CTOs in London @ Hive (Thursday 2nd March 2017)
- Posted: 22/02/2017
We are very pleased to confirm that our next CTOs in London meetup will be held on Thursday 2nd March 2017 in partnership with Hive at their trendy Shoreditch offices located at: Waterside, 44-48 Wharf Rd, London N1 7UX. Guests should arrive between 6-6.30pm on the evening.
We have an excellent evening in store, starting with Leon Gauhman (Founder, Hive) giving us an introduction to the work they are doing, followed by two interesting technical discussions by Hive’s Head of Product, Sebastian Sabouné, and Kristian Freed, CTO at Elder HQ.
Leon Gauhman, Founder, Hive
Introduction from Leon into the work that Hive are doing and how they help their clients and customers realise their startup ideas and solve huge technical challenges.
Sebastian Sabouné, Head of Product, Hive
"From idea to prototype. How can technology and design experiment together".
We like to get things done, make them beautiful, then make them better. We treat each project as a start-up would and every client gets their own dedicated agile team. For large organisations, we solve huge technical and customer experience challenges. For entrepreneurs, we take their ideas from the early stages to product/market fit. From concept to delivery we move fast and reduce risk to help our clients turn their ideas into reality.
Kristian Freed, CTO, Elder HQ
'What's wrong with CRUD?
Kristian Freed, CTO at Elder Technologies and previously Product Technology Manager at Google, will talk about how they ditched both SQL and NoSQL as the primary data store in favour of Event Sourcing. Kristian will describe the reasons behind the decision and some lessons learned from implementing CQRS/ES across as the primary persistence paradigm across the company.
Drinks, food and networking with Hive and the team.
We are looking forward to another fantastic event at brilliant offices with some excellent speakers on the night. Please sign up ASAP to confirm your attendance and we will look forward to seeing you there on the 2nd March!
For any questions and queries, please reach out to the organisers via Meetup.com.