Tuesday, 25 January 2011

The London Java Community

The London Java Community (LJC) is a great network of people in London who mix the sharing of knowledge and experiences in a social environment.  I was asked to help out with an Open Conference in November at IBM South Bank, last year and have since offered assistance with the community.

The LJC Associate meeting was held in London to decide what kind of topics we wanted on the agenda over the next few months.  This was a great meeting and we managed to get a bunch of topics lined up for the coming months.  The current agenda is below:

January Events
25th   London Clojure Dojo (full)

February Events
1st              London Python Coding Dojo
2nd - 3rd     Linux & Open Source Expo / Cloud Expo Europe (free entry)
3rd              Gojko Adzic: Breaking the TDD mould
8th              London Ajax User Group Meetup: HTML5 Gaps
9th              Cloud computing with Scala and Gridgain
9th              DevTank
21st            Groovy & Grails meetup
28th            Kanban Vs The Maffia - John Stevenson

18th            Functional programming exchange (£)
24th            Cuke Up

Zoe and I are currently working on an OSGi pitch to give at the LJC over the next few months also.  If you are interested in joining the LJC or attending some of their meets, why not give it a go! More info about the LJC can be found here.

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