Posts Tagged ‘bathcamp08’


Sunday, September 14th, 2008

I’m home from BathCamp – the Bath barcamp. I don’t have a lot to say about it, but wanted to post a quick thanks to all of the organisers.

This was my first barcamp outside London. I mainly went because Bath is my old Uni town, and any excuse to go back is always good. But I’m really glad I went – and will definitely be looking out for more non-London developer events.

A few random thoughts from my sleepy brain… pecha kucha: ten seconds to describe each of the last ten pages that you’ve saved in Similar to but driven by a Python script, we took turns to give it our username, and each of our last ten saved webpages were opened in turn and displayed on a big screen. Very neat idea, and one that I will have to steal at some point. It makes for a fascinating geeky ice-breaker.


CurrentCost @ BathCamp

Saturday, September 13th, 2008

I’ve uploaded the slides I used for my CurrentCost talk to SlideShare.


View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: bathcamp08 bathcamp)

They probably wont make much sense without my rambling to go with them, so I’ll try and add some notes to them at some point.