28 September 2010
The next Cambridge Geek Night is now confirmed—apologies for the short notice—for <span class=`date`>Tuesday 28th September</span>. Like last time, it’ll be at the <a href=`http://www.cus.org`>Cambridge Union</a> from 7 o’clock, with talks kicking off at 7:30. Our drinks sponsor is Red Gate Software.
- This month, <a href=
http://www.yes-no-cancel.co.uk/>Martin Kleppmann</a>, fresh off a plane from San Francisco, will be talking about Rapportive, the browser add-on that tries to make your email inbox a better place.
- <a href=
http://www.thatcanadiangirl.co.uk/>Vero Pepperrell</a> will tell the story of Alfred, a Mac productivity app launched in March, sharing some observations on how the community has grown & how you might apply this to your own project or app.
- Lisa Evans from the Open Knowledge Foundation will be talking about “<a href=
http://www.wheredoesmymoneygo.org/>Where Does My Money Go?</a>”, and on using technology to visualise and explore Government data.
We’ll also have a couple of lightning talks from ideaSpace, a new coworking space in Cambridge University’s Hauser Forum, as well as this month’s generous sponsors from Red Gate, who will be speaking about the current employment opportunities within the company.