On 18 Nov 2011, at 09:27, Pawel Krupinski wrote:
> I was wondering if it makes sense to organize LSUG Lightning Talks.
> What are lightning talks you ask? It's a meeting format where people
> give 5-minute presentations followed by questions.
> You can do rants, present a technology, methodology or talk about some
> other presentation or conference you attended or show off your side
> If you have a topic you would like to present, post it here, so we
> know how many people are interested in presenting.
> Maybe we should try to organize the lightning talks together with LJC
> or Clojure user group under the umbrella of functional programming?
> Another idea is having meeting with just discussions, similar to
> London Software Craftsmanship Round Table. Maybe we could start it
> with lightning talks and do the discussions followed by pub after.
> That's what they do.
> If you have any other ideas for LSUG, let the community know, I'm
> certainly not the only one with ideas and time. :P
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