Web tutorials & Startup müsli

Lectures and discussions every tuesday 7pm–9pm
The web and the latest in IT

Web tutorials are a regular weekly get-together to everyone who considers the web to be more than just a hobby. Meet people who know the meaning behind the semantic use of HTML codes, who know what CSS is, and realize that Flash offers more than just intrusive entry movies. High quality lectures are a great opportunity for a chat and sharing experiences. The aim is raising awareness about the increasingly advanced functioning of the web and its services; an awareness and keeping up with this current of new approaches and solutions that appear with the development and design of web systems, services, or applications. Web tutorials are intended as a helping tool for students, young enterprises and individuals to keep up with the times, awaken inspirations and fresh ideas, and most importantly, to connect with other professionals on a personal level and in terms of social networking. Web tutorials are lectures held by experts, and concerning topics such as the web, web services or other activities connected to the development or design of web applications. The themes can also reach into the fields of mobile applications’ development, and graphic design. Organizers are Dejan Gajšek and Jernej Gračner.

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Startup müsli

Start-up müsli stands for events organized with start-up enthusiasts from Slovenia in cooperation with the Business Incubator of the University of Maribor. The events will serve as a presentation of Slovenian IT companies, especially young firms or those that are explicitly development-oriented. Start-up müsli events are oriented to company founders lecturing about the business path they have walked so far, and their aims for the future. The heart of the concept involves the connection of three key elements for success in innovation: IT – culture – enterprise. It is a concept pretty unknown to the young population of the region and in this way we wish to bring it closer to the widest possible circle of interested public. The project is intended mostly for students of computer sciences, business and economics, new media and art.