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Introducing: Technically Speaking

14th January 2022

Next event: Friday 28 January 2022

Happening on the last Friday of every month, Technically Speaking is an informal webinar series for small, professional tech & design agencies in the southwest. The event is 1-hour max, with 2 or 3 talks lasting just 10-15 minutes and a quick Q&A after each one. 

“It was great to get someone else’s perspective on a topic I’m really interested in. Learning and sharing is incredibly important in the dev community and Technically Speaking feels like the ideal platform to do so!” — Anonymous Full Stack Dev

The idea behind Technically Speaking is to encourage those working in the industry to offer their perspective on interesting, varied topics; it’s not an event for professional and experienced speakers so no need to panic about your PowerPoint prowess!

Technically Speaking is actively looking for tech-minded people to talk about subjects & technologies that others might want to hear about. We also encourage those from small to medium-sized agencies to come along! Interested in speaking or attending? Just add yourself to the mailing list.

“We feel like there’s a real appetite for learning and discovery among tech agencies in the southwest. However, we also appreciate that Zoom fatigue — or concentration fatigue, for that matter — is real, which is why Technically Speaking is super concise and informal. This isn’t to say we want to see whether you’re wearing trousers or not, but it should be a space to soak up and share knowledge without feeling any unnecessary pressure.” — Hugo Walker, Technically Speaking

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