If you made it top the last TEDx Liverpool you will have enjopyed a great day listening to some world class speakers well it's coming round again so it's time to get your tickets as they announce their first three speakers for TEDxLiverpool 2013. They are..
Win free tickets worth £70 to the North-West's digital and gaming summit
Futureproof Summit on 13 February has two tickets waiting to be won...
There has never been an event like this for students in Liverpool...
CodePool 2013 will comprise of the best and most relevant local developers, companies and employers, along with some of the bigger entities in programming coming together and giving a series of tutorial type talks on the subjects that up and coming student developers and creatives need to know about. Live coding, side-project break-outs, competitions and the chance for local organisations to engage with the next generation of talent.
It's not to later to book for FREE at Futureproof: Routes to Market - this Wedneday.
This session examines the skills of game developers and digital companies and how they are applicable to music, brands and social media sectors. Plus how companies are looking to services as the new way to engage customers.
Wage: Minimum of £24,000 - negotiable upwards based on skills and experience
Paid holidays: 5 weeks + public holidays
Location: Manchester, UK
Full Circle Arts is teaming up with FabLab Manchester to develop and create something new.
Fancy playing around with cutting edge technology like 3D printers and laser cutters? Want to make a brand new product to benefit you and your communities?
Lock up your alternative operating systems as the Linux outlaws are coming to Liverpool in February for a live show at Leaf Cafe on Bold Street.
The Linux outlaws shows have been going out live for the past 5 years and to celebrate their 300th show they will be broadcasting Live in front of a Liverpool audience.
The show has had over a millions downloads as their mix of geek culture and insightful operating system comment has brought smiles to thousands of Red hatted Linux fans faces.