For one day only, we’re building a fully-equipped pop-up co-working space for our attendees. Let’s get together, discuss ideas, and make things.
Wednesday at Various Locations
We’ll be furnishing the main room of The Black Box with work tables, chairs and sofas, and kitting the space out with power outlets and wifi to create a fully-equipped shared workspace. Our cafe will also be open all day to keep you in sandwiches, coffee and beer for the duration.
Something you'd like to share with the rest of the class? We'll have a projector and screen set up in the cafe for you to host impromptu presentations.
Described quite accurately as "a party game for horrible people", grab a set, order a few beers, and discover just how awful your friends really are.
Throughout the day we’ll be screening a series of short films about design, craft and maker culture on the big screen in the main room of the Black Box.
Code Club co-founder Linda Sandvik will be hosting a meetup to share information on how to start a Code Club at your local school.
With 10 speakers showing 20 slides each for 20 seconds, PechaKucha makes it’s first appearance at Build. More details on our blog.
A huge hit from last year’s Practical, we’re turning the inevitable Mario Kart session into a fully-fledged tournament, with a very special trophy for the winner.
Typecast, a great new app for designing with web fonts in the browser, invite you for some beer, food and chat at their studio. More details on their blog.
Local Ruby studio Rumble Labs are hosting a special Belfast Ruby meetup—including ping pong and Donkey Kong. More details on their blog.