We are excited to confirm our next meetup, on March 14th!
Our Twitter account is @ParisHackers (http://twitter.com/ParisHackers) and the official hashtag for the event is #ParisHackers (http://twitter.com/search/ParisHackers)
As always, we'll discuss trendy buzzwords firing up on Hacker News, we'll have beer & pizzas while socializing, but we are also excited to have two great speakers joining us: Tristan Nitot and Michel Bartz.
Tristan has been involved with Mozilla since 1998. He co-founded Mozilla Europe in 2003 and has been Mozilla Europe's president since then. In his copious free time, Tristan has been advocating Free Software and Open Web, raising two kids (with limited success) and taking pictures. His new job title is now "Principal Mozilla Evangelist". One of his article about giving his work for free recently made the first page of Hacker News: This photograph is free (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3452908).
He'll discuss about the relevance of Mozilla in the Web we use today.
Michel is Head of Technology at Localgiving.com in London. He worked for four years in high traffic/load environment as Lead Software Engineer at Manwin Canada. Tech enthusiast, his work mostly involve PHP, MySQL, Redis, and a long list of cutting edge technologies.
He'll talk about performance and his work at one of the top100 sites (you'll be surprised to learn which one).