TechMeetup Glasgow returns this Wednesday. As always I will be in attendance. Details can be found below:
TechMeetup Glasgow is back on the 5th Floor of the School of Computing this Wednesday – 24th of July 2013 – at 6.30pm
Our two talks this month form the focus of a great gaming/startup-oriented evening.
Alan Shaw on WallaBee: 83 Countries, 50 US States, 2 Years.
Alan is on the creative side of game mechanics, artwork at WallaBee. This talk is about how WallaBee launched, built up users and how they retain them. Alan will also focus on third party developers, their products and how they can make money off WallaBee.
Roger Dubar on Zapcoder
Zapcoder lets you create & share games & apps on smartphones, tablets and desktops. Roger will tell us about his journey creating Zapcoder and his journey finding funding to support his project.
TechMeetup is made possible by the amazing financial support from the University of Glasgow, Neo, and SkyScanner.
See you on the 24th of July, 2013 at 6.30pm.
School of Computing
18 Lilybank Gardens
by Hillhead Underground
For queries email Ijonas Kisselbach (firstname.lastname@example.org)
About TechMeetup Glasgow:
TechMeetup Glasgow is the “west coast chapter” of TechMeetup, Scotland’s finest monthly tech gathering. We talk about technology, design, code, mobile apps, web apps, social networking and the ecosystem they form.
TechMeetup has been run in Glasgow since April 2009 and draws a good crowd of nice folk and great speakers – held together by the magic of pizza and beer.
TechMeetup is held in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow.
A few of us will be heading to Brel on Ashton lane afterwards to continue the discussions over a nice cold beer.