Psychology of programming: A very short introduction
Superlative! Dangling modifier. Also Lead Dev @ Keepmebooked
Dave Nolan is the CTO at Appear Here, the online marketplace for commercial lettings. Dave loved Ruby for a long time but also likes to muck about with JS, Nim, Picat, and he is interested in continuous delivery, learning organisations, performance, exploring London.
Building with domain concepts
Imposter Syndrome: How we act and work together
Melinda Seckington is a developer, blogger and event organizer. She is currently a developer at FutureLearn, a social learning platform offering free courses from top universities. Melinda is interested in interested in solving complex problems with artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms.
Making your first pull request
Charlotte Spencer does code and people things for Marks and Spencer. Their goal is to make the web a more accessible place for everyone in terms of both technology and culture, and works extensively in open source for projects like Hoodie and Your First PR to achieve this. To summarise them in three words: pizza, bed, emoji.
Automatic differentiation in Ruby
Tom is a computer scientist and programmer. He has lectured on optimising compilers at the University of Cambridge, co-organises the Ruby Manor conference, and is a member of the London Ruby User Group.
Web Developer Life Hacks
Full Stack Web Developer specializing in Ruby lang. related technologies.
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