Monthly Edition: Continuous Integration/ Delivery for Web and Mobile Development
Monday, August 26th, 2019: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
400 NW 26th St - Miami

Our meetups aim to teach and help developers grow in their environment, we want to give tools that will help them solve common problems that can be encountered in any project.

In this Monthly Edition we focus on best practices and technologies for Development Teams.

For this meeting we'll be talking about:

  • Keeping your code at its best with ESLint and Prettier
  • CI/CD with Gihub for Web and Mobile Applications:

Hosted by Angel lacret and Stefany Vera From Miami Software Developers

    CTO Founders Miami = Join a Startup + Start One
    Wednesday, August 21st, 2019: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    WeWork - Miami

    This event is to connect CTO, Software Engineer and experienced Developers to join a Startup as a CTO Co-Founder, Adviser or Mentor which could be a successful strategic move.

    • Connect South Florida startups looking for a CTO Co-Founder
    • Connect CTOs, Software Engineer and Developers with local startups
    • Help CTOs, Software Engineer and Developers find and connect with other local opportunities
    • Bring more CTOs, Software Engineer and Developers to the South Florida Ecosystem

    Hosted by Vincent Hendrickson From CTO Founders Miami = Join a Startup + Start One

    Data Science Salon - Miami
    Tuesday, September 10th, 2019: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM - Wednesday, September 11th
    CIC - Miami

    The data science salon is a unique vertical focused conference which brings together specialists face-to-face to educate each other, illuminate best practices and innovate new solutions in a casual atmosphere with food, great coffee and entertainment.

    Hosted by Data Science Salons

      Smart City Expo Miami 2019
      Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM - Wednesday, October 23rd
      Miami Dade College - Miami

      As societies, we invest in new buildings, transportation, power, industry. Do we have a plan for the city with people, productivity, and quality of life in mind? Do we have a controlled process that produces successful projects that fit into our plan without wasted time, money, and eliminates corruption? Do we have a plan for maintenance of the completed assets that is locally resourced and sustainable? How do we engage the citizens to contribute to the planning process and create a unified effort? Is there new technology(right now) that is affordable and enables unprecedented participation and ushers in a new era of public support for a revitalized city?

      Join us... so more smart people can start planning for a smarter future city.

      Hosted by Smart CITIES Americas

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