When: 6pm -9:30pm on Thursday, March 9 2017
Where: University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall, Shrewsbury SY3 8HQ
RSVP: Register online at bit.ly/public-rebellion or call 01743 297185.
Hosted by Shropgeek and Post Urban Ventures, an evening of inspiration and war stories from technology entrepreneurs sharing their experience of building different types of digital products and businesses. FREE DRINKS and food provided, with an opportunity for you to share and talk through your digital business ideas.
Garry Hill - Digital Inventor, Founder of Magnetised & Kitmonsters
Garry is the lead developer of Spontaneous, an open source CMS used by customers like the Design Museum and Institute Français. He’ll be talking about open source business models and his recent work developing an audio system in Elixir that uses electricity to sync music between rooms.
Paul Harter - Digital Toolmaker, Founder of Printcraft & Rough Cut Pro
Paul is a multimedia developer and digital enthusiast. He’s the founder and developer of Printcraft, the world's first 3D printing multi-player Minecraft server. He’ll talk about the reasons he was forced to shut Printcraft down and his recent work making Rough Cut Pro, an iPad-based video editing system.
Harry Keen - Design Engineer, Founder of Redact at Source
Harry is a mechanical engineer turned software developer who built the automated design customisation system behind Opendesk’s digital manufacturing platform. He’ll talk about digital product design, his journey into software development and his new machine learning based startup, Redact at Source.
This rebellion was instigated by University Centre Shrewsbury, under pressure from Shropgeek, Post Urban Ventures and the Marches Growth Hub. Turn up with a pitchfork.