DE:CODE 23.05.18

Bringing you the latest tech news, opinion, thoughts and chat in your weekly mid-week tech update every Wednesday at 5pm on Hoxton Radio.

Andrew is a away at The Street Child World Cup but Jim was live from Spitalfields with Sophie Jarvis co-presenting the show. They talked about Zuckerberg, Healthtech, Peter Doherty and travel apps.

More tech next week so make sure you tune in!

Upcoming events

Event name: An evening with Peak
Event date/times: Thursday, May 24th 2018 – 6.30 – 9.30PM
Event location: 4th Floor 120 Holborn EC1N 2TD
Event cost: £12
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What is this event in a nutshell?
The JAM Show & Tell is a series of friendly product meetups hosted by the most exciting startups in town. Come hear how they build product behind the scenes and meet great product teams over a beer (or two!)

Event name: How to transfer your leadership skills from employee to entrpreneur
Event date/times: Tuesday, 29 May – 6:30 – 7:30pm
Event location: Work.Life Clerkenwell, 20 Jerusalem Passage, London, EC1V 4JP
Event cost: Free
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What is this event in a nutshell?
Many of us at some point in our careers come to a point where we think, is this it? Where we are aspiring for something new and different but aren’t sure how to get there or where to even start. We are leaders in our respected fields, have climbed the corporate ladder, but are now looking to start a fresh. This sounds scary – starting from the beginning – but it doesn’t have to be.

Event name: Startup Grind Presents Dame Stephanie Shirley – An Evening with a Legendary Female Entrepreneur
Event date/times: May 31, 2018 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Event location: Wework Moorgate, 1 Fore Street, London, EC2Y 5EJ
Event cost: £15
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What is this event in a nutshell?

Dame Stephanie Shirley (84) arrived in Britain in 1939 as an unaccompanied child refugee from Nazi Europe. She took her maths degree at evening classes. She is now the most successful tech entrepreneur you never heard of. She founded a pioneering software house back in 1962 as a company of women, a company for women. Its eventual flotation led to 70 of her 8,500 staff becoming millionaires, and the company was co-owned by the staff with a value of around $3bn when it was acquired in 2007.

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