UKCFUG is back!!

After an extended summer break the UKCFUG is proud to announce that it’s back and better than ever. Over the next few months we promise to bring you a new format, longer meetings, more speakers and topics and a whole host of other top secret stuff. We’ll let you know more over the coming months as details are finalised.

So, about the next meeting…

The return UKCFUG session will be held at Design UK on November the 6th at 7pm. The agenda is as follows:

7.15 – 8.15 : Live Doc’s

8.15 – 8.30 : Break

8.30 – 9.30 : Structuring your development team and getting the work done presented by Neil Middleton

9.30 – Late : Pub

Live Doc’s

Gardners question time for techies. We will be recording (live!) the inaugural session of the new live-docs podcast, starring your CFUG managers Niklas Richardson and Neil Middleton of Monochrome, Mark Drew of CFEclipse/Reactor fame and Big Mad Kev McCabe from Scotch on the Rocks.

This session is a free form question / answer session about anything to do general web development, ColdFusion, or the Adobe stack in general. Note that questions must be taken prior to the event so please submit them to neil [at] monochrome [dot] co [dot] uk or hand them to us on the night.

Structuring your development team and getting the work done

Learn how to organize and manage projects to work more effectively as a team and increase overall efficiency. This session will describe who you need on your web development team and show you ways to get the most out of them. Learn how agile processes can benefit both your team and your bottom line.

Where:
Design UK, 10 Warwick Street, London, W1B 5LZ

When:
November 6th 2008 7pm – 9.30pm

Directions:
Nearest Tube – Piccadilly Circus
If you wish to attend please email us at neil [at] monochrome [dot] co [dot] uk with name and numbers.

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