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How a software developer lost his passion for programming, and got it back. He also went fishing.
Filmed at Ignite Sydney 8
Everyone loves Legos, so come and see how I am taking Lego building to a whole new level with a new application I am developing.
Over the past couple months, I have been devoloping algorithms that are able to take an image from your computer and convert it into a Lego mosaic that you can actually make, complete with an "instruction manual".
Hear first hand about the idea that won "Best Overall" in the Iowa State Business Pitch competition, featured on the front page of the ISU Daily, talked about all over facebook, and is one of the top 4 in the Iowa State University Pappajohn Business Plan competition right now.
I discuss the algorithms used and the processes involved, along with how I plan on making this application a steady source of revenue.
Alex reveals to us a horrible secret: you don't have to know how to code to be a software engineer.
Speaker: Mohit Singh Kanwal, Computer Science student, SoC
Bio: Mohit is a third year undergraduate student majoring in computer science and part of the University Scholars programme. He calls himself a hacker, a tech evangelist, an open source enthusiast and what not. As a student he is focusing on Software Engineering with no specific aims about his career. He is always excited about new technology and never fails to have an opinion on it. Currently, he is a core team of member (without pay) of the Mozilla Calendar Project, having worked with Mozilla during the 2011 summer.
Adrian McEwen gave the first presentation at the first Ignite Liverpool on exactly how to host an event.
Diana Mounter found that learning a new process can change your perception of everyday tasks, when she first learnt about Scrum.
Michael L. Perry – How do we Collaborate Through Software? @michaellperry
Software is a social medium. I’m not just talking about things like Wave, WOW, and Facebook. Every app we use, right down to a line-of-business application, is a way for people to connect with each other. Prevailing theories of software design are changing to support collaboration. Walk through these theories with me to see where we are heading.