• Overview

    UPcoming PAntalks

    Pantalks Speaker

    on October 15th, 18:30-21:00

    David Dal Busco, Freelancer by day | Creator of DeckDeckGo by night

    Topic: Learn, make, publish, repeat

    Pantalks Panel Discussion

    on November 19th, 18:30-21:00

    Guests: tba

    Focus: Burnout in the World of Startups

    Pantalks Speaker

    on December 17th, 18:30-21:00

    Loïc Schülé, Co-Founder & CEO of Denteo

    Focus: tbd

    Upcoming AI MORNINGS

    AI Mornings Speaker

    October 29th, 08:00-08:45

    Michael Born, Founder & CEO of PXL Vision

    Focus: tba


    AI Mornings Speaker

    November 26th, 08:00-08:45

    Anna Ukhanova, Senior Research Program Manager AI/ML, Google Research EMEA

    Focus: tbd


    Upcoming Pantalk Speaker:

    David Dal Busco, Freelancer by day | Creator of DeckDeckGo by night

    Topic: Learn, make, publish, repeat


    Exactly one year ago, at the Pantalk on October 16 2018, I had the opportunity to talk about Web Components. For the purpose of this presentation, as I was frustrated not being able to use the technology I was displaying as a support for my slides, I built a small quick and dirty project to develop and showcase my deck.


    The story could have ended there but unexpectedly, I began to use this experiment as a basis to learn technologies I didn’t knew and it quickly turned into a real developer library for presentations and even a collection of miscellaneous applications.


    Again, the story could have ended there, but around March this year, a plate of pasta and a glass of wine, Nicolas Mattia decided that he was also interested to nerd the same project. Together we then spent the next months in our free time to develop the web open source editor for presentations, DeckDeckGo.


    In this presentation I’ll go back time this year of development. I’ll present the different features we have published and also briefly introduce their technologies (Progressive Web Apps, StencilJS, WYSIWYG, QR Code, D3JS, Markdown, WebRTC, lazy loading, etc.), but, more important, I’ll also try to spread our approach of being open source and trying to LEARN, MAKE, PUBLISH and REPEAT as much and as often as we could.


    About the speaker:


    David Dal Busco is a freelancer by day and the creator of DeckDeckGo by night.




    What are the Pantalks AI mornings about?

    Nowadays you have numerous options to get informed about Artificial Intelligence (AI) achievements and progresses.


    Actually, it can even be overwhelming, as everyone claims to have embraced AI and is “fully taking advantage” of this amazing new way of sorting through data. It may even make you feel a tech slacker or that you are missing the the-next-great-thing boat.


    Beyond buzzwords!

    Pantalks AI mornings present applied machine learning use cases that serve real business needs and leaves aside over-inflated claims.

    Attend these short (45 min) morning sessions prior to starting your work day and get a rapid understanding of applied AI business cases and their integration implications.

    Are the Pantalks AI mornings for me?

    Traditionally Pantalks are visited by decision-makers, innovators, entrepreneurs, executives, thinkers, and doers to explore innovative technologies as well as their societal impacts. It’s also an Impact Hub Community event! Get your seat. We'd love to see you there.


    Format (venue, dates)

    Colab @ Impact Hub Zürich, monthly, every last Tuesday, not during summer / winter holidays


    - Tue 28.05.: Dr. Grazia Frontoso, Customer Engineer at Google

    - Tue 25.06.: Nicolas Perony, CTO & Founder of OTO.ai

    - Tue 27.08.: Patrick Senti, Founder of omega|ml, Senior Data Scientist & Software Engineer

    - Tue 24.09.: François Rüf, Head of Data, AI & Machine Learning at Vontobel

    - Thu 10.10.: Ben Nolan, Head of Business Development at Statice

    - Tue 29.10.: Michael Born, Founder & CEO of PXL Vision

    - Tue 26.11.: Anna Ukhanova, Senior Research Program Manager AI/ML, Google Research EMEA


    Time: 8.00 - 8.45: coffee & gipfeli, introduction, presentation, Q&A, open discussion


    Each event will be promoted and organized through our Meetup group (+2400 members!).

  • Our Story

    Pantalks, initiated by Panter employees in 2010, began as a small community meetup where individuals looking to exchange knowledge, tech and non-tech, could connect and share their insights. Today, with +2700 meetup members and more than 200+ Pantalks hosted, the community has grown into a meaningful network. Once a month we host an intriguing talk with fresh from the field insights and engaging discussion over snacks and drinks— we'd love you to join us!


  • Past talks

    Find the presentation slides of past talks here.

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