• Programming for Audio Visual [Zoom]

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    The smart home and retail experience is ubiquitous today, and the tools to support the endeavours are varied too. Join us as we explore the options presented by the Crestron ecosystem with Neil, a solution architect at Rebar Systems. # Session Details TBC # About Neil https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-carroll-68933b24/ # About Crestron "Crestron Electronics has carved the path for technological innovation since 1972. We create automation solutions that transform the way people live their lives, making their day-to-day tasks easier and improving efficiency and productivity. We strive to be at the forefront of cutting-edge technology, constantly offering faster, better solutions that address the needs of customers the world over." https://www.crestron.com/

  • Virtual Social Club

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    At this time of "Physical Distancing", let's not become socially distant! Join us at the nor(DEV):SocialClub, every Friday at 17:30. BYOB, bring your fine self. We may play some games. We may invent some cocktails. And we'll definitely put the world to rights.

  • Jupyter Notebook: data science in action

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    You spoke! We heard! We're sorry about the technical difficulties of nor(DEV):Live last month. Dani has kindly agreed to reschedule to satiate your need for the Jupyter knowledge! ## Dani Papamaximou - Data Scientist - Jupyter Notebook: data science in action During this presentation, Dani will go through a basic example of data analysis using Jupyter notebook. Jupyter notebook is one of the favourite tools in data science, and this presentation will demonstrate why. There will be live coding, live errors, bad jokes, and everything that shall remain behind closed doors during development, giving you a rare opportunity to understand the challenges of the work of a data scientist.

  • Virtual Social Club

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    At this time of "Physical Distancing", let's not become socially distant! Join us at the nor(DEV):SocialClub, every Friday at 17:30. BYOB, bring your fine self. We may play some games. We may invent some cocktails. And we'll definitely put the world to rights.

  • Making something Satisfactory in Go

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    An exploration of GoLang through the medium of a "Game Assistant Tool". We will explore: - Recursive algorithms - Passing functions as parameters - Interfaces - and much more ## About Dom He needeth no introductions, but, does provide a wonderful array of bios and blurbs for an organiser to use https://github.com/domdavis/talks :heart: so we'd be amiss if we didn't use one: Dom Davis is a veteran of The City and a casualty of The Financial Crisis. Not content with bringing the world to its knees he then went off to help break the internet before winding up in Norfolk where he messes about doing development and devops. Dom has been writing code since his childhood sometime in the last millennium – he hopes some day to become good at it. Dom is an enthusiastic and impassioned speaker [read: he gabbles] who uses a blend of irreverent sarcasm and flippant humour to bring complex subjects to a broad audience. Whether or not they understand him is up for debate, but he likes to believe they do.

  • Virtual Social Club

    Online event

    At this time of "Physical Distancing", let's not become socially distant! Join us at the nor(DEV):SocialClub, every Friday at 17:30. BYOB, bring your fine self. We may play some games. We may invent some cocktails. And we'll definitely put the world to rights.

  • nor(DEV):Live - Managing Diabetes with Jamstack

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    Jamstack is often considered a great solution for blogs and portfolios. But the fact is, we can do so much more. We can actually use Jamstack to develop feature rich apps! In this talk I will discuss how I created an open source Jamstack application that's designed to help diabetics manage blood sugars. We'll look at some of the services I used and how Serverless functions helped me deliver powerful functionality without a single web server in sight! This talk is based on an article I posted on dev.to earlier this year - https://dev.to/jamieendeavour/managing-diabetes-with-jamstack-the-idea-2gi3. The post is about an idea I had to develop a web application that diabetics can deploy easily and use to assist with their treatment. My talk will show the audience that Jamstack is more than a way of developing “static websites”. I want the audience to see what they can achieve with a combination of services and tooling from the Jamstack ecosystem. I hope that my talk inspires the audience to go away and use some of these services/tools for their own ideas. ## About Jamie https://www.linkedin.com/in/jbradley22 Hey, I'm Jamie, founder of a Web Agency called Endeavour Digital Limited and I am based in the North East of England. As well as the founder of my company I am also an enthusiastic, self-motivated Front End Engineer. I have a number of years commercial experience in HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript, along with CSS/JS frameworks such as Bootstrap, Foundation, React and NodeJs. Throughout my career I have worked with some respectable organisation such as Sky, DWP, AXA, British Airways and many more. I'm a keen squash player and enjoy playing outside of work. When I'm not in the squash court I invest time in personal projects to develop my skills and spend time with my family.

  • Virtual Social Club

    Online event

    At this time of "Physical Distancing", let's not become socially distant! Join us at the nor(DEV):SocialClub, every Friday at 17:30. BYOB, bring your fine self. We may play some games. We may invent some cocktails. And we'll definitely put the world to rights.

  • Virtual Social Club

    Online event

    At this time of "Physical Distancing", let's not become socially distant! Join us at the nor(DEV):SocialClub, every Friday at 17:30. BYOB, bring your fine self. We may play some games. We may invent some cocktails. And we'll definitely put the world to rights.

  • Virtual Social Club

    Online event

    At this time of "Physical Distancing", let's not become socially distant! Join us at the nor(DEV):SocialClub, every Friday at 17:30. BYOB, bring your fine self. We may play some games. We may invent some cocktails. And we'll definitely put the world to rights.