Talks and workshops
These is an incomplete list of the talks and workshops I have given or am scheduled to give.
- 18 May
Oxford Python: A Plumber’s Guide to Git.Another repeat of my PyCon UK workshop, held in the Oxford Centre for Innovation.
- 18 April
Bournemouth University: (Anti-)Social Media.A lecture for students on the Cyber Security Management course about online harassment – identifying some of the ways services are often used for harassment, thinking about common threat models, and some good practices for building safer services.
You can read my slides and rough notes.
- 6 Mar
CamPUG: A Plumber’s Guide to Git.A repeat of my PyCon UK workshop. Since this workshop was unexpectedly over-booked, I wrote up my notes and diagrams so everybody an use them.
- 5 Dec
CamPUG: An ode to docopt.A lightning talk about the docopt library. You can read my slides and transcript.
- 27 Oct
- 27 Oct
PyCon UK: A Plumber’s Guide to Git.How does Git work under the hood? A workshop that uses low-level Git “plumbing” commands to reconstruct a Git workflow from scratch, and see how Git stores data internally. There isn’t a video, but you can read my notes.
- 26 Oct
- 8 Mar
QCon London: Property-Based Testing In Practice.You can read slides and links.
- 18 Sept
PyCon UK: An introduction to property-based testing and Hypothesis.
- 7 June
CamPUG: Introduction to property-based testing.
- 17 Feb
Queens’ College Maths Society: Colossus.