Meet new startup and IT-related events in the Nordics for July 2019.
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With startups from 60+ countries taking part in the global festival of creativity in Copenhagen, the Creative Business Cup strives to strengthen the participants' innovative capabilities and benefit their businesses. They empower entrepreneurs and trend-spotters around the creative industries. They connect startups to investors and global markets, and if you are not here for the prizes or investment opportunities, take the chance and connect with like-minded people and perhaps find your next job.
Learn how to turbocharge the growth of your startup with practical strategies you can apply from today! What you'll learn: Identify attractive niches for your business to focus on that will allow you to grow much faster than trying to be everything to everyone; Acquire large numbers of new customers without spending a dollar on marketing - but you have to hustle and put in the legwork; Ensure you have the right set of skills and capabilities to make your business successful - experience matters!
Silicon Drinkabout is a global community of startups powered by local events. Each city is run by passionate volunteers, fueled by their love of bringing people together to create meaningful, face to face relationships that go beyond just a professional network. The Silicon Drinkabout community has been described as a support network, a place to have open conversations and best of all, as a family. Everyone is welcome; just come and say hello.
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 below where you are sitting and how to identify you (e.g. shirt color).
You have an idea, but have no idea where or how to start. Days and months spent researching on Google, Facebook, and online forums. You worry no one will buy your product or service. You feel like you are going to fail because you can't get on social media and get a bunch of people to go to your website. You have a fear of failing. You worry you won't have a stable income. You struggle to challenge your self-limiting beliefs. The result? You become frustrated and give up. If you have an idea you don't need to learn how to code and you don't need to sacrifice half of your vision to someone "technical." As an entrepreneur, a freelancer, or even a small business owner you need to learn how to independently test and launch your ideas - without anyone else's help. This course will show you how.
Do you want to increase your knowledge in the DevOps field? This is the meetup for you! How can your organization adapt to DevOps? How does CI/CD come into the picture? Can test automation be part of the DevOps work? These are some of the questions that will be highlighted during the evening. Furthermore, they will get to know the background of the DevOps profession and also go through the basic principles which are used today.
Bayesian data analysis is a powerful tool for inferential statistics and prediction and this 3 hour tutorial will get you up to speed with doing Bayesian data analysis using R. The goal of the tutorial is for you to get an understanding of what Bayesian data analysis is and why it is useful. After the tutorial you should be able to run simple Bayesian analyses in R.
The summer is here and of course we want to celebrate this together by having a last The Code Pub meet up to end this great Spring season! This time we are focusing on the popular area, mobile development and especially Android development. Have you heard about Android before but not really understood what it is and what's so special about it? Join this meetup to find out and get hands on in a workshop in Android development together with other female coders!
A string of talks for you interpolated with food, drinks and friendly conversation. Speakers: Coding Pirates: Volunteers doing playful learning with Ruby; Sune Sylvest Nilausen, lead developer at Blueprint Learning; Tonsser’s Backend Powered Component-driven UI framework; David Pedersen, backend engineer at Tonsser.
The Swedish Power BI User Group remains dedicated to spreading the word about Microsoft Power BI. Come join them for an evening with both a run-down of what is new and exciting in the product as well as a discussion of where to next as a user group. The new organizer Alexander will lay out his ideas and can't wait to hear yours!
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