TABLE XI Search Results: “Programming”
TABLE XI PRESENTATIONS
SITEWIDE Search Results: “Programming”
Feb 28, 2012
Underground car park, Condessa Mumadona
Mar 31, 2012
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The Dana on Mission Bay
Nov 11, 2014
Eastern Market - Shed 3
Sep 25, 2014
May 21, 2015
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Rangoonwala Auditorium (RVMG Community Centre)
Nov 03, 2017
Oct 18, 2018
Oct 27, 2018
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Spirit Square, Middleton/McMillan Gallery
May 10, 2019
Jul 18, 2019
Problem-Solving in Animation
BY KEITH OTTO
@ VOL 16
ON DEC 05, 2013
Keith Otto has a passion for learning new skills, both inside and out of work. From attending developer conferences and reading tech blogs to buying books, he is always working to expand his knowledge. Most of Keith's career has been spent developing websites and working to perfect his knowledge of the associated languages. In more recent years, he has also been teaching himself to develop for Unity3D, which has quickly evolved into another aspect of his work.
BY PAOLA VILLAREAL
@ VOL 37
ON SEP 25, 2014
Paola Villarreal is an inveterate self taught person, she has specialized on the design and development of internet systems for 13 years. She is the creator of ECOBICI app for Android and iOS and she will explore the possibilities of hacking everyday life for the benefit of citizens.
An Open Source Life
BY ROMKE DE HAAN
@ VOL 7
ON DEC 04, 2015
Romke de Haan is a graduate of the program called homeboyz, a non-profit that takes kids in gangs and teaches them technology. Romke will walk you though his journey and his pursuit of happiness.
Participate in Romke's life; he'd be happy to get coffee/lunch/cocktails with you. You can add his calendar by searching Romked@gmail.com on iCal, Google Calendar,
Hacker History 101
BY MARK CALLEJA
@ VOL 10
ON JUN 20, 2017
Mark Calleja takes you back to the origins of the word ‘Hacker’, and how the mainstream media have hijacked it to mean something ugly and terrifying. In 20 slides, watch as MrC takes you from the first ever ‘hack’ in 1903 all the way up to the crime gangs of the 21st century and looks toward the future of hacking and cyber-security.
A Life of Film and Producing a Film Festival
BY CURTIS WOLOSCHUK
@ VOL 46
ON OCT 18, 2018
Curtis Woloschuk is the Associate Director of Programming at the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). He takes through the meaningful moments in his life associated with film, and into his role with the VIFF.
Programmieren in der Grundschule
BY ALEXANDER WELLER
@ VOL 40
ON MAR 15, 2019
Während aktuell viel um die Nutzung von Computern und Smartphones von Schülern diskutiert wird, bricht der Referent eine klare Lanze für das gezielte digitale Lernen. Er zeigt die Möglichkeiten auf, wie bereits Kinder mit einfachen Mitteln programmieren lernen können und so sinnvoll und vor allem zukunftsorientiert an die Materie herangeführt werden
BY VILLADS CLAES
@ VOL 40
ON MAY 22, 2019
Veteran Pecha Kucha-presenter Villads Claes is back for another round. This time he talks about Artificial Intelligence - and his dream for this technology is to build a better Google.
(Please bear in mind that this presentation originally had a lot of animations, that cannot be shown here. Furthermore, we encountered a lot of technical difficulties playing this Slideshow from PowerPoint Online, so the timings will be very off)
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
We kick off the week with a "Presentation of the Day" that was recorded in Frankfurt about a studio in Montreal. 75 multimedia artists work at Moment Factory. Although the studio is based in Montreal, Canada, the team is composed of people from around the world and from various backgrounds, including dance, architecture, lighting design, programming, engineering, graphic design, illustration, music, production and more. What Gabriel Pontbriand loves so much about his job is that each project is a surprising adventure. Having and international and multidisciplinary group of people working together allows them to imagine interactions between technology and emotion that are unique each time.
Learn by doing
Volodymyr Vorobyiov presenting his unique experience at PKN vol.6 IT Dnepropetrovsk of creating educational center, combing need of programmers to study and need of young programmers to learn by doing. This a perfect opportunity for non professional teachers to share their programming experience and non professional programmers to start actual work.
Looking for Developer: What, Why and How?
Trust your team and make friends with experts from HR! Olexiy Bugrim, Software architect in ISD, shared secrets in his presentation of finding a qualified developer at PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Reality Vol.10. His tips for creating effective teams became simply priceless, even for people who are far from the world of programming, information systems and computer technologies. Olexiy explained employee motivation techniques, how to optimize the number of "runners" in the companies working in the field of IT-technologies and a lot of other useful advices.
Modern Age Education
Volodymyr Vorobiov, CEO Ruby Garage, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Education made a presentation on the development of IT education. His advices were simple, but relevant at the same time. First, you need to read a lot. In the age of virtualization and total internetization, reading is necessary like the air! Success achievement in the field of IT education requires the following skills: positive motivation, getting practical experience and ongoing commitment to update information. Moreover it would be great to find a mentor who with his practical advice will guide you to the right and constructive direction. Go for it, and you get it all!
Useful Advices: How to Become a Programmer
Alexander Korotkiy, a senior .NET developer in SmartGuy Group A/S and is leading MS SQL and .NET-related master classes in Ciklum, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Education gives a lot of useful tips about IT education that have to be considered like the need to constantly improve the educational level, attend workshops, seminars, improve English.
Magic Way to IT Land
University is a waste of time. Self-education is the future. Anastasia Demidova, a beautiful Fairy, HR manager in Yalantis, in her presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Education shows a magic way to IT Land.
The Morden Heirloom: Coding Quilts
Who knew auto-generated patterns could turn out to be beautiful? Elizabeth "Libs" Elliott merges old craft and modern art forms to create beautiful quilts with a technological twist. In "The Morden Heirloom: Coding Quilts" from PKN Toronto Vol. 29 using the Processing visual programming language, Elizabeth generates random patterns for her quilts by altering code to play with colour palettes, geometric shapes, and other variables. She draws out each pattern by hand and then sews them onto quilts.
Local Writeup on PNKLB
Long Beach Post recently wrote an article about the upcoming launch of PechaKucha Long Beach. ArtExchange to Host Innovative Bimonthly Speaker Series During Third Thursdays Programming by ASIA MORRIS on MAY 13 2015 17:22 What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “PowerPoint presentation?” Perhaps a heavy sigh escapes your mouth, paired with an eye roll, as you imagine all the professors in your past who tried to use said technology to unsuccessfully liven up an already boring lecture. Maybe you get a little anxious at the thought of having to give your own presentation, when the words you want to say don’t necessarily coordinate with the images or words projected behind you. PechaKucha 20x20 is exactly the opposite. Read more: http://lbpost.com/life/arts-culture/2000006079
The Future of Self-Driving Cherry Trees
"You can use coding and programming for art, for music, for helping your grandma." In The Future of Self-Driving Cherry Trees from PechaKucha Night Special x MINI @ BMW Group Tokyo Bay, Joseph Tame shares on his many wild wearable machines. Tame uses the latest technology to break down social barriers through performance art. In his presentation, he will share his vision for a future in which artistic ideas can blossom anytime, anywhere.
The Magic Lantern
"It is so important that as a student you go out of your comfort zone, out of the faculty, out of your student house - because its the only way to connect to the city." What is 'cinema' all about and how can 'a cinema' canbe a natural intersection for informal learning and entertainment, for art and science, for students and city? In "The Magic Lantern" from PechaKucha Night Maastricht Vol. 31, David Deprez addresses these questions. As an artistic director of Lumière Cinema Maastricht, David plans to involve students in the programming and using films in their academic curricula at Maasstricht University.