Tcube - the Home of the Irish Software Developers' Network

Tcube is a brand new venue in Dublin for software developers to learn, socialise, eat pizza and drink beer.

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Past events

  • Unity Technology User Group Meetup

    Wed, 25 Jul 2012, 17:30 - 20:30 in Dublin, Ireland

    The Unity Technology User Group (UTUG) is a group of like-minded individuals from a wide range of experiences, from absolute beginners to seasoned professionals, who get together to share their experiences of using Unity to create games, simulations and any manner of cool things.The group meets the last Wednesday of the month between 6:30 and 10:00pm at TCube, the home of the Irish Software Developers' Network, alternating between workshops and discussions / show & tell.

  • Let's Meet Up and Get A Fast Lap Around Windows 8

    Thu, 31 May 2012, 18:00 - 21:00 in Dublin, Ireland

    Join the Irish Software Developers Network's special guest Drew Robins from Microsoft as he takes you round a fast lap around Windows 8. Drew will demonstrate C++, C# and Javascript languages, developing for Windows 8 Metro Apps......all in One Hour! And that leaves plenty of time for live coding, chat and beers and pizza courtesy of our partner ESET Antivirus, Safetica, and software recruiters A People Recruitment.

  • The JavaScript Disruption

    Thu, 29 Mar 2012, 17:30 - 19:30 in Dublin, Ireland

    In this talk, at TCube, Richard Rodger, a longtime advocate of programming excellence, ex FeedHenry and COO of Waterford based start-up NearForm, and newly published Wiley book author of 'Mobile Application Development on the Cloud', will deliver his compelling arguments why Javascript will be as dispruptive in the enterprise world as Java was over a decade ago.The mainstream programming language for the next ten years will be JavaScript.

  • Make Communications Work for YOUR Software Business

    Thu, 22 Mar 2012, 18:30 - 20:30 in Dublin, Ireland

    Every software company has a core focus, whether it is technical, product or service lead. Communications is often considered the ‘add on' element of the sales process by most organisations, when it should really be a strategic part of the business planning process in order to maximise investment in this area, as it supports every element of the business.

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