Picture This – an event around images for practioners and developers at Dev8D+
Developers – We Need You!
Just one day after Valentine’s Day, come and feel the respect we have for you at Picture This!
This one-day workshop being run as part of the Dev8D+ programme of events at ULU, London, on 15th February, is a great chance to work on real-life problems around image metadata, talk to practitioners, help to solve their problems and… feel the respect!
Picture This! is a one-day workshop taking place at Dev8D+ and run jointly by the Metadata Forum and the Application Profiles Support project. The workshop will bring together developers and non-technical practitioners to explore the issues around image-based metadata. Starting with a programme of lightning talks where participants can share experiences, explain problems and pitch ideas, the day will focus on providing participants with practical solutions to image metadata problems. The workshop offers a unique opportunity for participants from a technical and non-technical background to work together to find ways to improve the delivery of services dealing with images. The event requires no previous experience, just an interest in metadata and images and a willingness to explore working together.
We’re offering -
- A Developer Challenge that will run throughout Dev8D – 16th-17th Feb with first prize of £50 Amazon voucher and second prize of £25 Amazon voucher.
Tokens to swap for exciting, enticing mystery prizes throughout the day and night of 16th Feb – Rewards for your solutions from grateful practitioners – Free lunch – Our undying respect and devotion
What you need to do -
- Log in to the Picture This! page on the Dev8D wiki, where you can get updates of problems practitioners are facing and see if you can offer a solution – Come along on to the workshop and listen to lightning talks outlining more problems and issues – Talk to practitioners about your ideas for solving their problems – Work with them to develop solutions – Grab your prizes – Feel our respect for you! You will need to book for the event.