Monday, 9th October at CodeNode, London

This meetup is run by LRUG: London Ruby User Group. Starts at 6:30 PM.

Want to learn how to work smart rather than hard? Interested in learning more about Lisp Syntax? Don't miss this month's LRUG meetup!

Work Smart, Not Hard

Want to learn how to work smart rather than hard? Check out this talk by Paula Muldoon!

Work Smart, Not Hard draws on Paula’s experience as an international violinist and Makers Academy alumna to promote practices that lead to code that’s well-designed, extensible, easy to debug, and enjoyable to write.

Paula Muldoon

Paula Muldoon retrained at Makers Academy after an international career as a violinist and is now a PHP developer at Kurt Geiger. She has performed in over 20 countries, including recording at Abbey Road, and also blogs as The Mindful Violinist and Fiddlers Code. Originally from the USA, she holds degrees from the University of Michigan and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. She loves software development because you never stop learning!

Splitting Strings

Have you ever discovered a bug that's taken you on a software adventure? Chris Zetter will be sharing such an adventure with us, don't miss it!

Chris Zetter be talking about a bug he caused that led him on a journey of software archaeology. He'll be sharing what he discovered along the way.

Chris Zetter

Chris Zetter is a Software Engineer who is currently a Tech Lead at FutureLearn. He's spending most of his spare time at the moment learning how to ride a bike.

Making a Ruby with Lisp Syntax

Check out this talk by Emily Wood where she tells us about designing a Lisp-like language!

Emily will be discussing compiler design and sharing her experiences of designing a Lisp-like language which compiles to Ruby.

Emily Wood

Emily is a backend developer at The App Business. She started out as a chemical engineer and took a detour into biomedical engineering, before ending up in software development. She doesn't really know what to do with herself when she's not learning something new

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

Want to learn how to work smart rather than hard? Interested in learning more about Lisp Syntax? Don't miss this month's LRUG meetup!

Work Smart, Not Hard

Want to learn how to work smart rather than hard? Check out this talk by Paula Muldoon!

Work Smart, Not Hard draws on Paula’s experience as an international violinist and Makers Academy alumna to promote practices that lead to code that’s well-designed, extensible, easy to debug, and enjoyable to write.

Paula Muldoon

Paula Muldoon retrained at Makers Academy after an international career as a violinist and is now a PHP developer at Kurt Geiger. She has performed in over 20 countries, including recording at Abbey Road, and also blogs as The Mindful Violinist and Fiddlers Code. Originally from the USA, she holds degrees from the University of Michigan and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. She loves software development because you never stop learning!

Splitting Strings

Have you ever discovered a bug that's taken you on a software adventure? Chris Zetter will be sharing such an adventure with us, don't miss it!

Chris Zetter be talking about a bug he caused that led him on a journey of software archaeology. He'll be sharing what he discovered along the way.

Chris Zetter

Chris Zetter is a Software Engineer who is currently a Tech Lead at FutureLearn. He's spending most of his spare time at the moment learning how to ride a bike.

Making a Ruby with Lisp Syntax

Check out this talk by Emily Wood where she tells us about designing a Lisp-like language!

Emily will be discussing compiler design and sharing her experiences of designing a Lisp-like language which compiles to Ruby.

Emily Wood

Emily is a backend developer at The App Business. She started out as a chemical engineer and took a detour into biomedical engineering, before ending up in software development. She doesn't really know what to do with herself when she's not learning something new

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members