London’s tech community connects at monthly Geek Dinners, the UnLab Hacker Space and many more events and programs. It’s easy to meet peers and build your social and professional network in London.
This site serves the Drupal community by providing a place for groups to organize, plan and work on projects. Real world local user groups (sometimes called meetups) and regional Drupalcamps in particular are encouraged to setup their online presence here.
The Game Dev Meet Up is an event tailored to London game creators and developers. It occurs once a month, typically on the first Wednesday at a local sports bar. The goal of the event is to create a casual environment for our gaming community to interact and meet other local development companies and contributors.
Ladies Learning Code brings women and men together to learn beginner-friendly coding skills in a social, collaborative environment. The woman-run not-for-profit is community-driven and focuses on hands-on, project-based learning with industry-leading professionals.
The UnLondon Digital Media Association is a creative incubator; and provides the tools, resources, support, volunteers and sometimes the inspiration, for anyone with the nugget of an idea to turn it into an impactful result. UnLondon specifically focuses on the intersection of art, media, digital, technology and “maker” culture and works to facilitate unconventional ideas and innovative solutions. UnLondon hosts classes and workshops, produces conferences and helps spread digital literacy and skills across Southwestern Ontario. http://www.unlab.ca/ www.121studios.ca
When entrepreneurs need help starting or growing a tech-based business, they turn to TechAlliance. As the Regional Innovation Centre for London and surrounding areas as part of the Ontario Network of Entrepreneurs, TechAlliance is the ultimate resource for companies at any stage of their growth.
Project Play is the biggest hands-on gaming event in Southwestern Ontario gaming, digital art showcase, cosplay and more, to provide gaming opportunities for children in need.
Open Data London's goal: to foster an innovative community of citizens that leverage open data in new ways to benefit the citizens of London. In doing so, we hope to bring together our community and non-profit organizations with our educational institutions, to create not only projects but lasting bonds that benefit all.
If you have a blog, podcast, or anything else involved with the Internets Geek Dinner is the group for you. Even if you don’t but are curious about getting your feet wet in the social media community this if for you too. We’re more then happy to answer questions and help you get started.
Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by people who have an idea – and the guts to get on stage and share it. Run by local volunteers, Ignite London is a force for raising the collective IQ and building connections in our city.
London .NET Developers meets regularly to explore the use of .NET for building mobile to web applications or just for fun of coding. Our goal is to create a great social group in the London and surrounding area where everyone can come share and learn from each other.
MedTech Thursday is an informal way to connect with the medical device development community in London. If you are involved in developing new medical technology as a researcher, engineer, clinician, entrepreneur or funder, this event is a great way to meet others in the same area of focus and share your stories of success, as well as your challenges.
Private startup studios & personal accelerator programs for small business, early-stage startups, student entrepeneurs & recent graduates to live, work, study, and build a company.
Explode Code is a developer conference focused on web, mobile and game development. Connect with other coders, learn from industry experts and discover new technologies.
In partnership with the London Economic Development Corporation, Techvibes Tech Fest brings together London's fastest growing tech companies that are looking for the best talent in the city.
The MVP Lab, located in the Convergence Centre in Western Discovery Park, provides entrepreneurs with the workspace and resources they need to develop their ideas into a minimum viable product. Companies using the MVP Lab can collaborate, at no cost, with freelance designers and developers to create prototypes or mockups of their product, which can then be used to pitch to potential investors or customers.
The Bridge Between Business and Technology - The old is new again. From the smouldering ashes that was once the Internetworking Group, springs a new, revitalized group looking to strengthen and build the strong relationships needed between technology and business in the city of London.
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