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Tech and geek Christian convention?

From June 16 – 20 the inaugural London Technology Week saw 60 coders, designers, data geeks, tech heads and entrepreneurs united by their Christian faith meeting at the Impact Hub Westminster for Kingdom Code, to explore how knowing Jesus makes a difference to their work.

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Rupert Edwards, CEO of the generosity app Lepton, described the group’s goal as: ‘creating a space for divine serendipity’. They hoped that connections would be formed and friendships born that might encourage members and lead to new faith-inspired projects and startups, for the glory of God. The event, sponsored by Greg Latcham Solicitors and by the Premier Christian New Media Conference & Awards, drew people from as far afield as Northern Ireland and included representatives from several Christian organisations such as Wycliffe Bible Translators UK, Scripture Union and the Good Book Company, as well as Siku, one of the artists on futurist comicstrip 2000 AD.