Summer is upon us and while many are away on holiday, some of us are still around. For those still around we would like to announce a new PeerLab Event and this one will be a first - you might call it the 'Home Edition'.
Community member Per Friis has very kindly offered to host this event at his 'home office', which also means that the attendee limit for this event is somewhat lower than usual so keep that in mind.
As the timing probably conflicts with your dinner time we will have some pizzas on the table. Water, coffee, tea and soda will be available so no need to worry about going cold.
Besides that everything should be as per usual. Come and join other developers for a peer-based collaborative learning lab. You've got a question? Maybe someone can provide you with some insight. Maybe you can help someone else with their questions. Bring a laptop and some code to work on.
Also - feel free to pass on suggestions for topics to be discussed. As mentioned it can be something you already have experience with. It might also be something you know very little about and would like some of the other participants to provide some help and advice. You can make the suggestions as comments to this Meetup invite or via our Slack 'Peer Lab' channel.
Among the received suggestions we can see what topics makes the most sense to dive into based on the actual participants, their interests and experiences. Ideally we can take on a couple of topics, after which we will still have time for casual discussions and mingling.