Posted on October 2019 By Michelle Smith
We have another month of fantastic tech events coming up this October, starting tomorrow with our Reading .Net Meetup. Hosted at SSE, we are delighted to be joined by web developer Steve Sanderson, who will be presenting his talk ‘Blazor and Future of .Net Web Apps’.
Breaking the mould of our traditional Meetup itinerary we have The Bristol Tech Symposium, Bristol’s first and only friendly(ish) interactive debate. The series debuts next week on the 7th with ‘Are Programmers the Problem?' and will be hosted by BJSS.
We look forward to our ever popular London .Net Meetup on the 9th hosted by Codurance. Details are still TBC, so keep your eyes peeled.
On the 22nd we have our South West Java Meetup hosted with Scott Logic at their Bristol Office. Java Champion and Microsoft MVP Edson Yanaga will be joining us all the way from the States presenting his talk 'Coding That Sparks Joy With Quarkus', which will be 100% live coding! Scott Logic's very own Senior Developer Magnus Smith will also be providing a talk on "Easier Functional Programming in Java with VAVR'.
Lastly, on the 23rd, we have our South West Tableau ‘Data Cubed’ event at Bristol’s Engine Shed.
With events across the South West and London, we hope you can join us this month for great discussions and slice or two of pizza...