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codeHarbour is a technology meetup in Kent. Every month we watch two talks from technology enthusiasts, followed by general networking.

Areas We Cover

Whilst originally our events were aimed solely at programmers, we have since expanded our network to include talks on a variety of topics. IT workers from all backgrounds and experience levels are welcome to attend and present :)

Below are some example areas we have covered:

  • APIs
  • Automation
  • Cyber Security
  • Data Science
  • Gamification
  • IT Support
  • Machine Learning
  • SEO
  • Software and Web Development
  • Testing

Next meetup

Date: 25-07-2024
Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: Floc Brewing

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Schedule for the night:

  • 7:00 - 7:30 - Drinks and mingling
  • 7:30 - 8:00 - Growing up in the 8-bits - the weird world of 80s computing by Bill Newland
  • 8:00 - 8:15 - Intermission
  • 8:15 - 8:45 - From client brief to celebratory beverage: Delivering a data analysis project by Dan Wright
  • 8:45 - 10:00 - Discussion and socialising

How To Find Us:

Floc Brewing
7a Cotton Rd
Wincheap Industrial Estate


There is a free car park outside the venue. The venue is also 10 minutes from Canterbury East and 20 minutes from Canterbury West.

When you arrive

Walk past the pizza company until you see a door on your right. Follow this upstairs to the meeting room. Alternatively someone behind the bar can point you in the right direction.

Previous talks

Srsly, Tho: Trust No One - A Hacker's Perspective on Web Development

Aaron Taylor

with Aaron Taylor

Hi. I'm an ethical hacker. I've been (legally) breaking into people's websites for a couple of years, having spent over a decade building and defending them. Here's some stuff I've seen along the way that, put into practice, will make the web a bunch safer.

MLOps: Building Production-Ready Machine Learning Systems

Rebecca Vickery

with Rebecca Vickery

MLOps is the fusion of Data Science, Dev Ops and Software Engineering. In today's rapidly accelerating AI landscape, building machine learning systems that are both robust and unbiased is crucial. In this talk, we’ll explore how to create stable and reliable machine learning systems ready for production.

From Prompts to Products: Building Robot Friends

Duncan Lawie

with Duncan Lawie

With a little bit of knowledge, a big pile of documents, and an Azure AI account, we can build a variety of AI assistants that understand our business and can help streamline operations and support decision-making. We will use Azure Open AI Studio to make some 'robot friends' and test their willingness to help out.



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Alex Cachia

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