Glasgow Book Club - July

Organiser
Scottish Developers
Date
Tue, 19 Jul 2011, 19:00 - 21:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
(Exact location not available) , Glasgow, GB
Cost
Free

The voting for this event has concluded and the final choice is Michael Feather's "Working Effectively with Legacy Code". If you would like to read how the choice was arrived at then please read the results of the votes on the Scottish Developers' blog.

There is no real formality to the event. Just read the book (or as much of it as you can) prior to the event and come along to discuss it. (You don't have to have read the book prior to coming along although you will get the most out of the event if you do.) We'll put together some questions to get the conversation started and we can all take it from there. If the book raises any questions for you then feel free to bring them along and we can use that as a point of discussion.

Also, we will note down any books that were mentioned during the course of the event to put in the poll for the following event. If you want feel free to let us know of any other books you may be interested in.

We will be meeting at Waxy O'Connor's on West George Street. If you are travelling from Edinburgh, the pub is 2 mintues walk from Queen Street Station, if that.

We meet up at 19:00 with the discussion on the book kicking off at 19:30. If you have any suggestions for books to discuss please let us know by emailing us at support@scottishdevelopers.com and we'll put it in an upcoming survey for a community vote for the following meeting.

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