Digibury is the meet-up event for digital types in Canterbury!
They meet up on Wednesday 2.0 (the second Wednesday in the month – oh hai!) for talks, demos, messing about with digital stuff and drinks.
Around 50 people show up every month and they have 2 or 3 speakers giving talks which are short, sweet and personal with plenty of time for questions and conversation.
He’s going to talk about ‘ethical hacking’, ‘penetration testing’ and other exciting stuff in relation to hacking the mainframe, being a l33t h4x0r and his research on “the GIMP ScriptFu buffer overflow vulnerability.” Whatever that is when it’s at home.
The speakers are going to talk about how they took advice from previous Digibury speakers and knocked out a geo-fencing game in a couple of afternoons.
Daniel made a robot. Keith developed the neural network which made the robot afraid of the colour blue. They’re coming to Digibury as part of their community service.
The event takes place at
– it starts at 7pm and finishes at 9ish.
For more details please visit http://deeson-online.co.uk/digibury