We need more women mentors. This was the key message in a Philippine Web Designers Organization (PWDO) & User Experience Philippines (UXPH), which invited key women mentors in the technology space to talk with other aspiring designers. The original concept for the program came from the fact that gender diversity & women empowerment has been […]
“What are our objectives and key results as a community?” This was the key question discussed and raised during the PH Tech Leads meetup last February 13, 2019 at the Workable.PH co-working space in Ortigas, Pasig City. Initially the group, lead by UX Philippines community leads, discussed what were OKRs. OKR is an objectives […]
Hosted by Accenture Philippines, 16 tech community leaders met last January 23 for its 24th monthly meetup with the agenda of evaluating last year’s initiatives and plan for the year 2019. The tech community leads’ initiative is an effort to gather all the PH Tech Community Organizers on a regular basis so they can learn […]
Whether you’re a developer, an enthusiast or someone who wants to reach out to developers, here is your guide to the annual major developer conferences in the Philippines organized by different tech communities. DevCon Summit DEVCON Summit, known as The Biggest Developer Conference in the Philippines, is a national conference that aims to explore the […]
A week ago, as we prepared for our last <form> function() & .class, we were waiting for the speakers, Hui Jing Chen, Holger Bartel, and Vitaly Friedman, to fly in and welcome them with a dinner. One flight kept getting rescheduled, until we finally discovered the real cause of delay.
Experience a Masterclass Web Design and Front-end Development at the 9th Form Function & Class
The Philippine Web Designers Organization celebrates its 10th year by launching an all-Masterclass edition of <form> function() & .class, featuring Vitaly Friedman, Hui Jing Chen, & Holger Bartel. What started out as a simple goal of starting a web design conference in the Philippines has turned into a highly-admired and well-loved event for the community, by the community. The first <form> […]
The rise in the number of tech communities in the Philippines dates back in the early days of the WWW in the Philippines (circa 1995). From mailing lists to BBS (Bulletin Board System), which later evolved into online forums, tech communities in the country began conducting mini-EBs (Eye Balls or what we know now as […]