Don’t Miss Dublin: Table Quizzes, Career Zoos, SAFe Play & Singing Dogs

Events Don't Miss Dublin

Essential DubTech happenings for the next seven days:

Startups for Refugees’ Table Quiz, Thursday Sept 10th, Guinness Storehouse:
Dublin’s startup community (in partnership with UNICEF) gathers to raise much-needed funds for the victims of the ongoing refugee crisis. And who doesn’t love a table quiz? Teams of four can be registered for only €50, and it all kicks off at 6.30PM.

#CareerZoo10, Saturday Sept 12th, Convention Centre:
Expect a massive turnout for the latest installment of the nation’s most popular tech recruitment event. For those seeking gainful employment, a multitude of roles will be on offer from employers in the tech, biopharma and finance sectors, for starters. Did we mention that there’s a talent war on?

Lady & The Tramp, Saturday Sept 12th, Merion Square
What better way to experience the magic of Dublin in full effect (especially now that the summer has belatedly turned up) than with an outdoor screening of Disney’s animated classic, as presented by the mad geniuses at Happenings. All together, now: “He’s a tramp, and I love him…”

Agile at Scale: SAFe, LeSS, Tue Sept 15th, AOL Ireland:
A session to introduce and review various Agile at Scale approaches (with a particular focus on the Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe), followed by a dive into how traditional and Scrum project leaders will benefit from extending their knowledge and use of Lean practices and enterprise methods at program and portfolio levels.

An Evening With Intercom: On Raising Capital, Wed Sept 16th, Laughter Lounge:
After their massively successful On Product event, Intercom CEO Eoghan McCabe interviews the company’s investors about raising money and the state of the tech industry. NB: It will sell out, and your tenner admission fee goes direct to Coder Dojo.

NB: Your essential resourse for all Dublin Tech events remains Startup Digest.

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