Friday, September 22, 2017  |  Halton HiVE | Drop in anytime, 8:30am - 5pm

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Here's your opportunity to experience and experiment with co-working. Join fellow members at our monthly Silicon Halton Day at the coworking space Halton HiVE, Burlington. 

Our ideas are products of our environment. They are influenced by the conversations around us.
- Clive Thompson, Contributing Editor, Wired Magazine

Random opportunities and discoveries that arise from interactions with others – play a large role in coworking
- from Working in the UnOffice from Night Owls Press

If you’ve experienced the favourable collisions, the random opportunities, that regularly occur during the short span of a Silicon Halton meetup, imagine the possibilities during a full day? Collisions are the probable interactions with other local tech businesses or professionals or ancillary tech services. These collisions routinely produce discoveries, economic and/or professional growth.

If you work in home office or small office, can you afford not to come?

Lunch & Learn? Maybe

Interested in delivering a 1hr lunch & learn presentation? Contact Rick Stomphorst at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Choose your own window

What time you spend at The HiVE is your decision. Come for an hour, the morning or afternoon, just for the Lunch & Learn, or all day. Come in, find a desk, get to work.

Free wifi, plenty of power outlets and seating locations to choose from.

About The HiVE

HaltonHive logo 300xThe Halton HiVE is an open concept office space reengineered for IT professionals, startups, freelancers and entrepreneurs. Those in the tech space know that “collisions”, unplanned interfacing between IT, Digital Media, ecommerce, etc., professionals often produce economic and/or professional growth. Read more about The HiVE here.

Learn more about the Burlington HiVE here: www.burlingtonhive.com and follow @HaltonHiVE, or contact at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and 1-866-427-2450

Cost: No cost for Silicon Halton members ($39 value each). 

Location: Halton HiVE, 901 Guelph Line, Burlington – on the South-East corner of Guelph Line & Harvester Rd. [map]

Discuss: Silicon Halton members can discuss the event here.

Register: Register at the door

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September 22, 2017  |  9am - 10:30am

Strategic Planning - Ready to build you Strategic Plan for the 2017/2018?  Time to start thinking about how you'll grow your business this year as people come off summer holidays and get heads down to work.  We explore the core elements of a strategic plan - and how you can get the most value out of building one.

Learn from other Solopreneurs.  This is an open group targeting the Solopreneurs in Halton. A valuable forum where hi-tech Solopreneurs in our community can learn, grow, and seek peer advice.  Learn more about the Solo Peer-2-Peer here.

Where: Halton Hive,  [map]

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Monday, September 25th at 7pm | Halton Hive - 901 Guelph Line, Burlington

register now

This meetup will cover some concepts around .NET Microservices and Docker containerization.  Microsoft has released a set of Architecture Guidelines and Sample code for Microservice architecture using Docker, and we will do a walkthrough of this content.  We'll be examining the code in Visual Studio and discussing the details of the architecture choices made in the Sample application.

We'll also discuss highlights and interesting topics from .NET Conf, a free virtual conference from the .NET Community and Microsoft, happening from September 19th to the 21st.  If you're a .NET Developer you will almost certainly want to check it out.

Hope to see you there!

 

For more info, please contact the Software Peer2Peer organizer:  

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September2017 InternetOfThings

September 26, 2017 | 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm | Halton HiVE, Burlington

Over the past three years, Silicon Halton cofounder, Chris Herbert has been researching the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and has engaged with many entrepreneurs, technologists and venture capitalists to assess the market opportunity for his ventures, clients and for Silicon Halton members. 

TL;DR

  • Audience: Entrepreneurs, consultants, hardware and software developers
  • Review of IIoT market growth and platforms
  • Early stage use cases
  • Key insights learned from one on one discussions with IIoT companies and IIoT Symposium event
  • New IoT initiatives for Silicon Halton community

Technology companies are bringing to market IoT/IIoT (industrial IoT) "platforms" and a host of "smart" solutions such as smart cities, smart grid, smart farming, smart this and smart that.  According to a study by Verizon the internet of things is poised to transform virtually every major market sector, growing to more than 5.4 billion connections by 2020. Some say the internet of things is more hype than reality while others say the contrary. And, there are plenty of predictions on the growth of the IoT/IIoT market. Too many perhaps!

There's a lot of noise, hype and confusion in the market. What's an IIoT platform? What's an LP Wan network and why is it important for IoT adoption and acceleration? Should Silicon Halton members invest time, money and effort in developing skills, expertise, products and services for the IoT/IIoT market? 

During this meetup you will:

  • Get a better understanding of the market. We’ll separate the hype from real world facts, use cases and identify potential opportunities for Silicon Halton tech entrepreneurs, developers and the SH membership
  • Identify some of the key players, including local Canadian companies, in the IoT/IIoT market that you should know about and why
  • identify key compelling reasons why companies are adopting IoT/IIoT solutions and in what industries and the IoT adoption path
  • Network, eat some pizza and have conversations with entrepreneurs and subject matter experts in the IoT/IIoT space

Schedule / Format

  • 6:30 pm: Registration, Pizza, Networking & Silicon Halton announcements
  • 7:00 pm: Interactive presentation with additional subject matter experts and meetup attendees
  • 8:00 pm: Panel Q&A
  • 8:30 pm: Informal Q&A, networking and demos (stay tuned). We’ll head out when the last person leaves the room!

Presenters

Chris Herbert, Ventures: Silicon Halton | TechIgniters | Mi6 Agency

Chris is the cofounder of Silicon Halton and the new TechIgniters™ an Excelerater™ for Tech Entrepreneurs in Halton Region. Over the past three years he’s extensively researched the IoT/IIoT market and worked with some of the pioneers in IoT including Oakville based Maps BI (acquired by Geotab in 2016), SkyHawk Telematics and Geotab.  He’s covered McRock Capital’s IIoT Symposium over the past three years including the 2017 event held this past May.

Panelists, Entrepreneurs and Subject Matter Experts

Craig Stark, IoT Foundry | Ben Zimmer, Enable Education | Mike Branch, Geotab | Johnny Ramoutar, SensorSuite


The Venue

Halton Hive - 901 Guelph Line, Burlington
www.HaltonHive.com and follow @HaltonHiVE, or contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 905.592.2590.

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Monthly | Oakville, ON

Learn to be a better CEO/COO

The purpose is to help CEOs/COOs make higher quality decisions faster in order to grow their hi tech business. Ultimately, they will build stronger companies and stronger ICT cluster in Halton Region. 

A self-directed group, facilitated by Silicon Halton, the group decides the monthly topics, in order to provide the most timely and best value to them.

Membership is by invitation.

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details or learn more here.

 

 

 

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