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Full Stack: Tech news for the week ahead – 10 June 2019

Posted on 10/06/2019
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Welcome to this week's edition of Full Stack, our weekly look at the biggest news from the world of tech. 


UK tech sector produces one "unicorn tech forum a month 

The UK tech sector has produced one unicorn firm each month over the past year, according to new figures released ahead of London Tech Week.

The UK has created more unicorn tech companies, firms valued at more than 1 billion US dollars, than any other country except for the US and China, according to new data compiled by Tech Nation and Dealroom.


Future of microservices to be examined at Jellyfish event

The latest Jellyfish tech meet up takes place this Thursday in London, featuring four speakers from the world of fintech.

13 June in London, free food and drinks provided.


London Tech Week to explore opportunities amid Brexit uncertainity

The capital will play host to a series of events this week for London Tech Week. It aims to connect "international communities from across the spectrum to address how access to tech for all can have a profoundly positive impact in society and business."

There are a range of free and paid-for events happening at locations across the city. Find out more here


First Blockchain Virtual Machine on Java Coming

Blockchain start-up Aion Network has announced a new virtual machine built on top of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).

The Aion Virtual Machine is a supplementary software layer that can interact with the JVM as developers build decentralised applications and smart contracts above it.


An in-depth comparison between Node.js and Angular

JAXenter has published a thorough comparison of two popular JavaScripts - Node.js and Angular.js.


Inside Facebook's moderation hub

The Drum goes behind the scenes of Facebook's content moderation centre in Barcelona, gleaning some insight into the people who moderate the darkest parts of the web and how the social network is investing in AI to make its platform cleaner for users and brands.


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