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Deeson Online does GEEK 2014

By John Ennew | 24th February 2014

                                   

On Saturday February 22, I attended the excellent GEEK 2014 in Margate, showing kids and their parents the marvel that is the Raspberry Pi.

Organisation Ideas for Leaders
Who Daniel Chadwick
Role Creative Editor

           

                   

We've been blogging about Project Conway, our innovative collaboration with the University of Kent’s TinkerSoc and School of Computing, for a couple of months now.

Deeson Online recently spoke at Established meets Emerging, part of the Grow For It campaign.

Here at Deeson Online, we've been witnessing something rather special in the world of technology and digital in and around East Kent: clusters of people organising themselves into startups, meetups, companies and organisations, creating hubs of innovation and ideas. But it seems we're not the only ones to notice this phenomenon...

Deeson Online are not only really proud to have Tim Deeson, MD, as one of DrupalCamp London's CIC directors, we're also a main sponsor of the event that runs from February 28 to March 2.

January 25 saw over 200 people interested in the public sector gather at City Hall, London, to discuss, debate and explore ideas focsued on how to improve IT and digital in the public sector.

There's a really nice buzz growing around next month's DrupalCamp London (Feb 28-March 2). And as one of the organisers and sponsors, we at Deeson Online are once again really proud to be working with so many other great organisations and volunteers. In fact, the collaborative aspect is yet another another example of just what makes Drupal so special.

It's only a few short weeks until DrupalCamp London, so here's a quick breakdown of what's set to be a fantastic three-day event

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DrupalCamp London takes place from February 28 to March 2, 2014.

Back in December we kicked off an interesting collaborative education project between Deeson Online and the University of Kent’s TinkerSoc and School of Computing called Project Conway.

                  

Project Conway is a collaborative education project between Deeson Online and the University of Kent’s TinkerSoc and School of Computing.