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May 2014

May the fourth (+17) be with you

Level 6, 341 George St (Atlassian) – Enter via the side door in Wynyard Street

This IS the meet-up you're looking for!

Our presentations are looking so good you'd be forgiven for not hating Jar Jar Binks. (Best not press your luck, though)

What you should do is press the button to RSVP for one of our May tickets :P

Darth Joel will tempt you to the Dark Side with his tales of Surreal Numbers in JavaScript. You won't need Midi-chlorians to help you get to the bottom of his Math, but they couldn't help.

Qui-Gon Patrick won't be showing you how to program light sabers, but he will be showing us how to control a Pebble watch. And there's no way of knowing how the Rebels would have turned the tables with Pebbles at their disposal.

And if that's not enough we have lighting! Not the Emperor's black lighting, but a handful of the talk variety.

Get your ass...ault team into gear and grab that RSVP now! 

Talks

PC

Using your JS skillz in Pebble Watch Dev

by Patrick Catanzariti
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All This Useless Beauty

by Joel Turnbull

LIGHTNING TALKS

Sharkie Avatar
Aaron Powell Avatar
Peter Warren Avatar
Piotr Plewa Avatar
Mark Finger Avatar
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Nik Butenko Avatar
Charlie Gerard Avatar
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Jonathan Conway Avatar
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Chris Green Avatar
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Alex North Avatar
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Simon Swain Avatar
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Boris Bozic Avatar
Andrej G. Avatar
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David Hong Avatar
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Dan Turner Avatar
Jed Watson Avatar
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Michael Ahearn Avatar
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Andrew Snow Avatar
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Tom Walker Avatar
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Sarah Wardle Avatar
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Pierre Bergamin Avatar
Simon Taylor Avatar
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