This is our monthly Software Craftsmanship round table to discuss technology, practices or whatever else takes our fancy.
If you're using some new technology you think others would be interested in, if you've got a design or some code you'd like to discuss, if you'd like to discuss a specific practice, a problem you are having at work or you'd simply like to see what others have got to say - come along and join in the conversation.
How does it work?
The first 15-30 minutes will be devoted to lightning talks. So if you've got a cool demo, some new technology or just something you think the group might find interesting, controversial or just plain funny, bring it along and share with the group! Don't worry if you've never given a lightning talk before - this is a great opportunity to give a talk in a friendly environment. We'll have a projector and a whiteboard and all talks are restricted to no more than five minutes.
The rest of the evening will be run as an Open Space.
There will be food and drinks. There's only room for limited numbers at this event, so if you change your mind please update your RSVP so others can come.
Community Code of Conduct
Please review our Community Code of Conduct (https://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/pages/14935142/Code_of_Conduct/) before attending and help us to ensure a safe environment for everybody.
Don’t Miss SC London 2019
Once again Codurance is pleased to be supporting SC London to make sure craftspeople far and wide can come together for 2-days of networking; idea sharing and fun. In 2018 we welcomed people from the UK; across Europe; Israel; North America and even Australia.
SC London 2019
Now in its third year we’re working hard to deliver a lineup as impressive as in previous years - no easy feat when you look at the experts who have already taken to the stage and shared their knowledge, tips and insights in 2017 and 2018.
However...we are making great progress and are pleased to welcome back some of our favourites, including Trisha Gee, Simon Brown, Sandro Mancuso and Mashooq Badar plus to extend a warm welcome to ‘first-timers’ such as the impressive Gojko Adzic, John Ferguson Smart and Frances Buontempo. Be sure to keep checking Twitter @SCLConf, Instagram @sclconf, Linkedin or the website for further announcements.
If you didn’t manage to make it to previous conferences then you can enjoy the talks at your leisure by visiting https://sc-london.com/
This year, once again we’ll be returning to CodeNode. as many of you know is in the heart of London and in our opinion a great place for tech events. This year we’ve hired the whole venue and look forward to welcoming attendees and sponsors alike during 3-4 October.
You will need to purchase a ticket (at https://sc-london.com/) to attend this event.
There’s more information is on the SC London site but if you have any questions about getting involved as a sponsor or delegate please do get in touch (mailto:[masked])