|Sent on:||Thursday, April 26, 2012 9:30 AM|
We have finally confirmed all the talks for tonight's event and are delighted to bring you:
Douglas Squirrel : Why Your Startup Needs Tests
Tom Gullen : Our HTML5 Game Engine Startup and Lessons Learnt - Scirra
Simon Baker : BuyaPowa: The Evolution of E-Commerce
Will Abson : Content Services for rich applications with Alfresco
Marc Warner : Quantum Computing for Hackers
Also, one consistent piece of feedback that we have recently been having is that people really miss the post-event socialising. I suggest we try this place, The Windmill on Tabernacle St and see how it goes. We will aim to be there at around 9 o'clock. See link below for venue details.
We would like to thank our sponsors who make the meetup possible.
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