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codeHarbour is a technology meetup group in Kent. Every month we meet to share ideas, stories and techniques around design, development, process, community and much more, covering all aspects of technology.

Next meetup

Date: 05-06-2019
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Folkestone Quarterhouse

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Schedule for the night:

  • 7:00 - 7:30 - Pizza, drinks and mingling
  • 7:30 - 8:00 - Sharing Data is Caring Data by Mark Terry
  • 8:00 - 8:15 - Intermission
  • 8:15 - 8:45 - Seeking Simplicity by Phil Nash
  • 8:45 - 9:00 - Discussion and socialising

How To Find Us:

This month, we’re hosted by the good people at Creative Folkestone in Folkestone at their amazing venue The Quarterhouse. The address is:

Quarterhouse
Mill Bay
Folkestone
Kent, CT20 1BN

From London

The HS1 fast train from St Pancras gets you to Ashford. From there you can jump on the next train to Folkestone Centeral. The Quarterhouse is situated on Tontine Street, a few minutes walk away from the harbour and the Old High Street.

Travelling via car, the carpark is available at the rear of the builiding, free parking applies after 6pm

When you arrive at The Quarterhouse

Once inside the venue, walk past the stairs and up the first flight of stairs. You've made it!

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Previous talks

Hacking WordPress: Why, How, Who, What

Aaron Taylor

with Aaron Taylor

Show me a WordPress website that isn't under attack and I'll show you a localhost. Let's take a look at the who hacks WordPress, how they hack it, what they do with it and why they hack it in the first place. We'll also look at a few simple ways you can tighten up your WordPress security to reduce the chance of you falling prey

A brief introduction to IaC with Terraform

Kenton Robbins

with Kenton Robbins

Managing cloud infrastructure can be a complex and time consuming process. Using Terraform, we are able to create a blueprint capable of reproducing your infrastructure simply by running a script. Find out how ‘infrastructure as code’ can reduce operational costs and risk while increasing efficiency and stability.

Managing technical debt

Chris Willmott

with Chris Willmott

With the talk primarily aimed at those in technical roles, I'll be providing a number of practical methods to use when managing technical debt. About half the talk will be things we can do as developers to quickly identify then reduce the impact of technical debt, and half will be around how to explain technical debt to non-technical stakeholders.

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Alex Cachia | AlexCachia5

Alex Cachia

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