8 April 2018
Scott Matthewman says:
As developers, we’re always asked to write more documentation. Some of us even do it without being asked. But look around the web and you’ll see countless gems, applications and source code examples whose documentation is either missing or makes no sense. How can we make little changes to the way we think about documentation to make things better?
Chris Patuzzo says:
Did you ever play with one of those cheap plastic-y tile puzzles as a child? Let's try to solve them with Ruby and use that as an excuse to talk about combinatorics, complexity theory and proof.
Our aim is to finish the talks by 8pm. The night doesn't have to end there though, to continue hanging out with other LRUG attendees you can visit:
Regardless of what you choose to do, please remember that this part of the meeting is still covered by our code of conduct even though it does seem more informal.
If you can't attend the talks we'd still be very happy to see you at this part of the meeting. Do come along!