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We’ve crowned Edinburgh’s best party people, nights out, brunches and venues. Here, we reveal the winners of the first ever What’s On in Nightlife Awards.

Burns Night is annually celebrated in Scotland on or around January 25. It commemorates the life of the bard (poet) Robert Burns, who was born on January 25, 1759. The day also celebrates Burns’ contribution to Scottish culture. His best-known work is Auld Lang Syne. Many types of food are associated with Burns Night. These include cock-a-leekie soup (chicken and leek soup); haggis; neeps (mashed turnips or swedes) and tatties (mashed potatoes); cranachan (whipped cream mixed with raspberries and served with sweet oat wafers); and bannocks (a kind of bread cooked on a griddle).

Google Hash Code by GDG Edinburgh’s Sign ups for the Online Qualification round open in early January 2019. Registration is free of charge and will close on 26th February 2019 at 18:00 CET. Hash Code is a team programming competition organised by GDG Edinburgh for students and industry professionals across the universities in Scotland’s capital. You pick your team and programming language, and Google picks an engineering problem for you to solve. For each round of the competition we’ll present a problem (see past problems here) and your team will write a program that generates a solution. Top scoring teams will win cool Google prizes, because of course you can’t host a programming competition without something to work for! Convinced!? Sign up today for Hash Code 2019 Edinburgh team here: https://hashcodejudge.withgoogle.com/#join-team/4696825072189440/JSo2Yck3dArZHDRD-tkSsvKjeD7rlyCtzZehP9dIdos The competition overview can be found here: https://hashcode.withgoogle.com/overview.html Where We Meet? : See: Appleton Tower (11 Crichton St, Edinburgh EH8 9LE) See GDG Edinburgh’s Schedule Here: Hashcode 2019 Edinburgh Schedule

Join Friday Pub Crawl! It’s a great way to make new friends in Edinburgh, have some laughs, party with other backpackers, and international locals from all over the world!

Edinburgh International Science Festival, founded in 1989, is an educational charity that aims to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to discover the world around them.

The Book Festival welcomes around 1000 authors in over 800 events this year.