The schedule for our next event is below. If you have RSVPed yes, but cannot make it please update your status so someone else can take your place.
18:30 - Beer and pizza
19:00 - Sponsor intros
19:10 - Steve Lydford (https://twitter.com/stevelydford) Software Craftsmanship - Building the thing right
19:30 - Vincent Dignan (https://twitter.com/vincentdignan) Growth Hacking 101: 20 things you can do today to grow your company
19:50 - Break
20:10 - Gordon Guthrie (https://twitter.com/gordonguthrie) Adventures On The Causal Frontier: Surviving Network Partition With Convergent Replicated Data Types
20:30- Paul Joyce (https://twitter.com/paulmjoyce) "We're crushing it!" An exploration of the causes and consequences of common startup lies.
21:00 - Pub - www.thewindmillinthecity.com (http://www.thewindmillinthecity.com/)
As always the event is accompanied by tons of free beer and pizza. 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.
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