Archive for Galway
Here is a short video about Rail Girls Galway, which Ericsson is proud to support:
For more about RailGirls Galway, you can visit: http://railsgirls.com/galway
RailGirls that is. If you have never heard of it before, RailGirls’ aim is to give tools and a community for women to understand technology and to build their ideas. They do this by providing a great experience on building things and by making technology more approachable.
Rails Girls was born in Finland, but is nowadays a global, non-profit volunteer community, and recently held an event in Galway which Ericsson supported with sponsorship and engineers.
If you missed it, don’t worry, I’m sure there will be future events soon, but in the meantime, this might give you a feeling for one of the events if you think RailGirls might be for you and you think you might like to attend:
Hi Everyone, as you may know, I like to promote Ireland as best I can – I genuinely think its a great place to live and work (if I didn’t, I’d move). Anyway – I thought I would share with you these photographs of a recent holiday in Ireland. There is nowhere else in the world, you will see scenery like this:
or see a man playing music to a donkey that has a dog on its back:
A great coup for NUI Galway as they landed the role for leading Ireland’s involvement in the €3m EU project Big Data Public Private Forum (BIG).
According to NUI, The BIG project aims to:
provide a platform for industry, research, policy makers, and community initiatives to discuss the challenges of Big Data and the emerging Data Economy. The project is developing a requirements roadmap together with action plans for addressing these challenges at the European-level. The project sees eleven companies, research institutions and community initiatives from six European countries join forces to tackle issue surrounding Big Data
For more, you can visit the NUI Galway website here: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/news-and-events/news-archive/2013/april2013/3-million-eu-project-to-roadmap-a-big-data-strategy-for-europe.html