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    Upcoming appearances

    2017
    Feb
    (Norwich, UK)
    Test Driving Swift To The Max - with or without the tests
    Mar
    (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
    Test Driving Swift To The Max
    (London, UK)
    Test Driving Swift To The Max - with or without the tests!
    Apr
    (Bristol, UK)
    Functional C++ For Fun and Profit

    Past appearances

    2016
    Dec
    (Munich, Germany)
    Functional C++ For Fun and Profit
    Nov
    (London, UK)
    Functional C++ For Fun and Profit
    (Oxford, UK)
    Functional C++ For Fun and Profit
    (St. Petersburg, Russia)
    Functional C++ For Fun and Profit
    (Berlin, Germany)
    Functional C++ For Fun and Profit
    (Bristol, UK)
    Functional C++ For Fun and Profit
    (Edinburgh, UK)
    Swift for the curious
    Sep
    (Norwich, UK)
    Swift for the curious
    Apr
    (Bristol, UK)
    Swift for the curious
    Mar
    (London, UK)
    Mens Sana In Corpore Sano - Optimising Mind & Body
    Feb
    (Norwich, UK)
    Seeking Simplicity
    Jan
    (London, UK)
    Seeking Simplicity
    2015
    Nov
    (Aylesbury, UK)
    Test Driven C++ with Catch - the state of testing in the world of C++
    Oct
    (London, UK)
    The Stand Up
    [lightning talk]
    Seeking Simplicity
    Sep
    (Redmond, USA)
    Seeking Simplicity
    (Bellevue, Washington, USA)
    The Stand-Up
    [lightning talk]
    Test-driven C++ With Catch
    (London, UK)
    WTF?: What’s This F# (I keep hearing about)?
    Jun
    (Oslo, Norway)
    Test Driven C++ with Catch
    (London, UK)
    Facket - a package manager written in F#
    [lightning talk]
    May
    (podcast)
    Test-driven C++ Using Catch
    [podcast interview]
    Apr
    (Bristol, UK)
    The Stand Up
    Seeking Simplicity
    2014
    Dec
    (Berlin, Germany)
    Test Driven C++ with Catch
    (Budapest, Hungary)
    Mens Sana In Corpore Sano - A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body
    Aug
    (London, UK)
    Functional Scripting (or getting F# in through the backdoor)
    May
    (London, UK)
    Why are you not testing your code?
    Apr
    (Bristol, UK)
    Lies, damned lies and double-blind randomised controlled trials
    [lightning talk]
    Mens Sana In Corpore Sano
    Feb
    (Norwich, UK)
    Agile & Mobile - do they work together as well as they sound?
    2013
    Dec
    MeetingC++ London
    (London, UK)
    Catch - A natural fit for automated testing in C++ and Objective-C
    Nov
    (Edinburgh, UK)
    Catch - A natural fit for automated testing in C++ and Objective-C
    Sep
    (Falmouth, UK)
    NLP is the Agile of psychotherapy
    [lightning talk]
    Agile and Mobile - do they work together as well as they sound?
    Jul
    (Norwich, UK)
    Is it really worth TDDing iOS apps?
    Apr
    (Bristol, UK)
    C++ Extension methods
    [lightning talk]
    Catch - A natural fit for automated testing in C++ and Objective-C
    Mar
    (Gothenburg, Sweden)
    Catch - Automated Testing in C, C++ and Objective-C was never so natural
    Developing iOS Apps for Fun and Profit
    Pitfalls when using Test Driven Development & how to avoid them
    [panel]
    Feb
    SyncConf
    (Norwich, UK)
    Developing iOS Apps for Fun and Profit
    Jan
    (London, UK)
    These things are sent to test us
    2012
    Jul
    (London, UK)
    Why do we need yet another automated testing framework for C++?
    Jun
    (Cambridge, UK)
    Is it really possible to TDD iOS apps?
    Apr
    (Oxford, UK)
    Why I do what I do
    [lightning talk]
    The Congruent Programmer
    [keynote]
    2011
    Apr
    (Oxford, UK)
    Beyond xUnit - what's the Catch?
    [lightning talk]
    2010
    Aug
    (London, UK)
    We don't need no stinking garbage collection
    Jun
    (Cambridge, UK)
    iPhone development - what next?
    Apr
    (Oxford, UK)
    The iPad
    [lightning talk]
    2009
    Oct
    (London, UK)
    iPhone Development Jump Start
    Jun
    (London, UK)
    Saxing up XML - a more elegant way to handle XML in your iPhone development
    Apr
    (Oxford, UK)
    Objective-C in 90 minutes
    2007
    Apr
    (Oxford, UK)
    The other 99 percent
    2004
    Apr
    (Oxford, UK)
    Organic Programming