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We're back for our first year anniversary event on February 2nd 2013, come and join us! - http://twmeetup4.eventbrite.com
Tomorrow's Web is a meetup for creative geeks, techies, anyone who likes building or creating things for the web. A place where new ideas can be exchanged and shared, advice can be sought from our spe...
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Tomorrow's Web is a meetup for creative geeks, techies, anyone who likes building or creating things for the web. A place where new ideas can be exchanged and shared, advice can be sought from our speakers and guests, where inspiration can be found.
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Adam Baker is the founder of Blottr, the UK's first and biggest citizen journalism site; notable for its excellent coverage in world events, in particular the London Riots of August 2011. Adam's been around web startups since the Dot Com Boom of the 1990s, founding the world's first price comparison website. He'll be telling tales from his past, noting his slip ups and taking us on the journey of a battle worn but superb entrepreneur.
Josh Russell is the founder of Bonfire.im, a new Passion Capital funded startup that allows you to add chat to Twitter and go deeper into the discussion. Previously Josh has worked for Comic Relief, Microsoft and as a startup consultant. Excited by digital innovation, Josh always has something to give and an opinion to share.
Simon Fletcher is the co-founder of Baked Code, a Y-Combinator backed startup who produce Interstate; a roadmapping solution for developers and businesses. At 19 years old, he's one of the youngest developers to be accepted on to the prestigious accelerator programme. Simon will tell us about how he left school at the age of 16 and moved to Coventry to be a full time developer, before founding his own series of companies and eventually making the move to San Francisco.
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GH Space is a fresh look at commercial space for entrepreneurial companies and home of the GH Business Club.
We offer fully furnished and serviced office and desk space for businesses in the centre of London, seconds away from Angel underground station; as well as virtual office and concierge services.

Twilio offers developers a powerful API for phone services to make and receive phone calls, and send and receive text messages.
Our product allows you to easily integrate various communication methods into your software and programs.
Twilio allows you to use your existing web development skills, existing code, existing servers, existing databases and existing karma to solve these communication problems quickly and reliably.
Tomorrow's Web Meetup: #02 - 21/04/2012
Sat, April 21, 2012, 1:00 PM GMT+1
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Tomorrow's Web is a meetup for creative geeks, techies, anyone who likes building or creating things for the web. A place where new ideas can be exchanged and shared, advice can be sought from our speakers and guests, where inspiration can be found.

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Jamillah Knowles is the UK Editor for The Next Web. She’s based in London. You can hear her on BBC Radio 5Live’s Outriders. With several years of tech journalism under her belt, she'll be sharing some of the many industry tips and tricks that she's picked up along the way.
 
Ben Nunney is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. Trained in animation and digital media production, Ben made the decision a few years after freelancing that he wanted to work more closely with technology and inspire people to do awesome things with it.
 
James Maskell is the CEO and Founder of Vinetrade, a fine wine trading platform that's revolutionising an antiquated industry. Having raised funding from three of London's most respected startup investment capital firms, James has lots of advice to share. He will be speaking about the startup lessons that he's learned in the past 12 months.
 
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Twilio offers developers a powerful API for phone services to make and receive phone calls, and send and receive text messages.
Our product allows you to easily integrate various communication methods into your software and programs.
Twilio allows you to use your existing web development skills, existing code, existing servers, existing databases and existing karma to solve these communication problems quickly and reliably.
 

SendGrid replaces your email infrastructure, so you don’t have to build, scale, and maintain email servers on your own.
Our users enjoy improved deliverability, email analytics, on-demand scalability and APIs for custom integration of inbound and outbound email features.
Developers, rejoice, for SendGrid has freed you from the need to ever manage another email server, again!
 

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FreeAgent puts you in control by taking the jargon out of accounting and giving you real-time visibility of how your business is performing. It lets you manage your expenses and create invoices, automatically chase payments, import and analyse bank statements, view real-time cash flow, forecast tax and even submit VAT returns directly online to HMRC. Any changes you make automatically update your accounts, giving you complete visibility of your income and expenses and showing your real-time profit position.
It’s completely web-based, there’s nothing to download or install so you can access FreeAgent anywhere you have an internet connection making it easy to collaborate with your accountant or adviser wherever they are.

AddLive allows developers to easily add live video and voice to their applications. The platform provides cloud infrastructure for WebRTC applications as well as support for non-WebRTC browsers and native iOS and Android applications.
AddLive is built almost entirely on the emerging WebRTC standard, allowing our customers to deploy fully featured WebRTC solutions today.
Tomorrow's Web Meetup: #04 - 02/02/2013
Sat, February 2, 2013, 8:00 AM
Modern Jago, Club Row, London, United Kingdom

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Tomorrow's Web is a meetup for creative geeks, techies, anyone who likes building or creating things for the web. A place where new ideas can be exchanged and shared, advice can be sought from our speakers and guests, where inspiration can be found.

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Tom Blomfield is the CEO and Co-Founder of GoCardless, a new online payments solution which allows users to pay straight from their bank accounts. Previously he has completed a post-graduate degree in Law at the University of Oxford and founded Boso, a site for buying and selling stuff. Tom will be speaking about his experiences with the Y Combinator accelerator programme, how he pivoted GrouPAY to become GoCardless and moving a startup back to London from San Francisco.

Matt Cynamon is the London Programming Producer for General Assembly. Born in America, Matt arrived in the UK at the start of the year to set up General Assembly's first campus outside of the US. He's a serial startup founder and world record holder. Matt will tell colourful stories about how he got to where he is, his past and previous experiences and pass on charm, advice and wisdom.

Laura Kalbag is a designer easily excited by web design and development. Among her list of ever-changing pet subjects are mobile web, semantic web, web fonts and design theory, but she's really fascinated by anything in the areas of web, mobile and design. Laura has been a freelancer for the whole of her professional life. She revels in working with small and meaningful clients, creating websites, apps, icons, illustrations and the odd logo.
Tomorrow's Web Meetup: #03 - 13/10/2012
Sat, October 13, 2012, 1:00 PM GMT+1
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