As the summer hots up, we’re exploring ways to keep yourself busy in the second half of 2015. Whether you’re from the North East or you’re here on holiday or business, the region has a whole host of activities to keep you busy.
In this section you can keep up to date with all the awesome events happening around the region, either uploaded by you, your Epic Friends or us! To kick things off we’d like to mention a few of the events that we and our sister company Sharpe Recruitment sponsor:
- PHP North East (http://phpne.org.uk/) - third Tuesday of every month
- WordPress North East (http://wpnortheast.co.uk/) - several times a year
- Python North East (http://pythonnortheast.co.uk/) - monthly
All three of the above meet at Campus North (http://ignite100.com/)
Following the success of the UK’s first ever North East DrupalCamp event held last year, Drupal North East, North West and Yorkshire are teaming up to bring together the Drupal community once again in an even bigger event, DrupalCamp North!
Please join us to celebrate the achievements of our final work students.
Amazing Media, announce a special gig to showcase the best emerging music in the North East. The event on Friday 22nd May at Sage Gateshead will celebrate the launch of Amazing Record Co., amazing's new independent record label. Featuring locally sourced talent in the form of Tessera Skies, Bridie Jackson and The Arbour, and Immy Williams, the Amazing Presents... night promises to deliver on the potential that amazing has been helping to nurture since 2007.
Sohe set to host exclusive one-‐year anniversary party on 30th April. It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since Sohe first opened its doors and burst onto the Newcastle restaurant scene. Located in Jesmond, this Asian Fusion restaurant has quickly become a hotspot for vibrant dining in the city.
Responsible Business Week is an opportunity for Newcastle University Business School is delighted to be partnering with Business in the Community (BITC), Northumbria University along with local and regional charities to participate in an EXPO event at the Great North Museum.
Newcastle University Business School's, Little Heresies events challenge the existing theories and practices of public policy, via experts from a variety of backgrounds.
Setting standards for local and global business practice – and boosting revenues!
Professor MacDonald will discuss under-represented groups in science, technology and engineering, and the morning will focus on her report to consider: "When it comes to encouraging women into science, technology and engineering, we just haven’t got the messaging right. Most girls decide that jobs and careers in science are “not for people like me”.