Designers and developers/coders! Figma & GitHub invites you to participate in the Figma & GitHub Hackathon 2018. Compete and collaborate as a member of a team to come up with an idea and turn it into a functioning prototype. The Figma x GitHub hackathon is targeted at designers AND developers using both Figma & GitHub tools.
The maiden meetup up in the University of Lagos will be an exciting one for developers and designers. It is a great opportunity to get started with figma and learn how to use github for various projects.
By being open and free to use, open source encourages collaboration. The Al-Qalam University Katsina meetup will be fully focused on the importance of GitHub as a Collaboration Tool and how to get started.
This is a chance to learn about using figma for all sorts of designs including creating User Interfaces and simple illustrations in real time.
This is an event aimed at increasing the productivity of developers by introducing them to github and also showing student developers how they can integrate GitHub into their workflow.
Ingressive Campus Ambassadors: Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Meetup - Open Source The New Sauce
The essence of this event is to train developers in Lapai on how to use existing resources of GitHub to enhance their performance. The event brings together the world's largest community of developers to discover, share, and build better software. more importantly how to leverage on open source projects for collaborative development.
Designers and developers/coders! Figma & GitHub in partnership with Ingressive invites you to participate in the Figma & GitHub Hackathon 2018. Compete and collaborate as a member of a team to come up with an idea and turn it into a functioning prototype. The Figma x GitHub hackathon is targeted at designers AND developers using both Figma & GitHub tools.
The uniuyo meetup titled "Design Afinity" will be a practical session touching on the advantages and benefits of using figma in design. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how to create amazing designs with figma.
If you're a designer looking to explore and learn new things, this is one meetup you should not miss!
Ingressive, Rising Tide Africa, GBF, TGBC and Citi are collaborating to present a special edition of this Ecosystem Hangout entitled Digital Leadership: Going Beyond Viral. This event will be held on June 30th from 12:00pm to 3:00pm at the IBM Innovation Center in Victoria Island. Our goal is to convene developers/designers, corporate partners, entrepreneurs, and students to build a supportive ecosystem for innovation. Join us as we explore the logic behind creating a lasting digital presence and celebrate the culmination of the Leadership and Development Program for Youths in Lagos State. Entrepreneurs at different levels will learn how to connect to a core audience in a way that creates value and loyalty. In a world obsessed with clicks, follows, and likes; Digital Leadership is the newest evolution in building your brand.
This promises to be an opportunity for developers and designers alike in the Federal University of Technology to be involved in a hands on approach to using github and figma. There will be code reviews by panelists as well as live reviews of designs made using figma. Other activities will also include Movies, Games, Karaoke, Talks, etc.
Ingressive Campus Ambassadors: Kwarapoly Meetup 3.0 - Problem Solving skills of Great Software Developers Using Github
Another opportunity to learn new things in the development world, we will also give ingredients on the Intricacies of building Internet Companies.
On May 26th from 12pm to 3pm at the Wheatbaker in Ikoyi, Ingressive and Rising Tide Africa are Partnering again for this months Ecosystem Hangout. This month's mini-masterclass will focus on giving entrepreneurs a better uderstanding of Intellectual Property Rights (IP). IP is a category of property that includes intangible creations of the human intellect, and primarily encompasses copyrights, patents, and trademarks. It also includes other types of rights, such as trade secrets, publicity rights, moral rights, and rights against unfair competition. Nta Ekpiken of Aluko & Oyebode will be delivering the training.
Entrepreneurs from all levels can meet in VI for a session on how to develop your business and prepare it to scale. Learn why 80% businesses fail in the first three years, and how to avoid it.
Ever wonder why “Open Source” is called the thinking man’s Venture Capital? Or why companies like Google, IBM and Intel have been investing in open source projects for years?
The answer is simple…tech companies today are challenged to keep up with software products partially built by the same customers they compete for. Open source often provides a more secure, adaptable, and auditable product that lets customers “try before they buy.” With companies raking in billions, open source is certainly worth a look.
Learn how to build a build a business around open source and identify those poised for explosive growth. Details include; Open source: The New lean, Monetizing Open Source and Open Source: The Next Investor Gold Mine.
The event aims to bring together over 100 developers to share ideas and foster collaboration, expose them to awesome tools and teach best practices.
Previously we've had two meetups here in Lagos with the likes of Neo Ighodaro, Codebeast and Chike mgbemena all in active participation, hence, we are spreading our reach to accommodate our enthusiasts at Ekiti who have been working tirelessly to have an active community in their locale.
This will be a special High Growth Africa Summit pre event featuring two talks one from Idris Bello sharing his insights on investing and the other from Aniedi Udo-Obong, Program Manager at Google speaking on Launchpad and its role in the local ecosystem. This will be a great opportunity for our travelers to engage with the local founder community and see first hand what Lagos's best startups have to offer in the preamble to HGAS.
High Growth Africa Summit is a two-day conference on how to launch, scale, and fund a high growth African business. Instead of panels and speeches, we organize two days of intensive masterclasses from those who have built, scaled and done it before to teach you how to innovate in Africa.
It's becoming the largest tech conference in West Africa. Last year, 150+ international investors, and hundreds of startup founders learning and teaching master classes on starting and scaling a high growth African business. This year, we're growing to 1,000 attendees over two days. Stay tuned for special music x tech performances.
A meetup of aspiring developers from local universities running our Campus Ambassador programs meeting up with Github executives.
A convening of all our Tour of Tech travelers along with the local angel investor and Venture Capital community in Lagos. It will be a fantastic opportunity for travelers to gain insight on local tech investing from members of organizations such as Rising Tide, Lagos Angel Network, African Business Angel Network and many others.
The luncheon will be the official launch event of Tour of Tech and features talks from prominent female investors and founders such as Shannon Grant, Ndidi Nnoli-Edozien, Afua Osei and many more. The discussion will be focused on how we can encourage and support female founders and investors in a traditionally male dominated space
Our annual end-of-year Tour of Tech. A private, curated market access trip for 30 technology investors and corporate partners who seek to deepen or initiate their business in Nigeria. Last year, we had executive leadership from GitHub, New Relic, USAID, 500 Startups, Intuit and more join us. This year, travelers have the option to experience a pre-trip in Cape Town, South Africa.