Friday Round Up 9th – 13th September 2013

Its been a busy week here at Skills Matter HQ! On Monday we saw John Dolden talking at the Agile Clinic – ‘Rubbish in Rubbish Out‘. We also had the September meet-ups of London Ruby user group and London Elastic user group.

   Tuesday saw the arrival of the London AJAX user group with talks from Stefan Solinas and Kornel Lesinski. Women In Data and the F#unctional Londoners were next through our doors on Wednesday for their September meet-ups, both with tremendous turnouts!

   Finally we had an explosive Thursday – a packed venue for Uncle Bob’s talk with 8th light and a fantastic In The Brain of Richard Clark!

 (Please follow the above links for event podcasts and further details)

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If you attended these events you may have seen a member of the Skills Matter team taking photos; you can view and tag yourselves in these photos on our Facebook page.

Next week at Skills Matter 16th – 17th September 2013
We have a number of events taking place at Skills Matter next week. These events are a great opportunity to learn, share and meet face-to-face other like-minded people. Not to mention they’re also free, so if any of the following events sound like something you’d enjoy, just follow the link and register.

Monday 16th September
In The Brain of David A. Dawson: Development in the large.
In The Brain of Allan Kelly
: Xanpan – not a methodology, a personal take on Agile.

Tuesday 17th September
London Haskell: Automatons for haskell game programming.
In The Brain of Brian LeRoux: Killing PhoneGap and going beyond HTML5.

Wednesday 18th September
In The Brain of Carlos Ble: Behaviour-driven RIAs with JavaScript.

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