A Fyne future for graphical app development

Andrew Williams

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How to (and why) build a new, open source, GUI toolkit that rethinks how we build graphical applications across any platform. It’s a community effort.

Andrew’s previous jobs have included Chief Technology Officer at Administrate, one of Scotland’s fast growing technology businesses, specialising in training management software, CTO with mobile apps developer Kotikan, where he built an Engineering department of 20 talented software experts, developing industry leading apps for clients such as Skyscanner, The Fringe and FanDuel. Since graduating from the University of Edinburgh in 2003, Andrew has been involved in various software companies and open source groups both in Scotland and in Silicon Valley. He has been a founding member of many different startups and is now focusing his efforts on open source projects, working hard to support the software community locally and abroad.

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13.20

 

Session 4

Ten Traits that Differentiate the most Trusted Advisors

Getting value from data – productionising data science

Innovating with Immigration.

 

Austen Mulinder

Dr James McMinn

Jamie Kerr

14.10

 

Olivia Gambelin, Joseph Crispell

Kathryn Strachan

Peter Proud

Brian Baglow

Paul Neeson and Andrew Noble

15.30

Session 6

A Fyne future for graphical development

Launching terrestrial tech into the space marketplace

Tales from the Crypt(o)

Serverless Architecture

 

Andrew Williams


Dr David Alexander

Matt Summers

Julian Wood

16.15

 

Closing Keynote

Steve Guggenheimer, Corporate Vice President – AI & ISV Engagement at Microsoft Corporation 

17.15

Young Software Engineer of the Year Awards

The YSE Awards recognise the best undergraduate software projects, drawn from across all students studying computing science and software engineering in Scotland.

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