31 May 2008 - 18:44Python Demos in Brighton @ £5 App Demo Camp
On the evening of Tuesday July 8th (upcoming) we’re having a Demo Camp in Brighton as the new format for our regular £5 App hack/story evenings. Everyone is welcome, we normally have 20-40 people, London Python folk are especially welcome.
The current 6 talks (2 for Python – woot!) are:
- ‘Google Maps + GPS + Python + Series 60 + giant pencil == live biking location demo’, Tristan Roddis (CogApp)
- Google App Engine ‘stuff’, Simon Willison & Natalie Downe
- Evolvable flight-paths for crash-resistant landing vectors at a major airport, Matt Sarjent
- ‘Pistach.io: a cracking idea!’, Aral Balkan and Dave Stone
- ‘Inuda‘s first public app… after two years of ‘Innovating’ alongside client work’, Jon Markwell and Kev The Dev
- ‘Arduino – Beyond Blink’ – Making cool stuff with LEDs, Seb Lee-Delisle
Do you have something to demo? Get in contact (ian AT ianozsvald.com), maybe we can fit you into this event or maybe the next one. The next event may well have more of a start-up focus (if you’re running a start-up and you’d like a demo spot please do get in touch!).
The location is a bus-ride along Western Road, it’ll take about 20 minutes from Brighton station (see the upcoming page for maps). The evening is free, it’ll be bring-your-own-beer (and I’ll aim to bring some spare beer and a hat-for-cash for those who forget).
Ribot was kind enough to video the last event, take a look to get an idea of what to expect (at this event we were trying to figure out the format for 2008’s talks).