February Tech Events in the Nordics

Andrew Mazur

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1. CBS Startups Pitch Student-jobs and Internships

  • When: February 6
  • Where: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • How much: Free
  • Description: 50 startups will pitch 200 student-jobs and internships in front of 1200 students at CBS. The event is open for all, you don't need to be a CBS-student. The concept is very straight-forward: Startups will be pitching at stage - and after the pitches you have the opportunity to meet and network with them. Look forward to meeting some of the absolutely coolest startups and scaleups from the Copenhagen region!

2. Selling Your “Startup” Story

  • When: February 6
  • Where: Stockholm, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: Strong businesses and entrepreneurs have a strong story! Welcome to Coompanion Stockholms event focusing on taking your business idea, product or service to various audience (customers, partners, investors) with a strong story-line! The speaker for the session is Vilhelm Hanzén, founder of GUL PR, a Swedish PR agency that helps companies reach their audience through third party media. During the session, he will talk about how many companies get the wrong idea about their PR strategy, and how they can change that view to get more media attention and build a stronger business.

3. Weekend Coffee for Startup People

  • When: February 3
  • Where: Stockholm, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: Any plans for the weekend? This event brings together a small group of local entrepreneurs over a cup of coffee, in a relaxing and informal atmosphere. It's your chance to make new connections, share advice, and brainstorm new ideas with the people that are trying to build a new project or start a freelancing career. This event is self-organized for the local startup community. If you arrive first at the cafe, just pick a table and post in the group comments where you are sitting and how to identify you (e.g. shirt color).

4. After Work Networking

  • When: February 15
  • Where: Stockholm, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: This is a big city with so many great people to network with. But how valuable is it to be in a city with great networking opportunities if you don't get out and network with biz and tech professionals.

5. Business Models (SU)

  • When: February 28
  • Where: Östermalm, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: Business model canvas is a model that is often used to describe all parts of your business. It helps you as an entrepreneur to visualize your company's building components and during the workshop they will go through the model, as well as how the different parts are connected. The workshop requires no prior knowledge, or that you have a business idea. The important thing is that you are curious and driven.

1. Drinks with Data Scientists

  • When: February 7
  • Where: Stockholm, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: Join the first Drinks with Data Scientists! Enjoy this great opportunity to connect with your fellow Data Scientists, share knowledge, experiences and mainly have some fun with like-minded people. Let's have an amazing networking time together!

2. AI Seminar: Deep Latent Variable Models: Estimation and Missing Data Imputation

  • When: February 8
  • Where: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • How much: Free
  • Description: This seminar is a part of the AI Seminar Series organised by SCIENCE AI Centre. The series highlights advances and challenges in research within Machine Learning, Data Science, and AI. Like the AI Centre itself, the seminar series has a broad scope, covering both new methodological contributions, ground-breaking applications, and impacts on society.

3. An Introduction to Binary Exploitation

  • When: February 13
  • Where: Malmö, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: As programmers, people have been taught that writing outside a buffer or overflowing an integer can lead to security issues. Why is this so? Exactly how does something, possibly as small as one byte, cause such big problems? This session aims to give an introduction to binary exploitation, i.e. the science (and art) of utilizing bugs in low-level systems to cause unintended behavior and possibly a full compromise of the system. Starting with basic exploitation techniques from the nineties working our way all the way to modern exploitation techniques, the goal is to give the participants an understanding of some of these techniques and hopefully a little bit of inspiration to start trying them out yourself.

4. Monitoring Docker Containers in Kubernetes

  • When: February 18
  • Where: Malmö, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: In modern times almost every application is running in Docker, by having such complex solutions to orchestrate Docker, monitoring becomes more complex and near to unsolvable tackle. They will break this stereotype and get some easy monitoring tools and monitor Docker Kubernetes solution with Prometheus. In this presentation, they are going to cover how to monitor Docker in Kubernetes and how to get notified (in Slack) when something goes wrong.

5. Let's Talk Autonomous Database!

  • When: February 19
  • Where: Stockholm, Sweden
  • How much: Free
  • Description: This is for anyone interested in Oracle Database and surrounding technologies. They get together to learn from each other and start building a community of Oracle professionals in Stockholm. Presentations will be in Swedish or English based on the presenters preference. This time, they invited Jan Tjernberg (Technical Architect at Oracle) to come and speak about the concept, tools, the now and the future of the Oracle's Autonomous Database.

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