Tag: Bucharest

The Sensor Swarm and Understanding The Virtual Memory

Join us to learn how to create your own temperature monitoring sensors 🌡️ and to talk about Virtual Memory – the basics and advanced topics. RSVP here to save your front row spot on February 17, starting at 18:30!

 

About the event

We’ll take you through the challenges you’ll face when trying to deploy a large scale number of IoT sensors throughout a company’s working environment. From building, programming, and securing the devices, there are a lot of interesting details to work out for a successful long-term solution.

There are a few systems out there that do not use the benefits of the Virtual Memory, like some embedded systems which do not need isolation between applications, but for those that do use the Virtual Memory, the performance of the applications might be impacted by the overhead introduced by it. The second talk will tackle the basic concepts and a few advanced topics of the Virtual Memory.

 

About the speakers

Radu Andritoiu is a Software Engineer that’s been with Ixia for almost three years now. Radu’s work on multi-layered software applications for Ixia Network Packet Brokers has been remarkable. He’s got tech skills that span across Java, C and C++, and he’s also implemented a few Linux kernel modules.

Alexandru Ghita is a Senior Software Engineer that has been with Ixia for almost 10 years now. He started with .NET C# and WPF on desktop applications, both UI and middleware. Afterwards he moved to web applications on Linux, using Java (Jetty, Guice, etc.) and Sencha ExtJS. Alex is also familiar with databases, having worked for some projects with PostgreSQL and ElasticSearch. When he has a few hours to spare, he’s very much into gaming, electronics and DIY.

Cosmin Chenaru is a senior programmer and has been with Ixia for eight years, but not as contiguous as the Virtual Memory is. After two years of writing software for embedded systems, he realized that Networking and Virtualization is his true love. His passions include anything electronic with at least one transistor in it, playing video games and watching old movies with his kids (movies like The Terminator, Men In Black).

Event agenda

  • 18:30 – 19:00 Registration
  • 19:00 – 19:45 Swarm of temperature monitoring sensors – Alexandru Ghita and Radu Andritoiu
  • 19:45 – 20:30 Understanding the Virtual Memory – Cosmin Chenaru
  • 20:30 – 21:30 Networking

 

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance to The Sensor Swarm and Understanding The Virtual Memory. 

Bucharest, community, ixia connect, networking, Sensor Swarm, tech events, TechHub, techhub bucharest, Virtual Memory

Optimisation tools and #live experiences with Elena Ghioc & Ervin Bolat

Growth Marketing Society brings two special guests at the start of the year, who will be presenting methods to experiment using Optimizely, so as to reach audiences in a personalised manner. After this presentation, you will have a lot of useful information to start experimenting with A/B testing & more, for your own business! RSVP here to save your front row spot on January 30, starting at 18:30!

 

About the event

Elena and Ervin recently founded Design Growth, an initiative to support businesses grow using specific digital techniques.

Elena Ghioc has been working in marketing since 2008, having a vast experience as a digital marketer in agencies, startups, multinational companies and NGOs, and with SEO, Social Media, Branding, Copywriting, Campaigns, Events etc.

Ervin Bolat has over 10 years of experience in Marketing and Design: Branding, Advertising, Web, UI/UX.

 

Event agenda

  • 18:30-18:45 Welcome & Registration
  • 18:45-19:05 One-minute presentations
  • 19:05-19:30 Growth Hacking Challenges with Andrei Tudose, our host of the night
  • 19:30-20:30 Experimenting with personalised UX/UI for various audiences. The reality of practice with Elena & Ervin
  • 20:30-21:15 Networking

 

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance to Optimisation tools and #live experiences with Elena Ghioc & Ervin Bolat.

Bucharest, community, growth, Growth Marketing Society, marketing, networking, open event, TechHub, techhub bucharest

Flutter Interact Workshop

Get hands-on with industry peers. Workshop, experiment and share experiences building beautiful apps with Flutter. RSVP here to save your front row spot on December 16, starting at 18:30!

 

About the event

Google’s latest innovation for mobile, web, and desktop apps. Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase.

You are going to be immersed in the world of Flutter with a short presentation about it. And because we know you love to get your hands dirty by coding, you will walk through 2 codelabs with our trainer. He is going to show you how fast you can build apps that give you full native performance on both iOS and Android.

The event is organized by Developer Student Club Politehnica University of Bucharest, a program presented by Google Developers. DSCs bridge the gap between Theory and Practical Application for student developers.

 

What’s in it for you?

  • You are the first people to experience and join your local Developer Student Club chapter’s events
  • hands-on experience with 2 codelabs about Flutter
  • opportunity to connect with peers that share the same values and passions with you

 

About the speakers

Alexandru Pascu is a 2nd-year student in Computer Science and Engineering at Politehnica University of Bucharest, passionate about entrepreneurship and technologies. He is the Lead of your local DSC chapter.

David Ivan is enrolled in a master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence University of Bucharest. He is a Mobile App Developer with a passion for well-architected applications, which have recently discovered his passion for Computer Vision.

 

Event agenda

  • 6:30 – 6:45 Welcoming and Networking
  • 6:45 – 7:00 Introduction to Developer Student Clubs
  • 7:00 – 7:15 Talk about Flutter
  • 7:15 – 9:15 Codelabs (x2)
  • 9:15 – 9:30 Wrap-up and Networking

 

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance to Flutter Interact Workshop

Bucharest, community, Developer Student Club, Flutter, google, tech events, TechHub, techhub bucharest, workshop

3 years of Security Espresso

A special day requires a special event! It’s again that beautiful time of the year when we wish ‘Happy Anniversary!’ to our special friends from Security Espresso, and it’s time to gather around the nmap xmas scan and tell stories about successful pentests and battle-tested bulletproof code that we’ve written! RSVP here and save your front row on Thursday, December 12, starting 19:00!

About the event

As this is an anniversary edition, they’re bringing special topics to the table!

  • 19:00 → 19:45 Alexandru Caciulescu: ‘%00\0″$IFS><!
  • 19:45 → 20:00 Break
  • 20:00 → 20:45 Vlad Creteanu: Coffee 101
  • 20:45 → ∞ Networking!

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance at 3 years of Security Espresso! 

Bucharest, community, meet-up, meetup, networking, open event, Public Event, security, security espresso, tech events, techhub bucharest

2019: A fintech year in review!

It’s that time of the year when we look back at our personal and professional accomplishments, and the nice guys from FintechCamp decided to do the same for the fintech & financial services industry. RSVP here to save your front row spot on Wednesday, December 11, starting at 18:30!

 

About the event

Join Fintech Camp to review the year alongside some of the most active players in the local fintech community:
– Augustin Dobre (COO of Twispay);
– Adrian Cighi (CEO and co-founder of Pago);
– Mihai Paraschiv (CMO of Symphopay)
The speakers will suggest several events they think were most important in the fintech space over the past year, and tackle them with the speakers & audience.

Event agenda

  • 6.30 PM: Registration
  • 7.00 PM: Welcome note by Fintech Camp
  • 7.10 PM: The fintech year in review
  • 8.30 PM: Wrap-up & Networking

 

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance to 2019: A fintech year in review!

Bucharest, community, fintech, fintech camp, meet-up, meetup, networking, open event, Public Event, tech events, TechHub, techhub bucharest

JSQuiz – You Don’t Know JS (Christmas Special)

For this year’s Christmas Special the JSLeague crew have decided to have some fun at a JSQuiz – You Don’t Know JS 🔥. RSVP here to save your spot on December 9, starting at 18:30!

 

About the event

Christmas is near but the JSLeague is going strong 💪. What’s more awesome than drinking some hot cocoa, singing carols and some JS sprinkles?

Be prepared to test your knowledge in 6 different rounds, each with 7 essential questions of a front-end programmer’s life.

Make sure to bring your friends and form a team of a minimum of 2. Don’t forget your JS knowledge!

The winning team will have an awesome prize!

Let the JS games begin!

 

Event agenda

  • 18:30 – 19:00 Registration
  • 19:00 – 21:30 JSQuiz
  • 21:30 – 23:00 Networking, eating and singing carols

 

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance to JSQuiz – You Don’t Know JS (Christmas Special). 

Bucharest, community, JavaScript, jsleague, JSQuiz, prize, tech events, TechHub, techhub bucharest

Crypto-trading

Join this Blockchain Romania meetup, to see what’s the role of trading in the crypto ecosystem. RSVP here to save your front row spot on December 4, starting at 18:30!

About the event

Trading is a perennial hot topic in crypto. Even since the first Bitcoin trade (10000 BTC for 2 pizza) people have been trying to figure out the market mechanisms that are behind any particular coin price. For this edition of our meetup, we’ll try to figure out
– what are the particularities or similarities between crypto markets and other “traditional” currencies and/or commodities?
– are there instruments (such as Technical Analysis) that can give insights into why prices are behaving in a particular way?
– is there anything that affects price except supply and demand?
– are the current price setting environments (i.e. exchanges) transparent enough in order to make the available tools efficient or are there nefarious activities that affect the said prices?

About the speakers

Armi Goldman – trader, behavioral and intelligence business consultant

Sergiu Draganus – founder of several cryptos (and non-crypto related businesses): CryptoCoin.PRO, GeoRanker, Swiss Crypto Exchange ( SRO/VQF regulated Swiss-based cryptocurrency exchange) and co-organizer of Romania Blockchain Summit

 

Event agenda

  • 18:30 – 19:00 Registration
  • 19:00 – 20:00 Panel discussions
  • 20:00 – 21:00 Networking

 

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance to Crypto-trading

Blockchain, Bucharest, community, fintech, meet-up, meetup, networking, open event, panel, Public Event, tech events, techhub bucharest

November BucharestJS Meetup

BucharestJS is back with a discussion about the latest trends in building Web Apps that scale, and some functional Javascript idioms. RSVP here to save your front row spot on November 27, starting at 18:30!

About the speakers

Daniel Popescu – Computer Scientist, full-stack developer @Adobe for almost 9 years now. He has started working as an ActionScript developer and over the past 9 years, he went through a lot of technologies and frameworks both on the frontend (web and mobile) and backend. Currently, in his day-to-day job, he works with JavaScript, TypeScript, Angular, React, Redux, GraphQL, NodeJS, Java, Objective-C, and Swift. He likes being involved in the full product flow starting with writing the code, testing it, moving the product through the CI/CD pipeline, deployment, and monitoring. Huge fan of unit tests, end to end tests and automation in general.

James Miles – Engineering Lead @Virtual Gaming Worlds from Australia (yep, where the kangaroos live!). He enjoys being a computer programmer because he gets to work in a team, using both logic and creative brains simultaneously to solve problems and build things. For 15 years he worked on enterprise systems in C# and now he works in a team that builds casino games in JavaScript, Node & Java.

Matt James – Chief Technology officer @Virtual Gaming Worlds from Australia. His passion from an early age has been working with people and software. So his current CTO role combines both passions every day! One of his areas of interest is how Functional Programming has influenced and shaped modern imperative programming such as in the front-end community recently.

Event agenda

  • 18:30 – 19:00 Meet & Greet
  • 19:00 Latest trends in building Web Apps that scale by Daniel Popescu, full-stack developer @Adobe
  • 19:45 Coding In Interviews by James Miles – Engineering Lead @Virtual Gaming Worlds
    Abstract: have you ever had to write code in an interview? Did you crack under the pressure? Is it even a good idea to make people code in such a high-pressure environment? In this session, I’ll aim to address these questions and provide a basic methodology to help guarantee success in your next coding interview!
  • 20:15 Functional Javascript Idioms by Matt James – CTO @Virtual Gaming Worlds
    Abstract: Javascript began as a functional language called Mocha, but was released in Beta under the name LiveScript in Netscape in 1995. Java and Object-Oriented Programming were the big things at the time so they knew it needed to have the word “Java” in it, despite not having been based at all off the Java language. Coming from its functional roots, functions are first-class citizens in Javascript, and other features like “map” and anonymous functions have given rise to a growing community of Javascript developers who are adopting functional idioms in their code. Redux and React really drove this home by having functional concepts at the core of these frameworks. This talk will be on how you can apply functional concepts to your code and design – and get some real benefits out of doing so!
  • 20:45 – 21:15 Networking over 🍕& 🍺

Registration

RSVP here to confirm your attendance to November BucharestJS Meetup

Bucharest, bucharestjs, community, JavaScript, meet-up, meetup, open event, Public Event, tech events, techhub bucharest

React Hooks & Context Workshop

JSLeague Community Workshop is back with a workshop for JS enthusiasts! Are you ready?

This event is a non-profit workshop done for the community. The fee is to cover location, breakfast, lunch, snacks, and coffee for the participants. All remaining profits will be used to sustain future community workshops.

Curricula

1. Functional components and state overview
2. useState
​3. Optimisations (useCallback, useMemo, etc)
4. Custom Hooks
5. Context API (new vs old)
6. Putting it all together

Requirements

  • Basic ReactJS knowledge
  • Laptop & IDE installed

Bucharest, community, JavaScript, JS, jsleague, techhub bucharest, workshop

Office Hours with Professionals

Need some help to understand more about the marketing experimentation mindset and how to set up a proper marketing funnel depending on the type of the product you are developing? Then apply now for a 1-to-1 mentoring session with Gabriela Bejan, Founder & CEO of Digital Tailors Agency.

About the guest

Gabriela Bejan, CMO with 6+ years of experience in the tech industry, worked with tech accelerators and developed marcom strategies for tech products from various industries. Currently, she’s running Digital Tailors, a product marketing agency helping tech startups and companies grow.

Her work with startups includes things such as: 

  • Product marketing for startups
  • How to scale your business through growth marketing services
  • Talk about the first A/B tests you should run to find out what marketing channels work for you
  • Understand more about the marketing experimentation mindset and how to set up a proper marketing funnel depending on the type of the product you are developing

 

The Schedule

Our guest will be around on Wednesday, November 20, between 11:00 and 15:00. 

There are 5 slots available (40 minutes each) that you can apply to. After the registration, a selection will be made based on the best compatibility with the mentor, and you will receive a final confirmation of your reservation by email.

 

We recommend these 3 steps to make the most out of this meeting:

  1. Check out all the details about Gabriela.
  2. Have your elevator pitch ready so you can tell your company’s story in maximum 5 minutes
  3. Prepare to talk about you’re current marketing strategy (if there is one), and how you’re planning to do this job in the future.

1-on-1 Private Sessions, Bucharest, community, founders, growth marketing, marcom, marketing, networking, Office Hours, Open Hours, startup, startups, techhub bucharest

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