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Slides from LambdaCon

Phew, final­ly back in famil­iar sur­round­ings of Lon­don after back-to-back con­fer­ences in Italy where I spoke about Elm and F# at Code­Mo­tion Rome and Lamb­da­Con. It was a great cou­ple of days, saw some inter­est­ing talks (I’ll write up some sum­maries lat­er), met some old friends and made new ones. Here are the slides for …

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Top 10 most memorable talks in 2014

2014 has been a good year, and it end­ed with a bang! With so many great talks to choose from, here are my top 10 most mem­o­rable talks I have attended/watched this year (not in any par­tic­u­lar order since they have all taught me some­thing dif­fer­ent).   Kevlin Hen­ney – Sev­en Inef­fec­tive Cod­ing Habits of …

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Upcoming speaking engagements

I love this part of the year, there are great con­fer­ences hap­pen­ing between now and Feb, and I’m hon­oured to have been accept­ed as speak­er to some of these amaz­ing events.   Code Mesh (Lon­don) Nov 4th-5th Build Stuff (Vil­nius) Nov 19th-21st I’ll be talk­ing about how we used Neo4j to mod­el the in-game econ­o­my …

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Modelling Game Economy using Neo4j

Hel­lo! Just to quick shout to say that the slides for my Neo4j talk tonight on mod­el­ling and bal­anc­ing an in-game econ­o­my using Neo4j is now avail­able on Slideshare: Mod­el­ling Game Econ­o­my with Neo4j from Yan Cui   You can also watch the record­ing of the talk on Skills­Mat­ter here.   Oh, and did I …

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