3 March 2014 – How does HTTP/2 sound? (#lwshttp)

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General release tickets are available from this page on Friday, 21 February 1pm.

Join us on our next event on Monday, March 3 at 6:30pm at our lovely new venue at ASOS.

Venue

ASOS
Greater London House
Hampstead Road
London
NW1 7FB

Nearest tube station: Mornington Crescent.

Monday, March 3, 2014 at 6:30pm

“What to Expect from HTTP/2” by Mark Nottingham

After a bit more than a year, HTTP/2 is almost done. Mark walks through what the new protocol will mean for Web developers and operations folks, what still needs to be done, and what might happen next.

About Mark, @mnot

Mark works for Akamai’s Web Experience team, focusing on standards and protocols (mostly HTTP these days). He’s chaired the IETF HTTPbis Working Group for about seven years, working on specs like Atom before that. He lives in Melbourne, Australia and spends a lot of time on airplanes.

“Playlister: Developing a new music product at BBC” by Sara Gozalo

BBC Playlister lets audiences add and save their favourite tracks heard on the BBC to a personal online playlist, which they can then export to one of the BBC’s digital music partners where they can hear the music in full. Music fans will also get hand-picked recommendations from their favourite DJs and presenters. Sara will tell us a little more about how it was developed and which are the new features that she is working on.
Link to BBC Playlister: www.bbc.co.uk/music/playlister
Link to BBC Playlister Spotify App: http://open.spotify.com/app/playlister

About Sara, @sara_sgm

Sara Gozalo is a Software Engineer at BBC Radio & Music. She has been working on the new Playlister team for the last year, developing the Playlister Spotify App and working on the development of the Playlister website. As part of Playlister she collaborated with Spotify, Deezer and Youtube. She also helps to organize hackdays and innovation events related with Music&Tech inside the BBC. She has been involved in some startups in the last two years and tries to go to as many hackathons as possible in her spare time.

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Pre-Release tickets will be available on Wednesday 19 February from 1pm.
General release tickets will be available from Friday 21 February from 1pm.

Venue

The event will be held at ASOS.

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ASOS
Greater London House
Hampstead Road
London
NW1 7FB

Nearest tube station: Mornington Crescent.

 

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