Trending.JS - A JavaScript event with The Financial Times & Bulb Energy

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Calling all JavaScript and Full-Stack engineers!
Our latest {Trending.JS} community event is taking place Thursday 28th November, hosted by the Financial Times.
Join us for an evening of networking and lightning talks on trending topics in the JavaScript community.

Date/Time: Thursday 28th November @ 6.30pm

Financial Times
Bracken House
1 Friday Street

Our Speakers!

Lachie Murray - Senior Software Engineer @ Bulb Energy

With an MEng in Computer Science, a PhD in Electrical & Electronics Engineering, and having built his experience with the likes of SwiftKey and Microsoft, Lachie is a Senior Software Engineer in the Smart Team at Bulb Energy, the startup energy supplier that provides 100% renewable electricity and 100% carbon neutral gas to homes across the UK.

With Bulb's three core values in mind, Simpler, Cheaper, Greener, Lachie and his team were responsible for building a tool to optimise the efficiency of Bulb's smart meter installation service and will be sharing the problems, challenges and highlights they faced.

Sonya Moisset - Lead Security Engineer @ Photobox Group

Sonya is a lifelong traveler who lived in the Middle-East, North Africa and Asia and is always looking for new challenges. She has made a career switch from International Business Consultant in Saudi Arabia and Singapore to Full Stack Software Engineer in South Korea to Lead Security Engineer at Photobox Group.

Sonya is a Tech Advocate and a public speaker in the UK tech scene. She is also a mentor for women in tech, a cybersecurity writer for FreeCodeCamp publications and an active member of the tech community in London.
Her motto is #GetSecure, #BeSecure & #StaySecure

Ændrew Rininsland - Senior Developer @ The Financial Times

Ændrew is a Senior Developer at the world's leading global business publication, The Financial Times. As both a developer and journalist, Ændrew has a rich history working with some of the largest international newspaper publications, including The Times & The Sunday Times, The Economist & The Guardian.