‘While many of you may have written some great code and are brilliantly talented, how do you stand out from the crowd and show off your skills when job hunting? Ric Barnes from CodeHub will be helping you set up and discuss how best to create a portfolio website. As ever we will be running this at our Workshop Wednesdays in conjunction with Women’s Tech Hub(Women’s Tech Hub ~ Bristol • Bristol or CodeHub Bristol • Bristol) and it’s all for free!
Whilst some of them are done by web-designers you can see there are other alternatives out there and web pages can be implemented by most people with rudimentary knowledge. Which is where Ric and the WebDev101 team are happy to help. If you want to put your wares on show but don’t know how to get started, pop along and have a chat.
Here are some examples that you can look through where people are using their websites to showcase their skills for work opportunities.
An evening of networking, talks from industry professionals and recognition of local Life Science innovation
Join us at the M Shed for this relaxed evening of networking, street food, music and access to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, as we celebrate the Medilink South West awards.
In 2023 we will recognize the achievements of the HealthTech sector across the South West and showcases the very best of collaboration between industry, academia and the NHS. This event is being held in by Medilink South West and the Health Tech Hub
We’d be lying if we said we don’t have an interest in this as one of us works for Fusion Processing who are delivering the tech for the projects. It’s a Bristol-based company so we thought we’d share the latest good news!
We’re back on it and have some irons in the fire as the saying goes and we have a date with Forgerock on the 26th, sign up via meetup.
Amy Millard from immersive labs talking about her journey into tech Amy Millard (She/Her) is a cloud engineer in immersive labs infrastructure team based in Bristol. When she isn’t ensuring their platform runs smoothly for their customers, she enjoys reading, baking and lifting heavy weights. She also loves to dance and teaches Zumba at her local leisure centre. With her scrum half days behind her, she now gets her rugby fix by helping to coach an U7s mini rugby team and spending weekends cheering on her two sons when they play for their school and club teams. She will be talking through her journey from motherhood to reskilling and making her mark in a great tech role.
If anyone has a company that would like to host a meetup then feel free to get them to mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Game Jams are a great way to get to grips with game creation tools, network with new people, and try something brave. There is no pressure – simply create something new, be collaborative, have fun, and eat pizza. To celebrate the new College of Arts, Technology and Environment (CATE) – we’re putting on an extra special GGJ where all CATE students are invited to join in, meet students from across the College and create a new game in just 48 hours. So if you are a coding wizard, animation guru, art/illustration wonder, music/audio wrangler, 3D modelling legend, or just interested in what goes into making a game – we want you.