January 25th 2023 NE Bytes - Smart Notes for Developers

Smart Notes for Developers 19:00 - 20:30 GMT

E-book Giveaway!

Thanks to the wonderful folk at Pragmatic Progammers, we have an ebook to give away on the evening. We will pick someone at random from the attendees at the end of the evening. Good luck!

Event Link

This event is hosted in Microsoft Teams, use this link to join the meeting:

https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19:meeting_OTM5OGZhYTgtYmU4ZS00MjcxLThlM2QtNGI3ZTFmODFlNDY4@thread.v2/0?context={"Tid":"10a6d4fc-3a63-42d9-8a1e-744f8d79928d","Oid":"d7c0b386-3919-46a1-907a-cd184ea3958b"}

Details

Developers have a lot to keep track of: technical details, domain concepts and the ever-shifting waves in our industry.

We can't keep this stuff purely in our heads. Yet we need access to our information at the speed of thought: just in time.

As knowledge workers our most valuable asset is our knowledge. Our effectiveness is driven by our ability to apply this knowledge.

So let's talk about taking smart notes, a suite of techniques to compound your thinking and get things done.

In this session we will cover * How to take effective notes * How to organise your knowledge, organically and by actionability * What tools exist in this space (we have come a long way since Notepad!) * Building up a graph of knowledge through links * Curating your own integrated thinking environment


Sam Hogarth

Sam Hogarth works as an engineer at Tesco Bank, leading software development for insurance products. He loves coding for the web, places a strong focus on ability and technical practices such as CD and TDD.

Tickets

Schedule

Wednesday, 25 January 2023

7:00pm – 8:30pm UTC
NE Bytes January 25 2023 - Sam Hogarth - Smart Notes for Developers

Smart Notes for Developers 19:00 - 20:30 GMT

Join us for our first event of 2023 with Sam Hogarth

Smart Notes for Developers

Developers have a lot to keep track of: technical details, domain concepts and the ever-shifting waves in our industry.

We can't keep this stuff purely in our heads. Yet we need access to our information at the speed of thought: just in time.

As knowledge workers our most valuable asset is our knowledge. Our effectiveness is driven by our ability to apply this knowledge.

So let's talk about taking smart notes, a suite of techniques to compound your thinking and get things done.

In this session we will cover * How to take effective notes * How to organise your knowledge, organically and by actionability * What tools exist in this space (we have come a long way since Notepad!) * Building up a graph of knowledge through links * Curating your own integrated thinking environment

Sam Hogarth

Sam Hogarth works as an engineer at Tesco Bank, leading software development for insurance products. He loves coding for the web, places a strong focus on ability and technical practices such as CD and TDD.