September 21, 2019 at 10:00am
Join thousands of Canadians coast to coast to coast taking their first steps learning about application development. With great design comes great responsibility. User experience (UX) design isn’t just about creating pretty or functioning websites - it’s about creative solutioning and trying to make people’s lives and experiences better. As application designers, we need to remember that we aren’t designing products for ourselves, but for other people. Being a UX designer allows you to work with and problem solve for a variety of different people, and empathy plays a huge part in this.
Charlie is a senior software developer at The REDspace. He is alumni from Colibri Software where he worked for two years, ever since graduating from Acadia University with a Honors degree in Computer Science with Co-Op option. Charlie’s profile picture was created by a robot inspired by the work of Ruby the painting elephant. True story.
Chris is a software developer with 16+ years experience with Henry Schein. Not to be pigeonholed, he’s got his hand in all sorts of things: Top tier support for an installation base spanning 2000+ customers, Brand development, Application planning and development, Database design, Documentation, Testing, Training, Training material development: web, print and video, Customer support, Installer creation, Phone system programming. Chris’ profile pic is a mashup of a picture of his swiped from Facebook and R2D2.
HarvestHand is a community platform dedicated to strengthening regional food systems. We’re passionate about supporting farms with CSA’s to become more profitable using HarvestHand CSA Software, helping communities eat better through the HarvestHand Community, creating good jobs in rural communities, and building new media solutions that make sharing the harvest easier. Our vision is to create new media solutions that strengthen regional food systems’ ability to succeed in value oriented approaches to production, distribution, consumption and community.
Hope is in her senior year of Computer Science at Acadia University. She loves teaching and encouraging people to learn computer science. While in her undergrad, she worked two co-op terms in the security industry. This past summer she studied web design and directing at Harvard University. Locally, she won the Best Overall Physical Sciences Project grades 7-12 two years in a row at the Annapolis Valley Regional Science Fair. She also represented Nova Scotia at the Canada Wide National Science Fair.
My name is Keegan Francis, i have been working with, interested in, and invested in cryptocurrencies and blockchain since 2014. Invested in bitcoin and dogecoin in 2014 Graduated with a degree in computer science in 2015 Built my first mining rig in 2017 Have given several lectures and presentations to Nova Scotia universities in 2017 and 2018 Attended an international blockchain conference in Shanghai, China, 2018 Co-founded Atlantic Blockchain Company Inc.
Keith got his first glimpse of HTML with NCSA’s Mosaic browser in 1994. A few “View Sources” later and he was hooked. Soon after, he got his first web job as Webmaster for the Arizona Daily Wildcat. Over the years, Keith has worked for several newspapers and Fortune 500 companies including Coca Cola and Aflac insurance. He has been the Webmaster for North America’s premiere training provider CED Solutions for over 15 years.
Labnet Dental Lab Systems offers the Dental Lab industry’s most comprehensive and powerful management systems with solutions suited for labs of all sizes and budgets. Whether your lab is a thriving multi-site corporation or a one-technician miracle lab, we have a perfect fit for you. As a Henry Schein company, you can depend on Labnet Dental Lab Systems for stability and providing your dentists with the latest technological advancements. When you are operating within tight deadlines, the last thing you should worry about is your software.
I make stuff happen at Agile*, an independent geoscience idea factory in Canada. We build awesome knowledge engines for organizations (mostly wikis), and we hone our skills in subsurface science… We have most recently been working on geothermal reservoir description. I’ve worked the Montney tight gas of Alberta and BC, frontier exploration in the Canadian Beaufort Sea, the Athabasca oil sands, the Norwegian North Sea. I also worked in software for several years, as an advocate of integrated volume visualization and interpretation and viz room pilot.