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New Meetup: Meet A Mentor - University College London - Thurs 26th April at 6.30pm

From: Anji C.
Sent on: Thursday, April 12, 2012 6:38 PM
Hi everyone, 

Just to follow up on the recent announcement of the next Meet A Mentor session at UCL on Thurs 26th April at 6:30pm - http://www.meetup.com/grad-dc/events/58387482/

We now have 5 confirmed mentors:

John Patrick is a Java Contractor, graduated from Bournemouth University, 2:i BSc (Hons) Computer in 2003. His placement year was spent using Microsoft Embedded technologies but since then has focused on Java. Currently working as a lead java resource within RBS in Angel, previous Friends Life, London Cycle Hire and before that several secure government projects.

Martin Anderson is currently a Software Architect at Betfair, Martin has worked in online media, banking, trading and gambling. His career path was not a typical one since he started out in the 'wetware' subject of physiology and it wasn't until his PhD which saw him performing automated analysis of EEG's that led him to focus on programming rather than clinical research. Primarily a technologist, he is concerned with two things: getting the job done and doing it the right way.

Emily Green is a Haskell (+ a bit of JavaScript) developer for a young startup. In the past she has also worked in finance as a Java developer. She's currently based in Berlin.

Trisha Gee is a developer at LMAX Exchange, a financial exchange in London. She's been working in financial markets for the last 6 years or so, but a fear of boredom and healthy amount of job-hopping before then has given her a wide breadth of experience, in a range of industries, over the 10+ years she's been a professional developer. She started programming aged 8 in the old-school world of BBC BASIC, but found learning Java at university a totally different kettle of fish. Currently trying to get her head around low-latency, high performance coding whilst also keeping her fingers in the other pies LMAX has to offer, such as continuous delivery and agile. Trisha is heavily involved in the London Java Community and the Graduate Developer Community, she believes we shouldn't all have to make the same mistakes again and again.

John Stevenson - Having done most jobs in the IT world, John has many tails of joys and sorrow. He is currently coaching teams in effective practices, helping build communities for fun & profit, and discovering Clojure by trying to teach others the joy of functional programming - http://blog.jr0cket.co.uk
Graham Lyons is a web developer working with PHP, Java, Javascript, Apache and Varnish amongst other things. Graham works for the BBC building the bits that other teams use to create exciting products.

Do sign up to reserve a place.

Thanks,

Anji

Anji Conroy
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