Advancing git literacy through talks and workshops. Great for beginners, even better for pros. May the forks be with you.
Meet other fellow DevFest.Asia attendees and organizers and enjoy a drinks on us. It's gonna be crowded, come early or rather late for your best chance.
Coderetreat is a day-long, intensive practice event, focusing on the fundamentals of software development and design. By providing developers the opportunity to take part in focused practice, away from the pressures of 'getting things done', the coderetreat format has proven itself to be a highly effective means of skill improvement. Practicing the basic principles of modular and object-oriented design, developers can improve their ability to write code that minimizes the cost of change over time.
Code Retreat Singapore Website
SuperHappyDevHouse is back in Singapore! The all-day, all-night hackathon of brilliant code, pizza, and copious amounts of coffee, is better than ever. Done BY the tech community, FOR the tech community, meet the creme de la creme of SE Asian talent hacking in one venue.
NodeSchool is an open source project run by volunteers with two goals: to create high quality programming curriculum and to host community learning events.
Learn about developer opportunities in Singapore, the visa process and participate in 3min speed interviews with some of the coolest companies in town.
Singapore's iOS user-group invites you to a Swift 2.0 workshop session and pizza.
Front End TL;DR is a learning event where everyone participates.
We're using Devfest.Asia wrist-bands for registration in Devfest.Asia events. You can skip queues at the events once you have this.
Pick yours up at The Working Capitol, 1 Keong Saik Road on workdays at 10am-5pm. Remember to bring your photo-ID indicating your ticket holder name.
Whether it's to validate an idea, or to understand what you're building is meant to achieve, the amazing Melissa Ng will teach you how to better understand who you're building for and how to hack your way to an awesome user experience.
Bridging web design and implementation. Southeast-Asia's premier front-end and design conference hosting the international who-is-who of web stylists.
Offical CSSConf.Asia after party for conference attendees
Haskell.SG plans a special edition of a meetup that would be entirely devoted to making web applications with Haskell. This would include hosting Haskell code in the browser with GHCjs, interoperating with Web API portals, and more.
A day workshop where participants will learn how to build a simplebot with Arduino, servos and cardboard. They will then programme it using node.js.
Offical JSConf.Asia after party for conference attendees
Rails Girls is an initiative that provides a community for women to understand technology and to build their ideas.
Expect a whole day of sound hacking with the Web Audio spec author and Firefox coder Paul Adenot and New Zealands web audio musician Matt McKegg! Bring headsets and prepare for some serious beats!
A casual and relaxing coffee/brunch hangout among all developers, designers, makers and like-minded people.
Come to the first ever CSS Singapore! Featuring short talks to learn something new about the front end world. Whether you're a CSS veteran or are just starting out, there's something for you.
The Working Capitol gives you access to its beautiful space, Wi-Fi and community for the entire timespan of DevFest.Asia. It's also the venue for some of our other events. Hop by, sign up with your DevFest.Asia identification and enjoy!
Built by and for geeks, nerds, inventors, engineers, and entrepreneurs, Hackerspace.SG is the Singapore hacker community's home, living room and laboratory. DevFest.Asia participants are most welcome.
The Hub Singapore is Singapore’s largest community of entrepreneurs, creatives and techies. Come join us during DevFest.Asia for free co-working at our lovely, super new place. Desks only for registered visitors.
The Co is an award-winning ecosystem of workspaces, and is home to a community of global businesses and digital companies. Please bring DevFest.Asia identification, and call 6595 6288 in advance. Includes all access hot-desk, WiFi + coffee/tea.
Woolf Works is a shared work space specifically for women, located on lively Joo Chiat Road, on the east coast of Singapore. Meet our great community of women to chat over coffee. Includes hot-desk, WiFi + coffee/tea.
Visit the Action Community for Entrepreneurship (ACE), a private sector-led movement for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs. Located right at Singapore's entrepreneurial heart at one-north.
Check http://www.ace.sg/#calendar-of-events to look out for days without events.
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