I’ve been at GitHub Universe in San Francisco for the last few days. Around 1500 developers (not sure if that figure includes staff and exhibitors) in a warehouse at Pier 70. The venue was beautifully converted into an interaction space. Here is the view from outside as we were leaving; Octocat seems to be waving
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I attend numerous technical events, most of which are vendor-specific. There is nothing wrong with vendor-specific events. If you want to explore what is on offer from that vendor and quiz their people, they are ideal. You will be aware though that they are promotional events and give you a skewed view of the world,
…continue reading The Monki Gras London 2013: scaling craft, how to be happy at work, defining software excellence, and lots of beer
I attended The Monki Gras in London yesterday, a distinctive developer event arranged by the analyst firm RedMonk.
This was not only a developer event, with the likes of Andre Charland and Dave Johnson from the PhoneGap team at Adobe, Mike Milinkovich the executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, and Jason Hoffman with Bryan
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I cloned a github repository today, and while browsing the site noticed the language stats: