Welcome to TRBLSHT (your guess is as good as ours): The Developer's Meetup.
2016 may have just started but it's never too early in the year for there to be TRBL with your code.
Join us at The Co. for a developer-only meetup where you can discuss non-language specific problems and meet and talk to other developers. Ask CTOs and coding Jedi from the KL scene about problems big and small, front and back end by submitting your anonymous questions (more info below).
Ultimately, get your code and/or developer questions answered by people who know what they're talking about, meet other developers, make friends and share knowledge!
Here at The Co., we're hoping to help the tech community connect and become more cohesive. We embrace people of all stripes and backgrounds so please, check judgement and unfriendliness at the door!
UPDATE: Alex Smith, Solutions Architect for AWS, will be there to answer relevant questions!
PREREQUISITES FOR ATTENDING
Registration stops at 12pm on the day of the event, 13th Jan.
- You must need to know how to code, at least a little. Do this little test here and if you pass, you're on our RSVP list. If not, sorry but you can't attend!
- You MUST submit a question but you can do so anonymously. The form is in the test.
Mentors & Speakers
Wu Han Ngeow, UX Principal of Maxis Berhad
One of the original tai-kors of UX here in KL. Known for WebCamp KL and his solid 7 years at Mindvalley, Wu Han is a UX guru and mentor to many. Wu Han is now the UX Principal at Maxis and is making Malaysia's biggest mobile network provider just a little more fun.
Paul Copplestone (Copple), CTO of ServisHero
Full-stack Kiwi Copple is the CTO of the services marketplace app, ServisHero. A user of AngularJS and Ionic (amongst other things), Copple has worked in industries ranging from agriculture to tech and energy to finance. He also really likes beer.
Arzumy MD Yusof, CTO of KFit and Billplz
Arzumy is a rare fullstack developer and Malaysian ScrumMaster™. As the CTO of KFit and Billplz, Zumy is a greedy dev by any means. He codes mostly in Ruby and has a knack for infra and security. Show of choice? The IT Crowd.
7.00 - 7.30pm - Arrival and registration (RSVP required on Peatix and here
7.30 - 8.30pm - Introduction from speakers and mentors and begin answering Q+A
8.30 - 9.30pm - Mentoring and networking over drinks and food
We're looking forward to seeing you there! Feel free to message us with any other questions.