May 2020 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 15/05/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 22 May 2020 (2)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 22/05/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St Andrews Brew House, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 22/05/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Tue 02 Jun 2020 (1)

Breakfast with TBC

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 02/06/2020 07:30 - 08:30
Where: The Maids Head Hotel, Tombland, Norwich, Norwich
Price: 13.95 GBP

TBC

Fri 26 Jun 2020 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 26/06/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.

Fri 24 Jul 2020 (1)

Norwich Python User Group - Social

Norfolk Developers - Nor(DEV)

When: 24/07/2020 19:00 - 21:00
Where: St George's Works, Norwich

Rather than struggle on Youtube and Stack overflow, why not join us.

This will be a great opportunity to talk about Python face to face, get ideas, share tips/frustrations, and generally have a good time.

So anyone interested in Python is welcome, from hobbyist to seasoned professional.