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Eating an Elephant - Leeds Digital Festival

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cap hpi

Capitol House

Bond Court

Leeds

LS1 5EZ

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Join our tech talk – Eating an Elephant

The tech talk event entitled ‘Eating an Elephant’ takes place on Thursday 26 April and covers the increasing use of microservices and microapps to support multiple technologies such as .net core and Java, SQL Server, DB2 and ElasticSearch – to deliver a powerful, flexible platform on which products could be delivered more quickly.

Speakers include specialists from cap hpi’s development team, Will Porter, product development director; Adrian Thomas, development team leader, and Chris Taylor, senior software consultant. cap hpi has operated in Leeds for over 30 years and has grown to become the leading supplier of vehicle valuation and provenance data in the UK. It recently launched a global expansion programme that will see Leeds become an international data and digital hub.

Will Porter, product development director at cap hpi said: “We are delighted to support Leeds Digital Festival with a topical event aimed at talented digital developers in the region. Leeds has a rich digital talent pool so we intend to showcase some of our innovative products and services so that attendees can really get an insight into what we do.”

The free to attend event takes place at cap hpi’s offices at Capitol House, Bond Court in Leeds on 26 April from 12.30pm – 1.30pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Our digital teams will be availabe to network until 2.30pm for anyone wishing to extend their lunch break.

Venue:
cap hpi head office
Capitol House, Bond Court, Leeds, LS1 5EZ
0113 222 2002
www.cap-hpi.com

Time:
Tech Talk – 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Networking (optional) - 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Free Lunch on arrival

25 spaces available
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