2010 New Year Newsletter


Happy New Year - I hope 2010 brings you all you could wish for.

As it is the new year, lots of people will be looking for new beginnings, something new and exciting to do and there are some jobs going that may be of interest. In Edinburgh there is a Senior Web Developer and a Java/C# developer. In Glasgow there is a VP Engineering, two C#/ASP.NET developer positions, and a developer role with JPMorgan.

This year we are pleased to be hosting our third annual conference. As usual it will be in May at Glasgow Caledonian University. Currently the call for speakers is open (and will be until the 15th January) at which point you will then get to vote on the sessions that you want to see from those submitted. The conference has its own twitter account if you want to follow it for up-to-date information: @dddscot.

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities for the conference then please get in touch at [email protected]

After the success of the Geek Dinners in December we are aiming to hold them more frequently. The next one will be in Glasgow in February. We are organising another in Edinburgh for March which we’ll announce shortly.

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

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

Upcoming Events

7-January-2010 @ 19:30 in Edinburgh
Testing with PEX and QuickCheck
Registration Required

4-February-2010 @ 19:00 in Glasgow
What ASP.NET (MVC) developers can learn from Rails
Registration Required - Cost FREE

5-February-2010 @ 19:00 in Glasgow
Glasgow Geek Dinner
Registration Required - Cost: Price of meal

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

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