Thursday we’re opening the doors to the San Francisco office and hosting a casual gathering for our fellow geeks. Want to see what other developers are working on or who’s using the latest and greatest gem/practice/database/etc? Do you have a side project or open source framework that you’re contributing to (or just using) that you want to show off, lightning-talk style? Do you want to see what success others are having with agile development? Want to learn how to make a wicked macchiato on our Italian espresso machine? It’s all fair game!
We’ll have a room with a projector dedicated to lightning talks and the rest of the space will be free for mingling and socializing. There will be beer and food. Doors open at 5:30 and we’ll stick around until 7ish; if people are still hanging out we’ll migrate elsewhere for more drinks. Carbon Five is located at 171 2nd Street Floor 4 (map), above the Tempura House.
Lightning talk topics on the docket thusfar:
Alon will demo C5 Story Mapper
Corey will discuss http-pulse, a node.js application for monitoring http
Alex will discuss Wrong – a minimal assertion library for Ruby
Christian discusses the outcome of a recent MongoDB development spike
Jon discusses the Mission Artists United website
Jonah will discuss an iPhone widget he built over the weekend at the iphone deve camp
Christian is a software developer, technical lead and agile coach. He's passionate about helping teams find creative ways to make work fun and productive. He's a partner at Carbon Five and serves as the Director of Engineering in the San Francisco office. When not slinging code or playing agile games, you can find him trekking in the Sierras and playing with his daughters.