I discovered HAML last week. It has changed my life. Screw writing HTML (or ERB). HAML is the future! http://haml.info/
Helping early stage entrepreneurs with what’s next
For newbies, what happens at Flagons Den: Everyone in the room take turns to stand up, introduce who they are, what they do and if they had a crazy idea to pitch, what that would be. From there, conversation ensues based on anything that piques the interest of others in the room.
We keep the group size small enough to ensure the conversations are intimate and varied. Everyone leaves having been able to share ideas in a relaxed environment. That is what makes Flagons Den special: no pressure, just chatter.
Douglas Squirrel – Secret Sales
I am not too enamoured with modern e-commerce sites. Amazon still rules, which means the new breed just aren’t very good.
But I do have a lot of time for Secret Sales CTO Douglas Squirrel. Smart, level headed and generous with advising aspiring entrepreneurs over lunch (his shout).
Douglas is looking to strengthen his team with developers who want to work for a (very well) funded start-up. They code in PHP and push code continuously. If you want to gain great experience, I couldn’t recommend getting in touch with Squirrel enough: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patent of the week
Different ways of playing with your joystick
Mon 19 Nov 2012
Thu 22 Nov 2012 – people need to talk to each other – too many clashes!
London OpenCoffee weekly meetup (10am) @ UCL Roberts Building, Torrington Place, WC1E 7JE
Silicon Roundabout Meetup - Fri 30 Nov
If you are reading this, you are the resistance.