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July 2016 Meeting

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The July 2016 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 11th of July, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm). The venue, Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations, is provided by Skills Matter. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

Ruby Book Club

Nadia Odunayo is going to treat us to a "live" episode of her podcast Ruby Book Club:

Hello and welcome to the Ruby Book Club! We’re delighted that you could join us.

Today we’re starting with section 4.9 in Avdi Grimm’s ‘Confident Ruby’: Replace “string typing” with classes.

As always, it doesn’t matter if you haven’t found time to do the reading. At the Ruby Book Club, we like to make sure that everyone is on the same page.

Documenting Ruby APIs

Tom Kadwill says this about his talk:

In this talk I will provide a short comparison of the popular API documentation tools available for Ruby. I'll explain how you can use them to generate API documentation for your own projects.

Integrating React into a Rails application

Edd Sowden is going to tell us all about React and Rails:

Looking at how you can start using React within a Rails environment, why you might want to, and what benefits it can unlock. Also looking at how you can make this change to a large project which lots of developers contribute to regularly.

Afterwards

The talks will end by 8pm, but that's not the end of the LRUG meeting. There are a couple of options for how to continue your evening with other LRUG attendees. You can:

  1. Hang out in the downstairs area at Code Node. Skills Matter run a cash bar and you can mingle with attendees of other meetups held that night.
  2. Take a short walk northwards and visit the Singer Tavern (located at 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG). Many LRUG folk head here to get something to eat with their post-talk drinks, and you'd be more than welcome to join them.

All are welcome at this post-talk part of the meeting where no registration is required. Feel free to turn up just for this part if you can't make it to the talks earlier in the evening.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's good manners, so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also find this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. We mostly use it after the meeting to collect artefacts about the talks like videos, slides, writeups, code, etc.

Posted by Murray Steele on Jun 16, 2016

June 2016 Meeting

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The June 2016 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 13th of June, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm). The venue, Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations, is provided by Skills Matter. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

Hacking Your Head : Managing Information Overload

Jo Pearce says:

There are limits to our ability to learn and process information. Overload impacts productivity by causing psychological and physiological stress. I’ll relate findings from cognitive psychology that help us understand how, as developers, we might be overloading ourselves and what to do about it.

Open Sesame: A beginners guide to passwords

Rob Kitromilides says:

What goes on when you log in to a website? How does it work? Why should you care?

Refactoring a monolith with rails engines

Tom Close says:

12 months ago we were facing a number of problems familiar in an early stage startup:

  • a monolithic codebase that had accumulated a lot of technical debt
  • a requirement to handle complex business processes that were changing quickly as the business scaled
  • a growing development team struggling to enable new hires to be effective quickly

We initially considered moving to a micro-service architecture but eventually settled on using rails engines to refactor our monolith, allowing us to make immediate gains in productivity whilst avoiding the operational complexity of a distributed system. The talk will cover the approach we are taking in this (ongoing) refactor, the rules we found we needed to play by, and the lessons we learned along the way.

Afterwards

These talks will end by 8pm which is quite early, so if you'd like to continue the evening in the company of other LRUG folk you can:

  1. Hang out in the downstairs area at Code Node. Skills Matter run a cash bar and you can mingle with attendees of other meetups held that night.
  2. Take a short walk northwards and visit the Singer Tavern (located at 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG). Many LRUG folk head here to get something to eat with their post-talk drinks, and you'd be more than welcome to join them.

Attendance of the talks isn't required if you'd like to come along just for this part of the meeting. Perhaps if you're unable to make the talks you can secure a table for us?

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's good manners, so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also find this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. We mostly use it after the meeting to collect artefacts about the talks like videos, slides, writeups, code, etc.

Posted by Murray Steele on May 24, 2016

May 2016 Meeting

Meeting Sponsors

Sponsorship kindly provided by:

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The May 2016 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 9th of May, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm). The venue, Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations, is provided by Skills Matter. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

The Art of Code Review

John Cinnamond says:

Most of us do some form of code review, increasingly often through pull requests. Done well it can be a great tool for improving quality, sharing knowledge, and building a sense of cohesion in a team. Done badly it can be toxic. In this talk I’d like to look at the motivations for code review, examine research into its value, and suggest some practices on how to do it well.

A Tale of Two Deployments - Machine Images, Immutable Servers And Green/Blue Deployment

Asfand Yar Qazi says:

Imagine some of the worst things that could happen to you during cap deploy – well, they happened to Ali on the same day, and it turned into one of the worst days of his life. Interestingly, Sally in the office across the street had the exact same issues come up during her deployment. However her team had invested in their infrastructure sensibly, and deployed fresh immutable server clusters from pre-built machine images on each deploy. She could just relax, as the infrastructure had been designed to filter out most problems that could occur during deployment. Here is their story!

Convox: Painless deployment of Docker on AWS

Matthew Ford says:

Bit Zesty have been playing with Docker to help with Dev/Prod parity, but deploying and managing Docker images in production has been a pain. Convox helps by providing a simple Heroku-esque CLI to deploy and manage your application on AWS. We've been able to replace a bunch of terraform + chef/ansible scripts and use Docker in production without the headache.

Ticket Giveaway

Pusher

The nice people at Pusher have provided 5 tickets for Brighton Ruby conference, a one day, single track, conference for Rubyists & the Ruby-curious in Brighton on 8th July. The tickets were raffled off on our mailing list with the winners contacted on Thursdayday 5th May. Thanks Pusher!

Afterwards

We should be done with the talks by 8pm at which point have a choice to make:

  1. Stay at Code Node where Skills Matter have a cash bar and you can mingle with attendees of other meetups held that night.
  2. Head over to the Singer Tavern (located at 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG) where you'll find a wide selection of food and drinks to choose from and a bunch of LRUG members to chat with.

If you're unable to attend the talks it's more than acceptable to come along to one of these venues to hang out with the rest of the LRUG members.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's good manners, so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also find this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. We mostly use it after the meeting to collect artefacts about the talks like videos, slides, writeups, code, etc.

Posted by Murray Steele on Apr 18, 2016

April 2016 Meeting

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The April 2016 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 11th of April, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm). The venue, Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations, is provided by Skills Matter. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

JRuby+Truffle: A faster but simpler new Ruby

Dr Chris Seaton is building a new ruby interpreter and wants to tell us all about it:

JRuby+Truffle is a new Ruby interpreter from Oracle Labs. While it uses cutting-edge compiler technology to achieve high performance, the concepts and implementation of most of JRuby+Truffle are actually rather simple - simpler than MRI, JRuby or Rubinius, and needing only techniques that can be explained in a few slides.

Doing Things Differently at Reevoo

Jonny Arnold is going to tell us about some agile practices:

Reevoo is already an Agile company: we have JIRA Agile, so we must be, right?

A few months ago we set out on a greenfield project, and decided to do things differently. What would happen when we went back to sticky notes and whiteboards for planning? Could we deliver on time for a project if we never set a deadline? And what happens when half of the development team changes every two weeks? Come along to our public retrospective on what went well and what we would never do again.

Continuous Feedback

Chris Blackburn says:

How we left behind old-fashioned performance reviews by applying the things we're taught to value in modern software delivery to our people.

Afterwards

These talks should end around about 8pm. The night isn't over at that point though; many other attendees will be hanging around and it's a good chance to chat about things raised in the talks, or just to meet up with other rubyists and discuss what's been going on in the ruby scene. If you'd like to continue chatting to other attendees you have a choice:

  1. Stay at Code Node where Skills Matter have a cash bar and you can mingle with attendees of other meetups held that night.
  2. Head over to the Singer Tavern (located at 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG) where you can get some food to chew over along with the discussions spurred by the talks.

Even if you can't make the talks you should definitely feel free to head over to one of these venues to hang out.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's good manners, so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also find this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. We mostly use it after the meeting to collect artefacts about the talks like videos, slides, writeups, code, etc.

Posted by Murray Steele on Mar 16, 2016

March 2016 Meeting

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The March 2016 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 14th of March, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm). The venue, Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations, is provided by Skills Matter. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

Elixir for Rubyists

David Salgado is going to tell us about Elixir:

The Elixir programming language has been generating a lot of buzz in the Ruby community recently. This presentation gives an introduction to Elixir, discussing some of the things that make it so popular among rubyists, and outlining a few of the similarities and differences between Elixir and Ruby.

The full power of Redis

Daniel Magliola is going to tell us about Redis:

The vast majority of projects use Redis like it's Memcached, but Redis can give so much more. In this talk I'll give practical examples of use cases where Redis outshines everything else I've tried.

A reintroduction to codebar

Kimberley Cook is going to tell us about Codebar:

In this talk I will discuss what codebar is, how we have expanded over the last 2 years and how you can help us improve.

Afterwards

We aim to finish the talks by 8pm, but that's not where the meeting ends. If you'd like to continue chatting to other attendees you have a choice:

  1. Stay at Code Node where Skills Matter have a cash bar and you can mingle with attendees of other meetups held that night.
  2. Head over to the Singer Tavern (located at 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG) where you can get some food to chew over along with the discussions spurred by the talks.

Attendance at the talks isn't required to come along for the socialising part of the meeting, so please do head over if you can't make the earlier part.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's good manners, so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also find this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. We mostly use it after the meeting to collect artefacts about the talks like videos, slides, writeups, code, etc.

Posted by Murray Steele on Feb 18, 2016

February 2016 Meeting

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The February 2016 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 8th of February, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm). The venue, Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations, is provided by Skills Matter. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

Once again our February meeting is given over to lightning talks of no more than 10 minutes. This year we have:

  • Charlotte Spencer - "Making your first pull request"

    Your First PR is an initiative with a goal to get people involved in making pull requests to other open source projects. In this talk you will be introduced to Your First PR as a project, discover where you can find starter issues to work on, and learn how you can help others to make their own awesome pull requests.

  • Dave Nolan - "ENUMERABLE!"

    10 real-life problems solved with 10 cool lesser-known methods from Enumerable, Enumerator, and Array.

  • Fareed Dudhia - "Rails & Docker for Development: No Mess, No Fuss"

    Getting set up and used to using Docker for our local development environment in minutes.

  • Melinda Seckington - "Imposter Syndrome: How we act and work together"

    Often when we talk about imposter syndrome in developers, we look at what the individual can do to stop it from happening. In this talk, I'll look at what we can do as a team.

  • Peter Saxton - "Building with domain concepts."

    All useful software is applied to a particular problem domain. This talk will encourage the use of value objects to better model a programs problem domain.

  • Tomas Valent - "Web Developer Life Hacks"

    In this talk we will have a look on some alternative work environment setups that will help Web Developers to improve productivity.

    Some related articles:

  • Tom Cartwright - "Psychology of programming: A very short introduction"

    The psychology of programming is field of research that deals with the psychological aspects of writing computer programs. (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychology_of_programming. This is a short introduction to the subject with a précis of the current research and few reckons thrown in for good measure.

  • Tom Stuart - "Automatic differentiation in Ruby"

    Finding the derivative of a mathematical function on a computer can be difficult, but there’s a clever trick that makes it easy: first write a program that computes the function, then execute it under a non-standard interpretation of its values and operations. In this talk I’ll show you how that works in Ruby.

Pub

There's bound to be something to talk about after all those talks and we now have two options for winding down the evening and chatting to other LRUG attendees:

  1. Stay at Code Node where Skills Matter have a cash bar and you can mingle with attendees of other meetups held that night.
  2. Take the short walk to the Singer Tavern (located at 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG) where you can get some food to chew over along with the discussions spurred by the talks.

Talks should finish at about 8pm so if you can't make it along earlier feel free to come along to either venue afterwards to hang out.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's polite (don't forget MINASWAN), so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also follow this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. It's just for the lols, innit?

Posted by Murray Steele on Jan 22, 2016

January 2016 Meeting

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The January 2016 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 11th of January, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm). The venue, Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations, is provided by Skills Matter. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

From monolith to microservices: A true story

Andy White wants to tell us about the microservices architecture they use at Quill Content:

How we moved from a huge Rails monolith to small microservices - the how and the why.

The journey to Primed.is

Neil Robertson & Jake Prime want to tell us about Primed.is. First Neil will quickly introduce us to Primed.is:

Primed.is - improving recruitment pain

Recruitment is a pain, isn't it? Does it have to be this way? We say 'no' and we want to show you why. Primed.is a web application to tackle common recruitment problems and we can't wait to tell you all about it.

Then Jake will talk to us about his journey while building it:

A Guide to Becoming a Ruby on Rails Developer

After working as a Flash developer and team lead for 10 years I have switched to become a Ruby on Rails developer to build our new product, Primed. This is the talk I would like to have heard a year ago when I was beginning that journey.

Using direnv with ruby and 12factor apps

Jonas Pfenniger Chevalier will show us a new environment switcher tool he's written called direnv:

direnv is a language-agnostic environment switching tool that I wrote a 5 years ago and still use every day.

This talk is going to present the tool and it's capabilities, and then explore how it can be used by ruby developers. Hopefully it will be useful to you in the everyday life as a developer, or just spark some interesting conversations.

Pub

After the talks we like to wind down with food and drinks at:

Singer Tavern
1 City Road
EC1Y 1AG

See on a map

We'll be there from about 8pm so if you can't get to the earlier part of the evening feel free to come along to the pub and hang out.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's polite (don't forget MINASWAN), so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also follow this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. It's just for the lols, innit?

Posted by Murray Steele on Dec 20, 2015

December 2015 Meeting

Meeting Sponsors

Sponsorship kindly provided by:

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The December 2015 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 14th of December, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm).

Venue reminder

Skills Matter are our hosts and have recently moved to Code Node a great new venue between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

Festive CodeWarsJam

Sam Joseph is going to lead us through a practical exercise he calls "CodeWarsJam". He describes it as follows:

A CodeWarsJam is a session where small teams of coders work on the same coding problem together. The problems are usually relatively simple and can be reviewed as a group every 20 minutes or so. Recently at MakersAcademy we've had great fun with CodeWarsJams, where we take coding kata from http://codewars.com and use them to run a CodeWarsJam. CodeWarsJam is great because when you solve a problem you get to see all the other variant solutions that others have coded, sorted by popularity. Come join the festive coding fun as LRUG's first CodeWarsJam!

Ticket Giveaway

Beyond

The organisers of Beyond, a conference aimed at junior developers in London on 23rd November, have provided a pair of free tickets for 1 lucky LRUG member and a discount code for £90 off the ticket price for everyone else. The tickets were be raffled off on our mailing list with the winners contacted on Friday 13th November. Thanks Beyond organisers!

Pub

We'll be CodeWarsJam-ing until 8pm after which we'll close our laptops and seek out some food and drink. Our preferred local haunt is:

Singer Tavern
1 City Road
EC1Y 1AG

See on a map

Even if you can't make the main meeting, there'll be loads to talk about so please do turn up just for this bit.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's polite (don't forget MINASWAN), so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also follow this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. It's just for the lols, innit?

Posted by Murray Steele on Nov 15, 2015

November 2015 Meeting

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The November 2015 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 9th of November, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm).

Venue reminder

Skills Matter continue to host us, but do remember that they've moved. We're at Code Node between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

Hack like a journalist

Scott Matthewman says:

News reporters are trained in techniques to produce stories that are concise, well structured, easy to follow and with a consistent house style. How can those same techniques help us write better code?

Leveraging immutability in Ruby

Lorenzo Barasti says:

Why should we care about using immutable objects in our code? What does functional programming have to do with immutability? How do we approach immutability when the frameworks and libraries we use seem to go a different direction?

We'll try to answer these questions by looking at the ideas behind the implementation of some immutable data structure.

No-Man’s Land - Finding peace at the border of art and tech

Kevin Monk and Simon Sharville :

However good the underlying tech, ugly applications discourage users, pretty ones will attract them. A gulf exists between the artists and the technicians who need to bring those designs to life. Co-presented by a graphic designer and a developer, we’ll discuss our approach to keeping both artists and technicians within their comfort zone to create applications that work well AND look good.

Pub

When the talks end we head over to a local pub to grab some food, a drink, and discuss the talks we've just seen and other goings-on in the Ruby community. The pub is:

Singer Tavern
1 City Road
EC1Y 1AG

See on a map

We should be there just after 8pm. If you're unable to attend the talks, do feel free to come along just for the pub.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's polite (don't forget MINASWAN), so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also follow this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. It's just for the lols, innit?

Posted by Murray Steele on Oct 20, 2015

October 2015 Meeting

Meeting Sponsors

Sponsorship kindly provided by:

Hosted By

Skills Matter

Thanks!

The October 2015 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 12th of October, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (talks start at 6:30pm).

Venue reminder

Skills Matter continue to host us, but do remember that they've moved. We're in Code Node venue between Moorgate and Liverpool St. stations. Full venue and registration details are given below.

Agenda

Debugging and fixing performance issues with the mustache gem and partials

Alice Bartlett and Dom Baggott say:

A quick blast through encountering a feature with performance in the mustache gem. How we debugged it and how we fixed it. This talk will be a bit less boring than it sounds.

API-first banking

Jonas Huckestein says:

What would you build on top of your bank if it had a REST API & Webhooks? At Mondo, we're looking forward to finding out. Our API (plus Ruby client library) is in beta (docs here), and we hosted our first hackathon a couple of weeks ago. Come along to find out what people built!

ActiveRecord vs N+1

Stanisław Klajn says:

In this talk would like to focus on dealing with N+1: how to detect it, how to get rid of it and, most importantly, how to avoid it.

Book Giveaway

Future Learn

Our friends at Future Learn have arranged to give away a book to 16 lucky LRUG members. The 16 winners of the giveaway are able to choose a copy of Practical Object Oriented Design with Ruby or 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10. If you'd like to enter use this form. The deadline for entry is 1pm on Monday, 12th October 2015.

Pub

Of the local pubs we've tried so far Singer Tavern seems the most accomodating so we'll try it again:

Singer Tavern
1 City Road
EC1Y 1AG

See on a map

We aim to finish the talks no later than 8pm, which gives us an ETA of about 8:10 at the pub. If you can't make the talks please do join us afterwards for food, drinks and ruby chat.

Venue & Registration  

Prior to attending you should familiarise yourself with our README paying close attention to the code of conduct.

Venue

The address of the venue:

Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
London
EC2M 2RB

See on a map

Registration

To secure a place at the meeting you must register with our hosts Skills Matter. It helps to make sure we have the room laid out with enough chairs, and in extreme cases that we get priority on the larger rooms over other groups using the space on the same night. Also, it's polite (don't forget MINASWAN), so please do register with Skills Matter.

You can also follow this meeting on lanyrd, but this is not a meaningful way to tell us you wish to attend. It's just for the lols, innit?

Posted by Murray Steele on Sep 21, 2015