November Newsletter


With Christmas just around the corner we’re celebrating the year with two geek dinners. The first in Edinburgh on the 4th December and the second in Glasgow on the 12th December. There are only a few places left as most went when we announced them on Twitter.

If you are on twitter you can follow us @scottishdevs.

If you were signed up to our Advanced TDD event which we had to cancel at the last minute then you may be interested to know that it has been rescheduled and will be on 8th December.

We announced our annual conference, Developer Day Scotland (part of the DDD community conferences), this month too. It will be on the 8th May 2010. The call for speakers is now open, so if you have any sessions (60 minutes) that you’d like to give then please register on the site and submit your session. In the new year we’ll be opening the sessions up to voting so you can have your say on what sessions you want to see. For those on twitter you can follow @dddscot to get the latest news about the conference.

If you run a user group, or just know of an event that would be of interest to software developers we’re always keen to hear about it. Let us know by sending an email to [email protected]

Colin Mackay, Chairman, Scottish Developers

Our Upcoming Events

4-December-2009 @ 19:30 in Edinburgh
Edinburgh Geek Dinner - Amber Restaurant
Registration Required

8-December-2009 @ 18:30 in Glasgow
Advanced TDD - An Introduction to Testing Patterns and Behaviour Driven Development
Registration Required - Cost FREE

12-December-2009 @ 21:30 in Glasgow (Meeting in the pub from 19:00, meal at 21:30)
Glasgow Geek Dinner - La Tasca
Registration Required - Cost: Price of meal

About Colin Angus Mackay
I blog at I help run Scottish Developers which is a user group for software developers in Scotland.

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