September Tech Meet

London BioGeeks’ first ever tech meet is this month!

Update: the slides from the presentations are here.

Please note change of venue

We’ll have a series of informal lightning talks/demos (about 15 to 20 mins each) and then head to a nearby pub. Please pass the details on to anyone you think might want to come.


William Langdon : Exploring expression correlations in public microarray data with RNANet

Cass Johnston : Getting started with Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud

Andrew Clegg : Building your own search engine with Apache Solr

Ian Sillitoe : Modern Object Oriented Perl with


Tuesday 29th September
6pm onwards


University College London,
Roberts Building, room G06,
Sir Ambrose Fleming lecture theatre
Gower Street,


College Arms, 5mins walk from UCL.

We’ve got the function room downstairs and we should be there from about 7.30, for anyone coming straight there.


2 responses to “September Tech Meet

  1. Hi,

    I just saw this on the open source jam mailing list and not sure I can make it, but I’m very interested in the Solr search engine. I’ve been doing something similar with Oracle Text.

    Anyway, good luck for tomorrow.


  2. Frederic Vander Elst


    I’m interested in large databases and text matching and searching, and EC2…

    Good luck organising, see you tomorrow.


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