Alex Garland is talking this month about data storage.
For many years, the relational model was the default way to store application data, and SQL Server was the obvious tool to use when developing … 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
John Staveley will be telling us how to secure our .NET MVC websites.
The number and frequency of attacks on websites in the news is increasing steadily. However for each company that you hear about … more
Micro Services: conquer monoliths, before they own you
"The monoliths have you!" screams Kiran Singh. With their "all in one place" tens-of-projects solutions, entangled dependencies and tied down … more
As people tend to be busy in December we're bringing forward our Christmas meetup to November.
This is going to be quite an informal meeting. We'll have a chat about how we're doing and what you'd … more
This month Chris Dobson gives us an introduction to WebSharper. WebSharper builds HTML5 apps with F#, the world's finest programming language (according to Grant Crofton at least). See how quickly … more
This month we will host a long overdue code dojo session. Richard and Matt recently had to tackle a cube packing problem in production and we thought this would provide a good base for a code dojo. … more
A Journey into CQRS/ES/DDD
For years Mat McLoughlin used to live and die by the CRUD sword. Building complex repositories and service layers to update my anaemic models, often with complex … more
Macs Dickinson will give us a quick overview of AppVeyor, a continious Integration tool for .NET developers.
Jordan Appleson is going to give us an introduction to Octopus … more
Richard England is an award winning, twice BAFTA nominated creative coder. He's been working on some amazing projects with a focus on Natural User Interfaces (NUI).
Richard has kindly agreed to demo … more