Lightning Talks – Juggling Theory

22 May 2015, by

In April 2015 we ran another Lightning Talks competition where eight employees each had five minutes to tell us something they find interesting – inside or outside the software development world. We had talks this year on topics from Node.js servers to learning to commit!

Once again we voted on our favourite talks and the top two won Amazon vouchers. This is Rupert McKay’s second place talk introducing the audience to the surprisingly deep, mathematical world of Juggling Theory

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