We have the talk titles confirmed for this Thursday and you are in for a treat. We are delighted to introduce:
Nic Ferrier - Elnode: Evented Web Server for Emacs
Kejia Zhu and Peter Westendorp - Foldable.Me, from Hackathon to Kickstarter to the world
Dan Crow - Hit it with the big axe
Linda Sandvik - Making things better
John Graham-Cumming - That'll never work!
If you signed up but cannot make it please RSVP No so someone else can take your place.
You might also want to check out All Your Base, which is a database conference aimed at web developers, featuring the creator of MySQL and talks covering Postgres, Redis, Cassandra, MongoDB and Riak. It'll be in Oxford on 23rd Nov and tickets are £100 with our £25 discount code HNLondon. http://allyourbaseconf.com/
We still have early bird tickets available for AngelHack on 10-11 Nov, where the top prize includes a trip to Silicon Valley for the winning team. For details and sign up see http://londonangelhack.eventbrite.com
We would like to thank the following sponsors for making the meetup possible:
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