Tech Networking & Workshop "looking at ‘real life’ problems" from TechBank

A session at Tech Networking & Workshop "looking at ‘real life’ problems" from TechBank

There is no substitute for experience, however other people’s experience comes a close second. And it hurts less than having outright rejection first hand.

TechBank have been in the tech industry for years. Taking the hits and learning the hard way so you don't have to.

Our talk will explain...
How you can program yourself into a corner but with a little more patience you can make sure you don't end up in any cul-de-sacs. Although this mostly involves getting your entity design right the first time it will also cover some of the mistakes programmers make when they start dealing with clients for the first time. There are danger signs to watch out for and diplomatic techniques you can use to make sure you avoid, or at least can handle, your own personal 'clients from hell'. This can work both ways, so we are also including the mistakes people make when they are business owners dealing with techies for the first time. TechBank’s founders have been on both sides of the fence and would like to pass on some practical advice and guidance on how to get things right first time. Over a couple of hours we'll spend some time on actual problems and could even crack open a laptop or two and have hack about if you have any projects on the go that you would like to discuss.

This event will take the form of an informal ‘work shop’ where we will be looking at ‘real life’ problems, what you can expect to encounter and how to overcome them.

To join us at the Grosvenor Casino Piccadilly London you must be over 18 and have valid ID, such as a passport or driving licence. Please note no sportswear or shorts are allowed.

RSVP: GBP 0.00

Category: Conferences | Business & Economics

Speakers: TechBank, Chris Jones

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Date Sat 11th July 2015

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