The proliferation of the use of smart phones and mobile computer devices both personally and within business has led to a massive demand for and development of apps (downloadable applications) and therefore a huge commercial opportunity for digital developers.
Our series of talks by key industry players will give an insight into their experiences, learning and successes, with our last talk from Angle Innovation providing you with real practical help if this has inspired you to seek this commercial success.
Our first event takes place on Wednesday 4th July between 6-8pm at the Lincolnshire Leadership & Management Centre (LLMC) in Lincoln.
Nick Clark from the Research Team at Lincoln University, will be discussing apps development as well as cloud computing as he uncovers some of the myths surrounding the technology as he talks about LNCD and ORBITAL.
LNCD is a group at the University of Lincoln, responsible for research and development of technologies for research, teaching and learning. Part of LNCD’s work focuses on cloud computing, the use of cloud-like technologies to improve our productivity and the development of processes and skills to support this. Specifically, LNCD combines parts of Agile software development, API-driven and data-driven design, cloud computing, automated deployment and configuration management to produce innovative solutions for the University. Nick Jackson, a lead developer within the group, will explain how the LNCD approach to development allows a small team to effectively build and manage a large suite of services and applications, as well as promote interoperability with existing and future applications both inside and outside the University.
Our aim is to support and develop the digital industry within the County and provide these seminars free to digital businesses, as well as offering 1:1 business support from our specialist business advisors, funded by Lincolnshire County Council & European Regional Development Fund.
You can book your place here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/register4july2012