October 2017 Meeting
The October 2017 meeting of LRUG will be on Monday the 9th of October, 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.
Work Smart, Not Hard
Paula Muldoon says:
Work Smart, Not Hard draws on Paula’s experience as an international violinist and Makers Academy alumna to promote practices that lead to code that’s well-designed, extensible, easy to debug, and enjoyable to write.
Chris Zetter says:
I'll be talking about a bug I caused that led me on a journey of software archaeology. I'll be sharing what I discovered along the way.
Making a Ruby with Lisp Syntax
Emily Woods says:
I'll be discussing compiler design and sharing my experiences of designing a Lisp-like language which compiles to Ruby.
The talks will take us to 8pm or thereabouts. The end of the talks doesn't have to be the end of the evening though. We suggest you choose one of the following venues if you want to keep chatting to your fellow LRUG attendees:
- Code Node. Skills Matter run a cash bar with a choice of drinks (hard and soft) available. As well as other LRUG members you can network with attendees of the other meetups that Skills Matter are hosting on the same night.
- The Singer Tavern. This bar is a short walk north from Code Node (you can find it at 1 City Road, EC1Y 1AG). This pub has a decent food menu on offer as well as a selection of drinks and other LRUG attendees to help you while the evening away.
Regardless of what you choose to do, please remember that this part of the meeting is still covered by our code of conduct even though it does seem more informal.
If for some reason you can't make the talks you're still more than welcome to attend this afterwards part. We'd love to see you!
Venue & Registration
The address of the venue:
Skills Matter CodeNode
10 South Place
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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.
Posted by Harry Wood on Sep 14, 2017