The uses of technology are seemingly unlimited! This week’s Berlin Tech Events will show you some of the more innovative among them in interaction design, mobile applications and healthcare. Moreover, there will still be time to discuss the role of women in the software business and some product ownership tips. Don’t miss our daily Twitter feed for fresh reminders!
Monday 05 November
Interaction Design Meetup. Second edition about designing an engaging and usable website to gain customers. Four expert talks with four topics: Simon Staib, with Style Show; Jonas Breme, with Listen Carefully; Daniel Tzschentke, Prototyping; and Florian Schulz, with Portfolios. From 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. At HBC, Karl-Liebknecht Strasse 9.
Tuesday 06 November
Develop Awesome Mobile Applications on AWS. Half day event to dive into key technical concepts about using Amazon Web Services to built and deploy mobile applications. To participate, register as soon as possible… space is limited! From 12 pm to 18:30 pm. At Scandic Berlin Postdamer Platz, Gabriele-Tergit-Promenade 19.
Health 2.0 Europe 2012. This event will bring together developers, designers, innovators and entrepreneurs to improve healthcare through the best tech applications and tools. This is all about “startups leading the way into the future of healthcare”. From Tuesday 06 at 8 am to Wednesday 07 at 6 pm. At Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus, Luisenstrasse 58-59.
Wednesday 07 November
Afterwork: Digital Women. Although the software business is still strongly dominated by men, women are getting involved nowadays and this event wants to reflect that. Software opportunities and the social nature of modern engineering work will be discussed. From 5 pm to 7:30 pm. At Futurice Kitchen, Schützenstrasse 6.
Product Owner Dojo & Product Launchpad. Join this three day course to learn about the art of being a product owner. Delight your customers with your product launch and lead your team to produce a perfect service. From Wednesday 7 at 8:30 am to Friday 9 at 6:30 pm. At Betahaus, Prinzessinnestrasse, 19-20.