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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: 01-08-2019
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: The Dolphin Pub, Canterbury

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This month, we will be having a casual drinks night at The Dolphin Pub, Canterbury. Join us from 7pm for a night of drinks, chats and board games!

How To Find Us:

The address is:

The Dolphin
St Radigunds St
Canterbury
Kent, CT1 2AA

From London

The closest train station is Canterbury West. From there, it is a 10 minute walk to The Dolphin.

By Car

Travelling via car, the closest car park is The Saint Radigunds Street car park which backs on to The Dolphin.

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Previous talks

How to 10x learning a new programming language

Raymond Coulstock

with Raymond Coulstock

What is simplicity and why do we value it so much? How does it relate to complexity? When is complexity good and when is it bad? How does simplicity differ from ease? As we examine these questions we'll find that the situation is not quite as simple (!) as it might first appear. In the course of the discussion we'll come up with a mental model for framing problems that we can apply to many things - but we'll particularly look at how we can apply it to our designs and code. We'll also look at how some programming languages help us more than others in our drive towards simplicity.

Blockchain in Your Business

Kenneth Cox

with Kenneth Cox

Blockchain is an emerging technology that has captured the attention of the financial experts, the media and the technical enthusiasts. In this talk we take a look at the technology; how it works, why you should consider it for your business and how it's given life to cryptocurrencies.

Seeking Simplicity

Phil Nash

with Phil Nash

What is simplicity and why do we value it so much? How does it relate to complexity? When is complexity good and when is it bad? How does simplicity differ from ease? As we examine these questions we'll find that the situation is not quite as simple (!) as it might first appear. In the course of the discussion we'll come up with a mental model for framing problems that we can apply to many things - but we'll particularly look at how we can apply it to our designs and code. We'll also look at how some programming languages help us more than others in our drive towards simplicity.

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Alex Cachia | AlexCachia5

Alex Cachia

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