The event filled up in record time on the second day. If you registered but can no longer make it, please update your RSVP so someone else can take your place. If you are coming, you can look forward to:
18:30 - Beers and pizza
19:00 - Introduction from sponsors
19:05 - Jon Gold (https://twitter.com/jongold) - A New Architecture
When we build web products today we’re increasingly moving away from siloed roles. We’re breaking down the distinctions between various prefixes of designers & developers in favour of being multi-skilled generalists. Rather than having an awkward mix of disparate skills, though, generalist make-all-the-startup-things-y hackers are the inevitable foundation of the product teams of the future.
19:25 - Amar from http://wym.io - Towards a Practical Microservices Framework
Deploying microservices today is an attractive if challenging pursuit. In this talk, we discuss our attempts to build a general purpose microservices framework. We go over the lessons learned, the prior art and what the next year or so might hold.
19:45 - Break
20:05 - Dimitar Stanimiroff (https://twitter.com/stanimiroff) - Growth Hacking Sales Management: How To Scale Sales Teams Using Scrum
Dimitar heads up up StackOverflow Careers in Europe, which he built up from the very beginning. He will show how to build and scale a sales organisation using Scrum.
20: 30 - Shed Simove (https://twitter.com/shedsimove)
Shed is an author, performer and entrepreneur. You are going to like him
21:45 - Pub - www.thewindmillinthecity.com (http://www.thewindmillinthecity.com/)
As always the event is accompanied by tons of free beer and pizza. BTW, our beer has now been upgraded to 100% craft beer courtesy of our friends at Craft Rebellion (http://craftrebellion.com/).
Videos of past talks are online at http://vimeo.com/hnlondon . If you are into the whole Twitter thing, the hashtag for the event is #HNLondon.
HNLondon is generously supported by
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