Friday Round-Up: 17 – 21st February

The sun is finally shining at the end of another fantastic week at Skills Matter. With a mixture of hands-on sessions and talks, we hosted a range of interesting topics with our community. Make sure you check out the website if you missed out or you just want to re-cap!

What you've missed this week at Skills Matter!

The OpenTech School, a new User Group to join us at Skills Matter, were in on Monday with an introduction to website building. The first of two parts, they covered the basic building blocks – which by the end of the second meetup will be leaving you with your very own personal portfolio website.

Trident, the DSL language of Storm was the main focus at this weeks London Storm User Group meeting – discussing its’ core concepts and demonstrating a Trident topology developer from scratch and run in a production environment.

At the LondonBig-O User Group, Anish Mohammed and Jason Davies delivered two talks explaining more about Quantum Computing and Spherical geometry algorithms. Interesting topics that spiked discussion along with Beer & Pizza. Yum!

Finally, WebGL London took a closer look at some three.js features and sneaky peek at some alternatives. A hands-on session which brought together a great group of delegates discussing more about where things are heading.


Next week in brief:

Monday: OpenTechSchool London, London .NET User Group

Tuesday: In The Brain of Richard Clark, London Riak Meetup

Wednesday: London Neo4J, London Selenium Meetup

Thursday: London Continuous Delivery, The F#unctional Londoners, London Java Community

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