We’re national tech-journalists with international standards. We don’t just write, we run the gamut – photography, live blogging, live twitter coverage, the works. ReadMe is your source for everything that happens in the Sri Lankan IT industry. We bring you the latest news, insights and unparalleled features into the Sri Lankan TechScape.
Since our inception in 2012, ReadMe has transformed into the go-to place for any and all events related to ICT. Apart from providing media coverage to all major IT events hosted in Sri Lanka (and neighboring countries as well).
We believe in quality over quantity, critical journalism and a healthy slice of opinion backed up by data. Visit us to stay updated! All of our work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Andrew Jebaraj(@andrewjebaraj) PHP wizard, entrepreneur, die-hard web coder.Andrew is the Co-founder of ReadMe and Co-founder of the non-profit Adopt a Dog in Sri Lanka movement. Possess a private collection of some of the rarest PC hardware on the planet. Andrew is often adopted by the dogs he saves.
Enosh Praveen (@enoshpraveen) is the Co-founder, point man and business guru of ReadMe. Enosh holds the team together while making sure everything connects in the background for things to happen. He’s obsessed with the fine art of selling ideas.
Binura de Zoyza (@binuradz) is an avid eSports champion with a penchant for the racing leagues. A correspondent, moderator and editor at www.gamer.lk, he strives to bring out competitive gaming in Sri Lanka and takes pride in helping Sri Lanka make its mark in the gaming industry worldwide.
Dhivaagar Kumaravel (@dhivaagar). Windows Phone has its fans. Then there is Dhivaagar, Microsoft fan extraordinaire. Dhiva is a first adopter of all things Windows. He daylights at Momentus Digital and moonlights at ReadMe stalking where people gather, like a Cortana-crazed Batman.
Lahiru Perera (@kriticalvodka). Social Media Extraordinaire. Lahiru spends most of his time strategizing the social media sphere. He is also a skilled writer and occasionally dabbles in the arcane art of photography. He is also paid to take holidays.
Mazin Hussain (@mazin_hussain) A gamer and anime geek that has a fairly large sweet tooth along with a burning passion for tech. Mazin is a creature capable of surviving on nothing but coffee and chocolate biscuit pudding. He’s also an active Toastmaster learning how to give epic war speeches.
Mahesh De Andrado (@MaheshDeBanana) spends most of his waking life immersed in the bleeding edge of technology in Sri Lanka. He lives mostly on a diet of Nutella and overclocked processors. By night he plays DOTA, writes and guards his watchdog.
Ravishangar Kailasanathan is an enigmatic soul. A graduate of Parkland College, he is a veteran designer with the incredibly rare ability to live almost completely off the grid. Little is known about him except that he walks for ten kilometers each day to keep himself fit.
Sachith Perera (@iamsachith) is a techie by profession and a geek at heart. Irrespective of what it does, he’s fascinated by all things electronic. In his spare time, you can find Sachith browsing for comics and action figures online.
Vinusha Paulraj isn’t a techie. She trudged through studying law, has mastered the art of petting puppies and now is the honorary office Unicorn. Occasionally she comes up with some bright ideas which later turn into features.
Venture Frontier Lanka is bringing experts in entrepreneurship from around the country to cities throughout Sri Lanka to train local entrepreneurs to think differently about the ventures they will start.
Venture Frontier Lanka is bringing experts in entrepreneurship from around the country to cities throughout Sri Lanka to train local entrepreneurs to think differently about the ventures they will start. A caravan stop consists of different sessions about creating unique ideas for startup ventures and strategies for financing those ideas.
Come join the sessions on the 19th of December, starting with 2 pm at Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology.
The event is free of charge! REGISTRATION is mandatory for this event
(Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
SLIIT, New Kandy Road, Malabe
Early Bird till the 16th of Dec: 20% discount Likuid Members: 20% discount Female/Social Entrepreneurs (Locals Only): 50% discount Join for a one day workshop where we unchain the collective wisdom and creativity
Early Bird till the 16th of Dec: 20% discount
Likuid Members: 20% discount
Female/Social Entrepreneurs (Locals Only): 50% discount
Join for a one day workshop where we unchain the collective wisdom and creativity to help each other having a more productive digital nomad new year and build better cooperations for teamwork.
During this peer to peer learning session you can share your experiences to help others and learn from other practitioners. Together, dive into the most painful problems and brainstorm on solutions. It’s for you if you resonate with some of these questions:
How do I integrate work, life and travel?
How do I keep motivated to achieve?
How do I keep engaged with a client?
How do I manage my time and energy?
How do I get clients?
How do I find people to collaborate with?
How to deal with time differences?
How can I make human interactions with slack profiles?
How to set realistic goals in constantly changing environment?
What are the best tools & methods for productivity?
What’s the secret of aligned teams?
What are the best skills for a digital nomad?
ABOUT THE METHOD:
“We create space for meaningful conversations, experimental and peer to peer learning. Nothing frontal, no preaching. But space for your very unique questions.”
+ Full-day mentored learning program
+ Breakfast on the roof
+ BBQ lunch on the roof
+ Goodie bags & Take-home handbooks
+ Post-event networking
ABOUT THE HOST:
Kitti is a digital nomad herself and a marketing consultant for innovative companies and early stage startups. She is a conversation ambassador for tedxdanubia, hosted meaningful conversations on ideas worth spreading. In the past years she worked in self organized teams, practiced facilitation, joined peer to peer networks, decentralized teams and cocreated a collective of freelancers. She is a cofounder of a sustainability startup that just secured its first round of investment. Worked as a mentor for many startups, and in the meantime she visited more than 15 countries.
Are you a Sri Lankan female entrepreneur or a local social business? Reach out for your discounted tickets!
PRICE IN SRI LANKAN RUPEES:
Regular: LKR 5000
Early Bird till 16th of Dec: LKR 4000
Likuid Members: LKR 4000
Female/Social Entrepreneurs (Locals Only): LKR 2500
(Saturday) 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
5 Charles Place 00300 Colombo, Sri Lanka
Karthik ( Associate Director, DTCC & Co-organiser of Hyperledger Chennai Meetup) will be here for the 2nd Hyperledger meetup. He will share his experience with Hyperledger and Business application of Blockchain
Karthik ( Associate Director, DTCC & Co-organiser of Hyperledger Chennai Meetup) will be here for the 2nd Hyperledger meetup.
He will share his experience with Hyperledger and Business application of Blockchain technologies.
1. Work with Hyperledger Fabric and Explorer.
2. Business use case with Hyperledger Blockchain Framework
3. Q&A session
This is a Free session. Register here
(Friday) 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Startup X Foundry
07, Charles Place, Colombo 03, Colombo
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