Tech events to look out for this coming week

Tech Hubs in Uganda

Tomorrow, we are entering into the second week of July, which began on a sad note-to-many because of the social media and mobile money taxes. UberBoda had also introduced free rides but, unfortunately, the promotion is also ending today, Sunday.

An online challenge, however, has been set in which customers can have it extended.

Aside from the aforementioned, below are some of the other events you need to look up to as the new week begins.

Tuesday, June 10

GIST TechConnect webchat

GIST, or Global Innovation through Science and Technology alongside the U.S Mission to Uganda will host a webchat at Innovation Village at 6pm, where various stakeholders will share ideas on how to identify and support women entrepreneurs in the startup ecosystem.

The discussion will be led by a panel made of women in entrepreneurship. Attendants will be able to pause questions to the experts through a live chat.

Tuesday, July 10

React Native Part 2

Developer Circles Kampala are resuming ‘Reactive Native’ series, and this time the host will be Ronald Kasendwa, the Head of Software (USSD and mobile apps) at Eversend). The last edition was held in May.

Participants learn how to build cross-platform mobile applications using Javascript. The event will take place from 5:30 pm to 8pm at Outbox Hub. React Native is an open source project started by Facebook. It allows developers to build cross-platform mobile apps using JavaS,cript.

Thursday, June 12

Stanbic Bank has organized a Tech Contracts Master Class for different professionals. The programme will run for two days at Serena Hotel and participants will walk away with Certificates in Technolgy Contracting.

URA Open Minds Forum

Still, on Thursday, youth will gather at UMA Show grounds Lugogo from 9am to 3pm to share and learn about financial discipline.

Saturday, June 14

Intellectual Property Master Class for startups

Outbox in partnership with ABN and Intellectual Property Center will conduct a Master Class programme on how startups can safeguard their intellectual property.

The event will take place at Outbox Hub at Soliz House, Lumumba Avenue from 9am to 1pm. To register, click here.

The article will be updated if an event or changes come up.


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