UBELLY IGNITE 21st JAN – MEET OUR SPEAKERS

We’re really excited for  next week’s Ignite and to whet your appetite’s we wanted to give you a taste of 3 of the talks we have confirmed for next week. You can get your tickets here - http://ignitedecember.eventbrite.co.uk/

Andy Fawkes

Talking about: Military Training Technology Trends

Andy is a professional mechanical engineer and recently retired Civil Servant with 20 years of Whitehall experience. In the last 12 years has specialized in the field of training and simulation, becoming the UK MoD policy lead for simulation and Chair of the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group. Prior to leaving the MoD in 2012, he was the architect of its new approach to the enterprise-level management of all Defence training and education capabilities. He is particularly interested in the role of technology in transforming organisations.

Jack Franklin

Talking About : Just go for it!

Jack is a 20 year old student and developer based in London, working daily with JavaScript and Ruby. He runs the popular JavaScript blog The JavaScript Playground (javascriptplayground.com), has his first book coming out in early 2013 and if he’s not at his computer, you’ll usually find him at the pub, like any good student. Find him on Twitter as @Jack_Franklin.

Ashley Nolan

Talking About: You’re making me feel like a dumb ass


Ash is one of our nuBellyer’s and has a passion for gaming in all it’s forms. He works at TMW in London as a front end web monkey, and has worked for folks including Ford, RSPCA, Xbox and DL Records in the past. In his spare time he tinkers about with the web, creating awesome things like ‘Media Query Mario‘. Find him on Twitter as @dragongraphics

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Tom is the newest member of the uBelly writing team. He comes from a journalism background and is fascinated by issues surrounding creative design and the user experience

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