Lead Dev London 2019

Past & Future Events

Clare Sudbery
Jan 18, 2016 · 4 min read

In the Future

Women of Silicon Roundabout / Women in Technology webinar, 11th June — “Let’s Stop Making Each Other Feel Stupid” — details tba

SDDConf 2020, London, Fri 25th Sept 2020: Compassionate Refactoring (post-conference workshop)

Global Software Architecture Summit, Barcelona, Oct 1–2 2020: Details to follow

Women of Silicon Roundabout 2020, London, Dec 7–8 2020: Workshop with Karen Lee-Rigg: “The Fear of Being ‘Not Technical Enough’ and What We Can Do About It”

DevBreak21, France, Thurs 17th — Fri 18th June 2021: “Let’s Stop Making Each Other Feel Stupid

Agile on the Beach, Cornwall (UK), 8th and 9th July 2021: “How to Stop Testing and Break Your Code Base

In the Past

(for videos, go to this page here)

Lead Developer London 2019, 11th & 12th June 2019: With Sal Freudenberg: “A button to pause time: How to live outside the clock”

Women Who Code Bristol, 8th May 2019, with Sal Freudenberg: “A button to pause time: How to live outside the clock”

ETC (European Testing Conference) Valencia, Feb 14th-15th 2019: “How to Stop Testing and Break Your Code Base

NDC London, Jan 28th — Feb 1st 2019: “Teaching New Tricks — How to enhance the skills of experienced developers

Hack Your Career: Introduction to Tech, Thoughtworks London, Thurs 6th Dec: “How to Dream in Code”

Stemettes’ Monster Confidence, Manchester — Federation House (2 Federation St, M4 4BF), Fri 9th November 2018: “How to Dream in Code”

Friday September 28th, 13:30, Agile Cambridge 2018: “Teaching New Tricks — How to enhance the skills of experienced developers

Monday August 6th 2018, Agile 2018, San Diego, California: “Effective Testing for the Whole Team — A Workshop for Everyone Who Cares

Tuesday August 7th 2018, Agile 2018, San Diego, California: “Let’s Stop Making People Feel Stupid

Thursday July 12th 2018, 7pm, XP Manchester, MadLab: “How pairing saved my code base”

Lead Developer London 2018, Thursday June 28th 2018: “Teaching New Tricks — How to enhance the skills of experienced developers

Women of Silicon Roundabout, London, Tuesday June 26th 2018: Deep Dive Workshop on the Testing Pyramid.

Agile Manchester 2018, Thursday May 10th 2018: “Let’s Not Make People Feel Stupid

Deliver Sessions, Tuesday May 1st 2018: “Let’s Not Make People Feel Stupid

October 2017 onwards for 8 weeks, Thoughtworks Manchester: Code First: Girls

Wed 27th June 2017: Ladies Do Code, short talk on Test Driven Novel Writing

Fri 2nd June and Sat 3rd June 2017: helping to run a Clojure workshop at Thoughtworks London, primarily aimed at those who identify as women, transgender & non-binary.

12th May, 2017: Agile Manchester: “Teaching New Tricks”

27th March, 2017: Lightning talk on “Be Bold for Change” for International Women’s Day at Thoughtworks Manchester

7th March, 2017: Nominee for “Mentor of the Year”, Northern Power Women awards

6th March, 2017: Panel for International Women’s Day at DWP Stockport

4th March, 2017: Mentor, Stockport Council Hackathon

30th January, 2017: OOP Munich: pair programming workshop with Yves Hanoulle.

Thurs Oct 27th, 2016: Women of Silicon Roundabout, Part 2: talk on Women and Agile Software Development - “How do you know what you’re doing?”

Tuesday September 20th (evening), 2016: Ladies of Code, Manchester: talk describing my team’s experience of Mob Programming.

Thursday 14th July, 2016, 6:30pm: XP Manchester: lightning talk on “Test Driven Novel Writing”.

May 24th — 27th, 2016: XP 2016 in Edinburgh: experience report on Women in XP, and debate on “Can XP Close the Gender Gap?”

May 11th – 13th, 2016: Agile Manchester 2016 : “When TDD and Pair Coding go Wrong”

Thurs April 21st, 2016, at the Sky campus in London: Women in Technology: “Can Pair Coding Help to Close the Gender Gap?”

Tuesday 22nd March, 2016: Stemettes’ Tap and Tinker coding event, Manchester High School for Girls

Friday March 4th, 2016: Aspiration Day, St Matthews school, Manchester: question-and-answer session with two groups of 8–10-yr-olds

Thurs Jan 28th, Women of Silicon Roundabout, London: http://www.women-in-technology.com: “Women Can do That Too”, Closing the Gender Gap panel, Bridging the Gender Gap panel

Sun Jan 24th 2016 — Manchester Girl Geeks’ Meet the Bloggers

Thurs Jan 21st 2016 — Brown bag talk on Mob Programming

Stemettes Hackathon for Girls, 28th / 29th Nov 2015, Manchester Media City (one of the judges)

8th Oct ’15, XP Manchester: The Lift Kata

Interview with our LateRooms team at Hack Manchester 2015

Our LateRooms team entry for Hack Manchester 2015

Ladies Who Code — Lightning Talk, International Women’s Day, March 2015

9th July ’15, XP Manchester: Lightning Talk on Collaboration

A Woman in Technology

Clare Sudbery

Written by

@ClareSudbery - Lead Engineer (@MadeTech), maths geek, XP enthusiast, novelist (tinyurl.com/DanceYourWay), lover of all things cool and weird.

A Woman in Technology

@ClareSudbery - Lead Engineer (@MadeTech), maths geek, XP enthusiast, novelist (http://tinyurl.com/DanceYourWay), lover of all things cool and weird.

Clare Sudbery

Written by

@ClareSudbery - Lead Engineer (@MadeTech), maths geek, XP enthusiast, novelist (tinyurl.com/DanceYourWay), lover of all things cool and weird.

A Woman in Technology

@ClareSudbery - Lead Engineer (@MadeTech), maths geek, XP enthusiast, novelist (http://tinyurl.com/DanceYourWay), lover of all things cool and weird.

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