Thursday 17th May 7:00pm at Plant NOMA
For May's NWRUG we're having lightning talks from you, our lovely North West Ruby Community. Lightning talks are short (anything from 2 to 10 minute) talks on any topic that will be of interest to the group.
The talks this month are:
- Zen and the art of tube amp maintenance, Alex Lynham
- password with a capital P, Kyle Welsby
- GDPR - what it means for a small dev team, Anna Dick
- Class based automated integrated testing using SitePrism, Luke Hill
- Git submodules - making them usable, Sam Phillips
- Breaking services down with the Mad Titan, Brandon Burton
... and you? Giving a lightning talk is a great way to try your hand at public speaking, and we encourage and support first time speakers. If you're interested in giving a lightning talk this month, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're very happy to help with advice on what to talk about, how to structure your talk, run a rehearsal, or anything else you might need to help you prepare and feel comfortable giving it. There is also a short advise for speakers section here on the website.
NOTE: Change of venue
MadLab are now running their community activities out of PLANT NOMA so that’s where we’ll be from this month. PLANT is a short walk from MadLab in the Redfern building on Dantzic Street
- 6:30pm – Doors open for pre-event chat
- 7:00pm – Lightning Talks
- After – Post-talk chat and drinks