Helmes System Analyst Kaisa Soovik and Business Area Manager Deniss Ojastu will be delivering a public lecture “QuickStart – from idea to software quickly and successfully” at the Estonian IT College

Helmes_avalik loengOn 8th of November 2016 at 1 pm, Helmes System Analyst Kaisa Soovik and Business Area Manager Deniss Ojastu will be delivering a public lecture “QuickStart – from idea to software quickly and successfully” at the Estonian IT College.

Software development is often just like constructing buildings – deadlines are not met, actual look and feel is different from what has been promised, there are unforeseen costs, and customer is not happy. We face such risks on daily basis – and will talk about how to do it right.

How to start a software project fast – and start in a right way? What questions to ask from a customer who comes with a request “I want to build a new webpage which shall be like Uber, but for baby parents”? How do we see a development cycle – and different roles involved there? How to make smart choice before, during and after coding a piece of algorithm? These are some questions we aim to cover.

The public lecture will be held in English and will be taking place in Estonian IT College building in Mustamäe, Raja 4C, room314.

A live broadcast of the public lecture will also be available on IT College website at www.itcollege.ee.

Join the public lecture in Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/events/1436560043040974/).

IT College public lectures are delivered by distinguished IT experts and theoreticians with the aim of introducing the essential concepts, developments and theories of information and communication technology. The events are free and open to the public (www.itcollege.ee/avalikud-loengud/).

Estonian Information Technology College is a professional higher education institution established in 2000, managed by Information Technology Foundation for Education (HITSA). It is possible to obtain professional higher education in the curricula of IT Systems Administration, IT Systems Development, Information Systems Analysis and Cyber Security Engineering. In total, more than 1040 students study in the IT College in day, evening and distance learning courses.

 

Additional Information:

Mariana Mutso, Tech Recruiter
Helmes AS
Lõõtsa 6B, 11415 Tallinn
Tel +372 515 6180
mariana.mutso@helmes.ee
www.helmes.ee
www.facebook.com/Helmes-123894137681773

 

Marje Meenov, Marketing Manager
Estonian Information Technology College
Raja 4C, 12616 Tallinn
Tel +372 6285 817
marje.meenov@itcollege.ee
www.itcollege.ee
www.facebook.com/itcollege.ee
www.facebook.com/estonianitcollege
twitter.com/itcollege_ee
www.youtube.com/estonianitcollege

Information Technology Foundation for Education
www.hitsa.ee