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  • Guest Writer, Author at Digital Times - Page 6 of 6 | Digital Times - Part 6
    Guest Writer May 14 2014 Marketing creative content skills are increasingly in demand Growing your business By Guest Writer May 14 2014 Midleton College Cork lifts off at the Eircom Junior Spiders Mobile Sites Apps New Ideas By Guest Writer May 5 2014 Sara Lewkowicz wins Sony World Photography Award News By Guest Writer May 3 2014 Hilfiger Denim launches Instagram and Twitter contest Growing your business By Guest Writer April 29 2014 Human vs Machine Time for a peace treaty Growing your business By Guest Writer April 25 2014 Startup Weekend is coming to Galway Raise Money By Guest Writer April 22 2014 Are we human or are we data Growing your business By Guest Writer April 12 2014 Selling online You need a CRO strategy Growing your business By Guest Writer April 2 2014 The top three latest mobile phone technologies for SMEs Build a site By Guest Writer January 23 2014 1 2 3 4 5 6 Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin Subscribe to our feed Search DT Articles Stephen Conmy editor of Digital Times is now editor of ThinkBusiness ie Go to ThinkBusiness ie for your business needs News

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  • Cash up wins PCH Hackathon | Digital Times
    of innovative hardware solutions with cutting edge design The first design and hardware PCH hackathon winners First prize went to Cash Up who developed and prototyped a connected cash register for automated cash management The team was awarded a 1 500 fund for the continuing development of their product sponsored by AIB and consulting from Each Other to perfect their design The team also received three tickets to the Web Summit Second prize was awarded to City which developed a bicycle powered connected sensor The team received a 1 000 cash prize for the development of their product and an Autodesk Licence Third prize was awarded to PillPal who developed a smart pill box to tackle medical non compliance The team received a 500 cash prize for the development of their product Other PCH hackathon prototypes Among the other prototypes developed at the weekend were a control and monitoring system for urban allotments a sensor to monitor the shelf life of products and a wearable sensor to monitor air quality We want to thank all the participants who came out over 36 hours to participate in this multidisciplinary hackathon said PCH Founder and CEO Liam Casey We are very excited to involve industrial design for the first time and to see such creativity and passion for product innovation As we all know design is the key to great products and great brands When engineers and designers collaborate you get the greatest innovation and greatest value for consumers Related posts Pharmalytics is the winner of Ireland s first Hardware Hackathon Ireland s first design and hardware Hackathon at DCU Ireland s first Hardware Hackathon Weekend Irish start up FabAllThings wins place at Seedcamp design hackathon hardware PCH Stephen Conmy Editor writer content specialist digital consultant and event organiser Read more by

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  • Pharmalytics wins Ireland's first Hardware Hackathon | Digital Times
    judges today The judges included representatives from DCU PCH AIB Cisco Tyndall Institute Design Partners and Frontline Ventures Pharmalytics is the winner of Ireland s first dedicated Hardware Hackathon The two day event held in the Dublin City University DCU Innovation Campus saw over 120 hardware developers come together to collaborate to conceive and then build a range of new hardware solutions First prize went to Pharmalytics who developed a connected pharmacy fridge with sensors to monitor temperature and medicines in the fridge The device sends alerts to pharmacies ensuring medicines are kept at correct temperatures and do not have to be checked manually The team was awarded a 1 500 fund for the continuing development of the product sponsored by AIB and a Start Your Own Business course sponsored by Dublin City Local Enterprise Board Second prize was awarded to Homebox who created a smart package delivery box that allows delivery companies to securely delivery a package when nobody is at home The team received a 1 000 fund and will also benefit from a Start Your Own Business course among other prizes Third prize was awarded to Eco pulse who developed a product for monitoring water quality in residential areas not connected to main water sources The team received 500 Related posts Ireland s first Hardware Hackathon Weekend UCD opens Shackleton Lounge for students of the Innovation Academy Thinking Big UCD student forum discusses Ireland s future Education Minister says Ireland caught behind the curve of the digital revolution Hardware Hackathon Stephen Conmy Editor writer content specialist digital consultant and event organiser Read more by Stephen Conmy Follow Stephen Conmy on Follow Stephen Conmy on twitter Follow Stephen Conmy on facebook Follow Stephen Conmy on linkedin Partners Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on

    Original URL path: http://www.digitaltimes.ie/pharmalytics-winner-irelands-first-hardware-hackathon/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Ireland's first Hardware Hackathon Weekend | Digital Times
    There is room for 100 participants The event will begin with attendees proposing ideas and forming teams They can pitch their product ideas to the audience in an effort to attract people to join their teams The best ideas will be voted on and participants will then work in their teams over 46 hours from 7 30pm on Friday evening to their final presentations at 5 30pm on Sunday evening The panel will feature industry professionals including Paddy Cosgrave founder and CEO The Summit Liam Casey founder and CEO PCH Philip Moynagh V P Internet of Things Group Intel Corporation Ben Harris CEO Drop Further information together with information about how to participate and register is available at hwhackathon com Ticket prices 25 40 after August 20th 15 Student Limited number available to valid student ID holders The event is a non profit event with tickets costs going directly towards food and supplies over the weekend Tickets can be purchased on the event website Prizes include 3 000 fund for the continuing development of the winning product sponsored by AIB An individually tailored Start Your Own Business course for the top two teams sponsored by Dublin City Local Enterprise Board An Intel Galileo board for each member of the winning team Electron engineering consultations with PCH s award winning in house team Product design consultations with Design Partners Free 3D printing Rasberry Pi and Arduino kits Related posts Startup Weekend is coming to Galway Student Startup Weekend uncovers young tech gems Intel confirms 5 billion Irish campus upgrade Eventbrite has further plans to disrupt event market Guest Writer Read more by Guest Writer Follow Guest Writer on Follow Guest Writer on twitter Follow Guest Writer on facebook Follow Guest Writer on linkedin Partners Follow us on twitter Follow us on

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  • Midleton College Cork lifts off at the Eircom Junior Spiders - Digital Times | Digital Times
    students won an award for Best Digital Game in the senior category of this year s competition They then went on to win the overall award in the senior category to become the winners of the winners The Eircom Junior Spider Awards were set up to encourage teachers and children to improve their technology skills and their use of the web A record number of entries saw the best of this years blogs websites and apps on display at The Foundry Google s Irish headquarters Among the judges of this year s competition were Bill Liao founder of Coder DoJo and Colin Meagle founder of Continuum In total eight students from Midleton College reached this year s final Isabel Tanner reached the final in the Best App category for her project Dairygo which aims to promote milk products to young people Five out of six finalists in the Best Digital Game category were Midleton College students Oliver Norton reached the final for his game Batman Adrian Cowhig Bounce a Ball Ronan O Mahony Jump Around Fergal Roche Julian Power Revolution and Lewis Jennings Padraig Power for their game Spacechaser It s the school s first time entering the competition and it was a great achievement that so many projects reached the final stage of the competition The group travelled to the final with their teacher Ms Linehan to The Foundry Google Headquarters in Dublin on Tuesday April 29th Related posts 2014 eircom Junior Spider Awards open for entries 2 500 Irish students answer Google s Call to Code 10 great apps for college students Paul Clarke wins 50th BT Young Scientist Technology Exhibition Apps eircom Eircom Junior Spiders gaming Google students Guest Writer Read more by Guest Writer Follow Guest Writer on Follow Guest Writer on twitter Follow Guest Writer

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  • Does Ireland deserve the title ‘tech capital of Europe’? - Digital Times | Digital Times
    digital debates which will see two industry experts reflect on the technology industry in Ireland and debate new ideas to shape Ireland s digital technology future The first debate will see Irish Times journalist Karlin Lillington go head to head with Professor Martin Curley vice president of Intel Corporation to contest whether Ireland deserves the accolade tech capital of Europe Moderating the debate will be RTÉ Technology and Science Correspondent Will Goodbody The debate will be hosted by Digital Skills Academy at the Wood Quay Venue Wood Quay Dublin 8 at 6pm on Wednesday 2nd April 2014 Register for a free ticket through Eventbrite Digital showcase for talent seekers The digital debate event will coincide with a showcase of digital projects developed by the current participants of the Digital Skills Academy s digital technology degree programme WebElevate The digital projects which range from innovative mobile web and tablet apps to mobile optimised websites and social media campaigns will be showcased to recruiters and companies in hiring mode prior to and after the digital debate event DigitalDebate Related posts A bridge to a career in the real world of the games industry Ireland s tech tour goes looking for business DIT to showcase the app developers of the future Electric Ireland wins Best in Europe sponsorship award Digital debate digital skills academy irish times Karlin Lillington Stephen Conmy Editor writer content specialist digital consultant and event organiser Read more by Stephen Conmy Follow Stephen Conmy on Follow Stephen Conmy on twitter Follow Stephen Conmy on facebook Follow Stephen Conmy on linkedin Partners Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin Subscribe to our feed Search DT Articles Stephen Conmy editor of Digital Times is now editor of ThinkBusiness ie Go to ThinkBusiness ie for your business needs

    Original URL path: http://www.digitaltimes.ie/does-ireland-deserve-the-title-tech-capital-of-europe/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Earn as you learn - a new way to find tech graduates - Digital Times | Digital Times
    Belfast has developed a novel way to seek out and retain young graduates of Computer Science it simply pays for their Computing Systems degree while also giving them full time employment Kainos a digital technology solutions company has once again launched its Earn as you Learn scheme The initiative is aimed at A Level students in Northern Ireland who want to train as software engineers while also studying part time for a BSc Hons Computing Systems degree at University of Ulster Jordanstown UUJ Our goal this year is to attract and appoint up to ten trainee software engineers for employment starting in September 2014 We are targeting those who have completed A Levels or equivalent examinations in June 2014 says Paul Hamill head of HR at Kainos The salary received by recruits starts at 10 000 per annum with increments based upon promotion Kainos will also pay all course fees course materials provide a laptop and all the required software An open evening will be held at Kainos s offices in Belfast on Tuesday 8th April from 5pm until 8pm to find out more about the role Go here for more details Related posts Urgent need for more Big Data graduates and courses The top 10 available IT job categories in Ireland Qualtrics wants to fill 20 sales jobs by this summer Does Ireland deserve the title tech capital of Europe Computer Science graduates jobfairy jobs tech graduates technology Stephen Conmy Editor writer content specialist digital consultant and event organiser Read more by Stephen Conmy Follow Stephen Conmy on Follow Stephen Conmy on twitter Follow Stephen Conmy on facebook Follow Stephen Conmy on linkedin Partners Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin Subscribe to our feed Search DT Articles Stephen Conmy editor of Digital Times

    Original URL path: http://www.digitaltimes.ie/earn-as-you-learn-a-new-way-to-find-tech-graduates/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Jobfairy Archives - Digital Times | Digital Times
    find a job News By Stephen Conmy February 24 2015 eircom to create 375 new apprentice and graduate jobs over five years News By Stephen Conmy February 4 2015 Independent News Media to create 40 digital jobs News By Stephen Conmy July 22 2014 A tech entrepreneur development programme for jobseekers Build a site By Stephen Conmy July 19 2014 Six new firms and 17 jobs at The Digital Hub Raise Money By Stephen Conmy July 9 2014 Interview The tech recruitment industry in Ireland is broken Build a site By Stephen Conmy May 21 2014 Dublin is turning into a true technology epicentre Build a site By Stephen Conmy April 28 2014 AdRoll moves its expanding Dublin HQ to Burlington Plaza Selling online By Stephen Conmy March 30 2014 Earn as you learn a new way to find tech graduates Build a site By Stephen Conmy March 26 2014 Google is the most desired place to work in Ireland Mobile Sites Apps By Stephen Conmy March 11 2014 1 2 Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin Subscribe to our feed Search DT Articles Stephen Conmy editor of Digital Times is now editor of

    Original URL path: http://www.digitaltimes.ie/tag/jobfairy/ (2016-02-11)
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