Exeter's meetup for web and tech professionals

Exeter-Web organises bimonthly meetups for people who work on or around the web. The group includes designers, developers, marketers, animators, copywriters, photographers and many more professions.

The meetups are informal gatherings which begin with three 10 minute talks and then move to the bar where people can network and catchup. The events are great opportunities for learning and meeting allied professionals. The informal environment and smaller audience (around 10-25) size make it a great place to ask questions and practice presentation skills.

We welcome speakers on many different subjects, whether it is their first or one-hundredth talk. We aim to split the presentations into design, development and business categories - slanted towards learning and not pitching or selling.


Our next meetup is on the 27th of March at 7:00pm


Previously


March madness

Planning three talks on Design, Development and Business and then networking at the bar of The City Gate Hotel

Sign up on the Meet-up group to attend - look forward to seeing you there.

More details to follow...

Web Components
by Rich Bradshaw
Is Testing Just an Optional Extra?
by Martin Wrigley

The first 2014

A little more then 3 years after we first started and we had a great turn-out of 40+ local Web Designers and Developers at our regular venue The City Gate Hotel.

This time two talks followed by the the usual drinks at the bar.

Graph Database Neo4j
by Gerry McNicol
Putting users at the centre of your projects by talking to them
by Dan Goodwin

Festive Meetup

Festive Meet-up - no talks just a few drinks at the bar and a chance to get to know local Designers & Developers


September meetup

Charlotte Quickenden from Bow Software will be giving a talk titled "Dream big. I want that client / project" - using examples of how, as a small team, they've managed to win big projects.

Jamie Reynolds will be talking about the designer / developer process and his experiences of straddling the divide.

Kevin Baldwyn will introduce Phing, a PHP based build tool, similar to apache ANT, and how it can improve your deployment process.


See all past meetups

Our Open Device Lab

Exeter Web has available a collection of devices for testing. Drop by and test your work.

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The Calendar

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