Anujah Powell

Chillisoft invites you to a Symposium on Web, Mobile & Software Development Technologies

The rapid advancement of web, mobile and cloud computing technologies means a complete paradigm shift for computing and communications technologies. The internet is rapidly evolving with increasingly sophisticated devices, platforms, APIs, applications, and web browsers. Software development languages and databases are constantly changing. That’s why ICT professionals are finding it difficult to keep up.

If you are one, reserve a space in your diary on Saturday, September 20 for the Symposium on Web, Mobile & Software Development Technologies at the Durban University of Technology.

The primary objective of the symposium is to:

● Showcase trends and new developments in the mobile, web and cloud sectors.

● Promote best practices in software development within the mobile, web and cloud sectors.

● Showcase strategies for empowering software developers and communities.

The symposium will host a number of invited speakers who will share their expertise – Taylor Gibb, Travis Frisinger, Brendan Page, Pieter Germishuys, Matt Cavanagh, Taylor Gibb, Pivendren Naik, Matt Cavanagh and, finally, keynote speaker – CEO of Chillisoft, Anujah Powell discussing Mastery@work.

“My talk is relevant to you if you want to be the best craftsman that you can be and interested in actively designing the knowledge work environment of the future. Mindfulness is the top emerging trend in 2014. Chillisoft practices mindfulness within the corporate context and has first- hand experience of its benefits. We will look at mindfulness, why it is important for knowledge and conceptual work in this age, discuss the attention economy and why this is relevant for a pragmatic software development practice,” Powell explains.

Where: The Department of Information Technology at DUT on Ritson Campus, at 22 Winterton Walk in Room: DB0004A.

When: Registration is at 8am and will finish at 5pm.  The symposium is complimentary and will include tea and lunch.

For more information: Contact Mr. Cassim Vanker at cassimv@dut.ac.za or Tel: (031) 373 5584 or register here:http://goo.gl/M15ISD

 




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