The Hacker News London meetup is an informal, social gathering for London and South East based users of Hacker News. It is an opportunity for software developers and technology entrepreneurs to meet and discuss their work, swap ideas and network.
Philipp Moehring is going to talk about the ways startups are financed, how venture capital works, and why Seedcamp loves hacking founders.
As an associate at Seedcamp, Philipp is responsible for portfolio management and support, organisation of Seedcamp events, and management of the application and selection process.
Narrative gives you the tools to write readable behaviour-driven tests in Java. We'll look at an example and explain why you might choose to use Narrative over other testing frameworks.
Douglas Squirrel has taught 3rd grade, started a one-man business, and performed in comedy sketches. In the last 15 years he has been CTO at startups in financial services and e-commerce and is currently VP Technology at children's payment-card firm Osper.
Daniel Tenner will give you some tips, based on our own experience, about how to go about getting yourself covered by tech publications.
Online Entrepreneur, CTO & Cofounder of http://www.woobius.com , Rails Hacker, Blogger, and a few other things.
A quick tour of Microsoft's foray into functional programming, F#. F# is declarative, expressive, succinct with the extremely handy bonus of interoperability with other .net languages and libraries, not to mention being an extremely fun language to code in.
Professional C# code grunt who's been coding and generally abusing computers since 9 years of age
In these post-recession times, many of us are looking for a part-time job or some form of second income. We all need just that little big of extra cash to keep things on track.
Josh Liu is the founder of MinuteBox , a marketplace for you to find specialist advisors, you buy and can also sell your own advice via video chat.
Ben Summers talks about how user experience affects every single line of code, and why all the effort is worthwhile.
Ben is the technical director of OneIS, a platform for building applications to solve information problems. He started off in web development as the web was beginning to take hold, and has been getting the most out of the web for clients ever since.
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