Banat IT and Timisoara Startup Hub are constantly working to connect the tech entrepreneurial ecosystems across the Hungarian-Romanian-Serbian borders in the region. In this respect we are organizing with our partners, bilateral participation to meetup events, events exposing interesting startups, technologies and initiatives.
This November 11th, we’ll host in Timisoara Startup Hub an interesting event, the KATANA Info Day.
KATANA is a Business Accelerator funded by the European Commission within a project run by an international consortium including Banat IT & Timisoara Startup Hub partners Vojvodina ICT Cluster and BioSense, both from Novi Sad. KATANA is offering equity-free funding and business support services to European startups and SME cross-border/cross-sectoral consortia interested to develop innovative ICT-backed solutions for the agrifood of tomorrow. Read more
We know that things are not always #000000 and #ffffff, and we’d like you to be the designer that gives our team a drop of color.
Are you dying a little bit inside every time you see something not properly aligned, or do you see letters, faces, dolphins and unicorns where others see trees and clouds? If you are the type of person that refuses to believe that “good enough” is good enough, or if you always look for ways to rise above the current situation, and find innovative ways to solve problems. We are strating to think that you might be just the colleague we’re looking for.
So… what do you say? Would you like to speak Adobe together?
Each team needs its leader and at Banat IT we are looking for event managers we can count on.
Do you often find yourself organizing your life into milestones, spending hours planning and re-planning a Friday night out and creating a colorful Gantt-chart to plan your holidays and setting time-based tasks for your friends and family? If it sounds like your life in a nutshell, if your personal life is planned to the nth degree and you need a brand new challenge, you should definitely come and join your forces with us.
They say that “Too few people on a project can’t solve the problems – too many create more problems and then they solve it.”
Banat IT is looking for interns to join its team of grammar nazis!
Are you reading this article with multiple browser tabs open, emails popping up on your screen in real time, checking your mobile Facebook feed and still trying to decide what are your plans for tonight? Other jobs might suggest you close all browsing tabs, email accounts and put away your mobile device so you can concentrate on the job description. We say you might just be what we’re looking for.
We need a detail oriented social media professional intern who can create content, juggle multiple projects, collaborate with the internal team, communicate with partners, meet deadlines and have fun while doing it. If this sounds like you, then read on.
HackTM, the flagship event of Banat IT Association and Timișoara Startup Hub, advanced to its 3rd edition. The biggest hackthon in South Eastern Europe will take place in Timișoara in the weekend of May 20-22.
Definitely a wide community event, HackTM grew in size, in complexity and, for sure, in quality. We are looking forward to welcome 512 participants (from 6-7 countries), to develop their ideas over a 50 hours programming maraton, within the 8 track competition covering Education, eHealth, Fintech, GameDev, IoT, Robots, Smart City, and Other. Read more
Programmers are a different breed of professionals. I am stating this after spending thousands of hours with them (as a non-programmer and attentive observer). Future or current, junior or senior, freelance or employee, entrepreneur or consultant programmers, they all have a special set of personality traits significantly differentiating them from other guilds: they strive to create, they want to share, they dear to compete, they show the mastery of their art, they chase the challenges much more than others.
I do not know another professional group members so regularly committing time after long office hours presenting and debating new technologies, showcasing core-business or collateral, pet-projects, asking for and/or offering feedback, late in the week’s working days meetup events. They are mentoring in the 7 CoderDojos in the Timisoara Metropolitan Area for almost 52 Saturdays a year, bringing knowledge, friendship, self-confidence, empowerment and joy to large groups of 7-17 years old coding ninjas, they future co-workers, employees or, why not employers… 🙂
Their passion drives their interest and activities in so many different directions, best demonstrated by the diversity of Timișoara constellation of specialized tech communities illustrated in the city’s meetup.com record.
One of the largest computer science conferences in Romania, the European Conference on Computer Science & Applications, is holding it’s 5th edition at the Tibiscus University in Timisoara. This conferece aims to stimulate the research activity and to establish interactions between Romanian and foreign researchers. Another objective of this tech conference is to promote interdisciplinary applications of computer science in the fields of Mathematics, Economics, Technical Sciences or Medicine, tackling the latest conundrums science is facing today, with the aid of computing power and coffee. There will also be workshops in which students regarding if they are B.Sc M.Sc or PhD can participate and learn from each other by working together. The workshops will mainly be focused on GeoGebra an interactive geometry, algebra, statistics and calculus application, intended for learning and teaching mathematics and science from primary school to university level. And a multimedia workshop that will be centered around web design, databases teaching methods and applications. Read more
Google vrea să pună bazele următoarei generaţii de specialişti în marketing online şi vine la Timişoara ca să-i pregătească pe tinerii interesaţi. Studenţii de la Universitatea de Vest vor avea ocazia să se întâlnească cu echipa Google România şi cu agenţi de advertising de top din întreaga ţară în cadrul programului Online Marketing Academy.
Cei mai buni softişti români pleacă la Facebook şi Google în America, unde câştigă în jur de 100.000 de dolari brut pe an, a spus Andrei Pitiş, preşedintele Asociaţie Patronală a Industriei de Software şi Servicii (ANIS) în emisiunea de business ZF Live de joi, 12 septembrie.