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
To kick of this session, Macs Dickison will be reporting his findings on Event Store - a database for supporting the concept of [Event Sourcing].
Next, Matt Ross will be looking at Finite State … more
This month we're going to do another coding kata. These are always well received and provide some serious coding fun time.
We've settled on the Bowling Kata this time. We will be pairing up so that … more
Richard and Carl from .NET Rocks and The Tablet Show are touring the UK and will be in Manchester this month on the day we normally have our session. So, we thought we'd have our own trip from Leeds … more