This month we’re pleased to be supporting more events than ever before – and with 10+ fantastic meetups to choose from, there’s never been a better time to get involved with Brighton’s buzzing tech sector.
So, what’s happening this month?
⭐ Tonight the Async group are getting together for: A night with Vue.js.
⭐ Caring for Coders: How to sleep better – 9th June | 12:30-13:30
Do you struggle with sleep? Do you wake up feeling tired?
Certified Health Coach Michelle Flynn will be discussing sleep, explaining the science behind it and sharing practical advice on how to create and maintain healthy sleeping habits. Come along to learn how to sleep better. 🎟️ More info here
⭐ Brighton R: Playing with dashboards & ggplot2 – 9th June | 16:00-18:00
Are you interested in the R programming language and some of its fun and useful capabilities?
At the next Brighton R, Tobias Stalder will be sharing how he built a cool data visualisation package that allows you to create custom coloured Gameboy pictures, followed by Lauri Huhta discussing best practices for creating project management dashboards. 🎟️ More info here
⭐ South Coast Sellers Club – 10th June | 12:30-14:00
When it comes to sales messaging, a technical pitch of your full range of services is not always sufficient.
Revenue expert Brigid Fox and sales wiz Ben Bennett will be helping you to identify your customers’ pain-points, so you can build tailored value propositions that effectively communicate why your proposal is their best option. 🎟️ More info here
⭐ Lean Agile Brighton: Data Driven Retrospectives – 16th June | 19:00-20:30
Data-driven retrospectives are a must for high performing agile teams, enabling you to drill down into the data and look for patterns or outliers.
Colleen Johnson, CEO of ScatterSpoke and ProKanban.org, joins us to discuss how to interpret data to identify the most valuable opportunities for improvement, providing examples to help you evaluate how well your team is delivering value. 🎟️ More info here
⭐ Product Unleashed: Scaling product design teams – 17th June | 12:00-13:30
Do you work in the world of products, design and innovation?
⭐ Sussex Data Science – 17th June | 16:00-17:00
Amongst all the natural disasters reported yearly, drought events are the most prevalent. At the next Sussex Data Science meetup, we’ll be hearing from Edward Efui Salakpi, a researcher at the University of Sussex’s AstroCast project, who has been using intricate data to forecast droughts. 🎟️ More info here
⭐ Marketing Talk: Fox&Bear – 24th June | 12:30-14:00
If you’re a marketer looking to hone your craft, or you just want to learn more about the world of marketing, Marketing Talk is for you!
⭐ Quarkus World Tour rocks up to Brighton – 22nd June | 17:00-18:30
Looking to move or improve your Java applications on Kubernetes?
The #Quarkus framework re-imagines the #Java stack to give you the performance characteristics and developer experience you need to create modern, high performing applications.
This hands-on event in collaboration with the Brighton Java community is designed to help you get started with Java in a Kubernetes world! 🎟️ More info here
⭐ Brighton Kotlin: A fresh look at Kotlin Coroutines – 24th June | 18:00-20:00
#Kotlin is getting increasingly popular for backend development… With this in mind, software engineer Laksitha Ranasingha will be talking about the use and benefits of Kotlin coroutines for asynchronous programming. 🎟️ More info here
⭐ PHP Sussex Meetup – 29th June | 19:00-20:00
We’re excited to be supporting PHP Sussex as they return for their first event of 2021. If you want to learn about all things #PHP and web development, this one’s for you!
At the event, we’ll be joined by Christopher Miller, PHP Developer at Jump Twenty Four to chat about #PHP8.
This is a major milestone for the language, bringing several new features and performance improvements. Together we’ll explore these new features, demonstrating what code changes need prior review to ensure your applications remain compliant and don’t break the PHP 7 support. 🎟️ More info here
And we’re not finished yet!
We’ve a few more events to announce this month, so stay tuned for updates – and if you haven’t already, be sure to join our free community hub site, as that way you’ll be the first to hear about what’s happening locally. Learn more about the hub.