I have been to Brighton, and seen the summer here, and have concluded that Britons must never be permitted to have summer again. It was as hot and wet as God’s lungs, and there was a man playing the banjo on a beach with no sand. A seagull screamed at me with the voice of a human baby.
The Real Music Club presents Salter Cane, The Equatorial Group, The Organ Grinder’s Monkey Saturday 28th Apr 2018 | The Brunswick
Mark your calendars, Brightonians: one week from tomorrow, on Saturdaay, April 28th, come and see my band Salter Cane playing in The Brunswick.
We will rock you …in the most miserablist way possible.
In what is quite likely the greatest, most poetic showdown since the Thrilla in Manila, Brighton and Hove of the United Kingdom beat Portland of the USA by one-thousandth of a point. Portland scored 8.1631, Brighton scored 8.1632. No really. Brighton is scientifically the most hipster city in the world. Just.
I’m soooo excited that Mandy is speaking at Ampersand here in Brighton in June!
Be there or be square.
A directory of the regular science, technology, and creative events happening in Brighton.
An up-to-date list of Brighton design and dev meet-ups. There’s quite a few!
Julie is organising the Brighton edition of the Global Diversity Call-For-Proposals Day (and I’m providing the venue) on Saturday, February 3rd from 11am to 3pm. If you’ve ever wanted to speak at a conference, please come along:
On Saturday 3rd February 2018 there will be numerous workshops hosted around the globe encouraging and advising newbie speakers to put together your very first talk proposal and share your own individual perspective on any subject of interest to people in tech.
In fact, you can do more than saving the date: you can snap up a super early bird ticket for whopping £85 saving.
If you’re looking for a Brighton-based junior developer, you should snap up Amber right now!
Boxman’s talk about complexity, reasoning, philosophy, and design is soooo good!
There’s going to be a CodePen meetup in Brighton as part of the Brighton Digital Festival. Should be fun! See you there.
It turns out that Brighton has a mandolin orchestra. This aligns with my interests.
Marc took some great pictures at Patterns Day.
I love seeing people go from Codebar to full-time dev work. It’s no surprise in Zara’s case—she’s an excellent front-end developer.
A great blow-by-blow account of Patterns Day by Hidde.
If you were at Patterns Day and you liked the music that was playing during the breaks, here’s the playlist. All the artists are based in Brighton.