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CategoryBusiness
DateTuesday, June 03, 2014
AuthorStaff

WhatClinic Aids Software Developers in Ireland

Partnership with TCube Extends Up-Skilling and training Programme for Irish Enterprise Software, Web and Mobile Communities and Start-Ups

 

 

Kevin_OConnor_Offline_Assistant_Caelen_King_WhatClinic_Des_Martin_3funnell.jpgToday, TCube, a Dublin city-centre hub for technology user group Meetups and start-up co-working, announces its partnership WhatClinic.com, a global healthcare search engine. The partnership will support will further enhance TCube's scheduled enterprise, web, mobile and digital software technology meetups along with training workshops for the coming 12 months.

 

 

Last year, Dublin headquartered WhatClinic.com helped over 15 million people all over the world to find, compare and book the right clinics for them. With detailed listings for over 100,000 clinics, and genuine patient reviews and clinic feedback, its goal is to empower patients to make informed elective healthcare decisions. The company says almost 60 people are employed in Dublin, more than half in a technical capacity, and it recognises the importance of up-skilling and training people in the wider Irish software community, as it's a core focus within its own business.

 

 

The partnership with TCube sets WhatClinic.com apart because their support is facilitating the continuance of knowledge transfer across the Irish software community. It allows TCube to continue building upon the hosting of weekly in-house and third party software tech Meetups in its 50 seat venue, co-working space for start-ups in the  communities, and regular training workshops that seek to increase skills and knowledge in front-end web and mobile development including the latest scheduling of a series of six full-day intensive workshops centred around CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript and jQuery .

 

 

Caelen King, Founder and CEO WhatClinic.com, comments; "WhatClinic.com understands what it's like to be a start-up and the importance of industry support for new companies and developer communities. As a key driver for business in Ireland and internationally, it is essential that we support the advancement and training of our developers and the IT community to sustain competitive advantage and drive business growth."

 

 

Since May 2013 TCube, an independently run social enterprise, has hosted over 80 meetups and workshops for knowledge transfer of skills such as Java, Scala, Lucene, Drools, Groovy, Grails, Gradle, Hadoop, Vertex.io, PHP, .NET, Front End Web Languages (JavaScript, HTML5, jQuery, CSS3) Git / Github, Web and Software, testing, agile and continuous development, Software Architecture, Cassandra, Big Data and Data Analytics, NoSQL Databases (Riak, Couchbase, Oracle NoSQL, Apache Gora) Devops, Web Security, Fintech, Bitcoin, Start-up events (Growth Hacking, Startup marketing, Find a Cofounder, Venture Capital).

 

 

Aside from Irish based attendees, over 1600 software developers and speakers have been drawn from countries as far as US, UK, Australia, India and mainland Europe.

 

 

In addition to WhatClinic.com, TCube's current partners and customers include companies of all sizes that have software development as a large component of their businesses, including AOL, Accenture, AIB Bank, Airspeed, AppDynamics, Appfactory, Basho Technologies, CKSK, Couchbase, Daft.ie, Directski, DnB, Gilt Groupe, GIT, Gotcha Ninjas, HP, Lucidworks, Magnet Networks, Microsoft, Mobile Travel Technologies, Paddy Power, Provident CRM, Realex Payments, Sabeo Technologies, Sentenial, SugarCRM, TerminalFOUR, Waratek, Velocity, Webfactory, and Zerogrey

 

 

Barry Alistair, a Community Ambassador at TCube, said; "TCube is delighted to be supported by companies like WhatClinic.com because they understand that to have a viable and sustainable web business you have to move with the times. Moving with the times means up-skilling and training people, and that, in essence, is what TCube strives to do for the greater tech community in Ireland."

 

 

 

 

 

 

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