Tech Talk Tokyo #5
What is Tech Talk Tokyo?
Tech Talk Tokyo is a space with a concept that global engineers get together to have fun, where they have a lightening talk about “Tech” and send their ideas to the audience.
It might give you an impression that sending your ideas or anything to audience is difficult. But Tech Talk Tokyo is a casual space to talk about anything you want about Tech.
Tech Talk Tokyo Report
If you are interested in coming along, please click “Register.”
If you are interested in taking 5min lighting talk, please contact us.
Content of the talk
It’s a lightening talk, and we would like you to talk about what you are interested in about “Tech,” what you have developed these three months, etc for 5 minutes.
Let’s have a fan time with other participants with “Tech” and “Global” as words in common. We will prepare some alcohol and some pizza.
|19:15||open a door|
|19:30||Start, short speech|
|19:40||LT①「MVVM is like a fracture （MVVMは骨折のようなもの）」|
|19:45||LT②「Staying sharp: ideas to keeping learning constant」|
|20:20||LT③「tvOS Game with Unity」|
|20:25||LT④「React UI development: introduction to "UI Component as API"」|
|20:30||LT④「Improving app translations - Tips to localize with the help of users!」|
Speakers of this time
「Improving app translations - Tips to localize with the help of users!」
- João Orui - Sofware Engineer at Drivemode, Inc.
Builds mobile and web apps. Currently working on internationalization efforts and many other areas of the Drivemode app.
Prior to Drivemode, I was at mixi developing apps for new businesses initiatives.
Born brazilian, raised in Osaka mastering Kansai-ben and then forgetting it after several years in Kanto.
「React UI development: introduction to "UI Component as API"」
- Itaru Kitagawa (Twitter: @kita_ly) Web Engineer (Server-Side & Front-End) at BizReach Inc.
Recently obsessed with SPA (Single Page Application) Development.
Scala, PlayFramework, TypeScript, Angular.js, React.js, MySQL, ElasticSearch, AWS
「MVVM is like a fracture （MVVMは骨折のようなもの）」
- Kentaro Haneda (@jumbOS5) Mobile Developer RareJob Inc.
He is professional smartphone engineer, and lead the mobile development at RareJob.
「Staying sharp: ideas to keeping learning constant」
- Marion Kamoike-Bouguet - full-stack web dev at AQ
Originally studied programming and a bit of neural networks in EPITECH, Paris.
Moved to the web side of dev with her first job in a design agency, then Tokyo, 7 years ago.
「tvOS Game with Unity」
- Kenshi Kamata (@knsh14) Clinet Engineer for KLab.
Interested in Unity, tvOS, watchOS, Golang.
this is the first time to attend TTT & English LT.
We welcome your participation
-Web/IT Engineers who are interested in working globally
Are you going to be late?
The main door will be closed at 8pm, please watch this.