Tech Talk Tokyo #2
|日 時：||2016/05/24(火) 19:30 〜 21:00|
|会 場：||RareJob offce@Harajuku/レアジョブ原宿オフィス|
|住 所：||Kyocera harajuku building2F,6-27-8,Jingumae,Shibuya-ku,Tokyo 東京都渋谷区神宮前6-27-8 京セラ原宿ビル2F/|
What is Tech Talk Tokyo?
Tech Talk Tokyo is a space with a concept that global engineers get together to have fun, where they have a lightening talk about “Tech” and send their ideas to the audience.
It might give you an impression that sending your ideas or anything to audience is difficult. But Tech Talk Tokyo is a casual space to talk about anything you want about Tech.
Tech Talk Tokyo#1 Report
If you are interested in coming along, please click “Register.”
**We don’t call for speakers this time, but we will from next time.
Content of the talk
It’s a lightening talk, and we would like you to talk about what you are interested in about “Tech,” what you have developed these three months, etc for 5 minutes.
Let’s have a fan time with other participants with “Tech” and “Global” as words in common. We will prepare some alcohol and some pizza.
|19:15||open a door|
|19:30||Start, short speech|
|20:10||LT① Tetsuya Matsuzawa|
|20:15||LT② Takanori Saiki|
|20:20||LT③ Paul McMahon "Why Ember?"|
Speakers of this time
RareJob Inc. Back-End Engineer Tetsuya Matsuzawa
He worked as a Back-End engineer for more than 10 years , he joined RareJob in 2015 .
He has the development experience of a variety of systems from small to large scale .
He is good at , especially performance and relationships highly DB design .
Takanori Saiki, PIXTA Inc., Software Engineer
Takanori joined Nihon Unisys, Ltd. after graduating from Osaka University.
He worked there for about two years and then joined PIXTA Inc.
He currently develops fotowa (https://fotowa.com) which is a brand-new
web service by PIXTA.
Paul McMahon, Doorkeeper Inc, Representative Director
Paul came to Japan in 2006 and found a job as a developer at a Japanese startup. Since then, he's founded two companies, the latest of which being Doorkeeper (this service!). As an active member of the local developer community, he organises Tokyo Rubyist Meetup, EmberJS Tokyo, and Machida Tech Night. Additionally, he writes about life as a foreign developer and entrepreneur at TokyoDev.
We welcome your participation
-Web/IT Engineers who are interested in working globally
Are you going to be late?
The main door will be closed at 8pm, please watch this.