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
This is a two part series around the Unity Game Engine. This month, Matt Ross will give us a crash course introduction to Unity from a developers perspective. If you haven't heard of Unity or you've … more
The Alternative C# Stack
Mathew McLoughlin lost track of the number of C# developers who work with the Microsoft frameworks. Teams will choose to use WebAPI/MVC, Entity Framework and MS SQL without … more
This month the theme will be testing in .NET. We'll have a few talks and open the floor for people to share their thoughts and best practice they've discovered.
The talks will be
Why you should be … more
In a change to the planned session, we'll be taking a dive into the fascinating world of fractal images, and generating our own fractal trees (and other such creations) using F#. This will be based … more
In this session, regular LS#'er Grant Crofton will introduce us to the interesting field of Machine Learning (ML).
Want to build Skynet, but don't know where to start? Grant will give a … more
Ho, ho, ho!
This month is our Christmas pub quiz meetup. We'll be testing our brand new LS# Twitter Pub Quiz whilst consuming a few beverages.
The winner gets to pick from either a Resharper 8, … more