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Friday 31 May 2019 The Forest Road Reader, No 2.18 : No Sleep 'Til

Norfolk Developers
ACCU Conference
Brum.js
BrumPHP

Wrapped up the collosal 7-month 5-date JezUK Winter/Spring Tour on Thursday doing The Very Slow Time Machine as the headline act at the BrumPHP Meetup. It seemed to go over well, I enjoyed it very much, and I’m grateful for the invitation. Indeed, I’m grateful to everyone who’s hosted me. I’ve never had a talk that I’ve taken on the road like this before, and it’s been great.

Paul at Norfolk Developers got the whole thing going by asking for a talk about something, ACCU London let me really lock it down, and Brum.js and BrumPHP's ecumenical openness let me do talks I could get the bus to. Well, could have got the bus to. Because of the vagaries of our domestic calendar I went straight out of Brum.js into a four hour drive to Pembrokeshire, and went straight from a four hour drive back from Pembrokeshire and into BrumPHP.

The Very Slow Time Machine

  • Slides with notes - it’s a reveal.js deck, so press 'S' to get the speaker notes without which the slides will make no sense at all.

Live on Stage

As a side note, I do own more than two t-shirts. Honest.

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Snakes Into Snake Oil - What Blockchains Are And Why They’re Terrible

  • Slides with notes - it’s a reveal.js deck, so press 'S' to get the speaker notes without which the slides will make no sense at all.

  • Laying down truth at the ACCU Conference. It was a big room, and it was the first time I’d ever given a talk from a stage which I spent the entire time in fear of falling off of. Managed not to, and am really pretty pleased with this.

DVD Extras


Tagged brumphp, brum.js, accu-conference, blockchain, archangel, machine-learning, nordev, and on-tour


Jez Higgins

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