This weekend (March 28th and 29th) SciVisum are proud to be once again sponsoring Bar Camp Canterbury.
Deri Jones (CEO) and David Hobson (Web Testing Technician) will be presenting at the event, and other members of the SciVisum technical team will be on hand during the day.
BarCamp Canterbury is an unconference that is a completely free to attend and based loosely around the theme of: innovative, unusual, and amusing examples of information and technology. Being a Canterbury based company, with strong links to the Universities and keen proponents of world-class software development processes using the best open-source tools, the event is a perfect fit.
ScivVisum has provided both internships and industrial year placements for Canterbury students, as well as offering opportunities for graduates and PhDs to be involved in our Research and Development Team.
At the event on behalf of SciVisum will be:
Dave Hobson, Web Testing Technician.
Dave has PHd in electronic engineering from the University of Kent, a degree in software development from the University of Huddersfield, and a great deal of experience in web development. Dave ran the London Marathon on Sunday, despite an ankle injury, and raised lots of money for charity.
Deri Jones, CEO
Deri Jones, CEO of SciVisum Ltd, founded the company in 2003, with a view to help maximise online user experience, through 24/7 comprehensive ongoing emulation, monitoring and analysis of User Journey performance, enabling business wide understanding of the impact of online performance on the bottom line.
Prior to SciVisum, in 1997, Deri led web security testing company NTA Monitor, which he grew to 30 staff and sold in 2002. Deri’s online experience dates back to 1992, when he was Sales and Marketing Manager and then MD of the UK’s first ISP, EUnet GB.
BarCamp Canterbury is a technology conference with a difference. It’s more like a gathering of enthusiastic people that are into tech, gadgets, science, or just about anything else that’s geeky and fun. There will be plenty of entertaining sessions and workshops on the day, and when sessions aren’t running, there’s usually other fun stuff happening: food and drink, games, conversation, silliness, and people hacking on projects. You can go to any session you like, and if you don’t find a session interesting, you can leave and go to another.
There is very little in the way of a formalised programme for the event and sessions will be finalised on the day.
There are no spectators, only participants!
For attendance details and to register please visit the registration page of the BarCamp website.
BarCamp Canterbury #2 will be held at Woolf College, University of Kent on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th of April 2012.
Saturday 28th April:
BarCamp: 10am-7pm (Woolf College, University of Kent, CT2 7BQ)
Beer Event: 8pm-11.30pm (Fruitworks, CT1 2NR)
Sunday 29th April:
BarCamp: 10am-4pm (Woolf College, University of Kent, CT2 7BQ)
SciVisum is a market-leader in dynamic website monitoring in the UK and internationally, with a blue-chip client list. As a testament to the constantly improving ‘Dynamic User Journey’ approach and intuitive portal, SciVisum delivers performance measurement and improvement to clients’ business critical web-based systems and for their national and international networks. Through SciVisum’s testing and recommendations, clients can substantially increase visitor rates and customer satisfaction levels by achieving gains in key journey delivery times, increasing ability to handle peak load levels, and reducing error rates.
BarCamp is an ad-hoc unconference born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos and interaction from attendees.
Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.
When you come, be prepared to share with barcampers.
When you leave, be prepared to share it with the world
For further information, please contact: