Join us

Next meetup

Date: Thu Feb 4, 2016
Time: 19:00 - 21:00
Location: Find us


What to expect

The meetup starts with a bit of socialising along with food and drink so don't worry about eating first (unless you don't like pizza!).

Lightening Talks

CodeHarbour is back for 2016!

We're going to be running 'Lightning talks' again this month. Lightning talks are rapid-fire 5-10 minute talks. They're a great way to cover lots of content, and a great chance for first-time speakers to get some experience.

Please submit your talk ideas to

Schedule for the night:

  • 7:00 - Pizza, drinks and mingling
  • 7:30 - 8:30 - Lightning talks
  • 8:30 - 9:00 - Discussion and socialising

Talk details will be announce here a few days before the meetup

Finding us

We’re hosted by the good people at Holiday Extras. The address is:

Holiday Extras
Ashford Rd
Kent, CT21 4JF

From London

The HS1 fast train from St Pancras gets you to Ashford. From there you can jump on the next train to Westenhanger. Send us a message on the page - we might be able to give you a lift from Ashford.

When you arrive at Holiday Extras

From the carpark make your way around to the opposite side of the building, walking past the main front door. You should see some decking with a door that goes into a breakout area. Look for people with pizza and beer. You've made it!


Previous talks

Accessibility = Money

Carlos Eriksson

with Carlos Eriksson

Where Carlos Eriksson make a business case for accessibility, and reveal the real cost of ignoring it.

Checking & Exploring: Testing in Agile Projects

Matt Obee

with Matt Obee

Software testing has changed dramatically over the last 10 years. Firstly, many of us have abandoned the QA title and distanced ourselves from the idea that we are the sole gatekeepers of quality. Secondly, as we all migrate from waterfall to Agile, the focus of our work has also changed, from rudimentary checking to intelligent exploration and experimentation. At the same time, we recognise the value that automation can bring to our work.

Give CSS3 Some Love, Because CSS4 is coming

Dan Cork

with Dan Cork

Firefox or Safari? IE8 or Edge? Android or iOS? Stop worrying about the browser, stop worrying about the version and embrace CSS3 in all it’s glory!

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