With the release of Windows 8 at the end of 2012 Microsoft started a Windows Everywhere campaign. In August 2015 Microsoft released the Windows 10 IoT Core. Now you can run a cut down version of … more
This month we will look at some fun ways to solve the "Elevator Problem", that is, coming up with an algorithm that transports people on different floors to their chosen destination in the quickest … more
In a last minute change we will not be learning about SQL Tricks, but instead learning all about Expression Trees.
Learn how to express yourself: A gentle dive into Expression Trees and how they are … more
Joe Swan is Head of Technology at IAM Cloud, co-organiser and judge at HackManchester and a Leeds Sharp regular. He blogs regularly at codeburst.wordpress.com.
In this talk, Joe will walk us through … more
Our last meetup for the year! We thought we'd finish with a slightly different format and invite a few guests on to a panel show style talk about SOLID, ORMs, and more rant-producing-topics of the … more
Come and join us for some practical coding for fun. All skill levels welcome. Laptop would be good but not essential.
This is the third of our quarterly code dojos. In this session we will attempt … more
Data security is something that we as developers have to take seriously when developing solutions for our organizations. Cryptography can be a deeply complicated and mathematical subject but as … more
Design patterns are formalized best practices that the programmer can use to solve common problems when designing an application or system. If you've never heard of design patterns or would like to … more
This is part 1 of Richard Tasker's Azure, The Good Parts series.
In this talk he will show you the features you can use to build web applications in Azure. He will also show you some alternative … more
What is a coding dojo?
All coding dojos will start off with a 25 minute TDD and Coding Principles primer (the same each time, so if you don't understand all of it you will have plenty more … more