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The Oxford Mega Super Meetup Meetup

If you ever have trouble making decisions, then we’ve totally got you covered.  This month Oxford Python, JSOxford, OxRUG, Codebar, dotnetoxfordDevOpsOxford & WPOx are going to be joining forces for a mega meetup (of super meetups).

We’ll be meeting at the Story Museum (just off St Aldates) at 6.30. There’s likely to be drinks and refreshments, and lovely people to chat to.

We’re going to have a bunch of short talks about a bunch more things.  It’s going to be a bit chaotic, but also really interesting, and tonnes of fun.

This meetup is also pretty exciting, because it’s TODAY.

If you’d be able to give a short talk (from 5-15 minutes), then please do get in touch. We’d be looking for stuff a) that’s interesting/relevant to a wider tech community b) anything at all.

We’ll be announcing talks/details/stuff as they become apparent.

Talk 1 - Semi-skimmed vim: a practical path to text editing enlightenment - Sam Whitehall

Talk 2 - The UX of VR: 10 Quick Tips - Max Glenister

Talk 3 - Tech Interviews that don't suck - Marc Tamlyn

Talk 4 - Starting .NET Oxford - Dan Clarke

Talk 5 - Putting people together with coaching & mentoring - Ryan Brooks

Talk 6 - JS and HTML5 Canvas - the only limit is your imagination... and processing power - Ben Newton

Talk 7 - Diversity and Tech - Beverley Newing

Talk 8 - A call for useless - Matei Copot

Important things / rules:

• We have a code of conduct - be respectful of others, and if you have any issues or problems; tell us.

• You should refer to the meetup name in full

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  • Jacob R.

    Absolutely Brilliant. Thanks Guys. Can't wait for Next Month :D

    4 days ago

  • Alan C.

    I love these meetings a lot

    1 · 5 days ago

  • Tim P

    Great event! I'll definitely try to attend any future ones. Loved the talks: many thanks to everyone with the nerve to give one.

    1 · 5 days ago

  • Marc T.

    It was mega, super and indeed a meetup

    3 · 6 days ago

  • Gabor J.

    It was really really nice! Kinda sad that Ben didn't get to clap out anyone overtime, but hey ho :). Loved the format. Hated the projector.

    2 · 6 days ago

  • Jacob R.

    Hi, do this one finish at 9-9:30 as usual or at a different time, as it's a bigger event?

    February 13

    • Ben F.

      Hey Jacob, hopefully we'll be finished by 9.30. We're starting a bit earlier this month (doors open at 6.30, talks start around 7)

      1 · 6 days ago

  • Joe R.

    Not difficult to see that Ben was involved here :)

    1 · February 9

  • David N.

    In referring to the meetup name in full do we have to say Meetup Meetup? It's redundant.

    February 9

    • Dan P.

      Not redundant: it's a Meetup (the social network) Meetup (event)

      3 · February 9

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