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The London Java Community’s next free event is – ‘Introduction to Cassandra and the DataStax CQL Java driver for Java Developers’ on Tuesday 24th September at 18:30.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/138582452/

Presented by Johnny Miller

This talk will will provide a high level overview of Cassandra intended to give developers an understanding of what it does and how it works. The main part of the talk will introduce developers to the tools and techniques for building Java applications using Cassandra. This will include the Cassandra Query Language (CQL) version 3 and the DataStax Java driver. An example application will also be developed and demonstrated. The goal of the talk is to show Java developers how to interact with Cassandra and give them an appreciation of how Cassandra works.

The presentation will be given via a powerpoint presentation with some live coding.

The subjects covered will include:

– High-level overview of Cassandra

– CQL3

– DataStax CQL Java driver

Who should attend

Java developers who want to start building applications using Cassandra or start using the new Java driver would benefit from this event. The talk will aim to give developers a high level understanding of Cassandra and introduce them to CQL3 and the new DataStax Java Driver for Cassandra.

Bio

Johnny is an experienced  developer and architect who has been working with Cassandra for several years. He is currently a Solutions Architect at DataStax where he helps companies deliver systems using Cassandra. Previously, he was an independent consultant and worked with various clients including Sky – where he developed several systems using Cassandra. He is from Ireland and lives in London with his wife and two labradors.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/138582452/

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Hi guys,

It seems like the weather has taken a change and Autumn is settling in, I hope it won’t discourage you from getting out for some great events this month. We have been running a series of events called Meet a Mentor events, in which industry professionals meet with students to help explain areas they should be focussing on and career options. We are going to be running a lot more events and need more mentors that can give up as little as one evening a year to help out. If you’re interested or want to know more, please email me at sh@recworks.co.uk. In the mean time I thought I would share with you some great events that are happening in London over the next two weeks that you may well be interested in attending:

Monday 16th September – London Groovy & Grails User Group Meetup
In this talk, David Dawson, Principal Consultant at Simplicity Itself, will give his thoughts and experiences of development in large scale, offshore heavy environments, and the tricks and techniques that he has learned to maintain, protect and improve a codebase over the lifetime of a project. Covering offshore teams, philosophy, boredom and the importance of cake, David will be revealing what has worked, and what really hasn’t, the scars those experiments left behind and lots of thoughts for the future.
London Groovy & Grails User Group – http://www.meetup.com/london-ggug/events/132695102/ *THIS EVENT HAS HAPPENED NOW BUT DO PLEASE CHECK THE LINK FOR FUTURE EVENTS*

Monday 16th September – Evening Code and Coffee / Craft Beer
Similar to our morning Code and Coffee sessions, there is no strict format, only an opportunity to meet with like minded craftsmen, and discuss or collaborate on whatever you would like to.
Unlike our morning Code and Coffee sessions, you don’t have to get out of bed at some ungodly hour to be here. Just rock on down after work to find other night owls.
We’ll be meeting in “”Look mum no hands!””, a laptop friendly cafe/bar that’s open until 10pm, and sells great coffee, good beers, and some tasty food if you make it before 8:30. They also repair bikes and hang them from the ceiling like chandeliers, because why not?
http://www.lookmumnohands.com/
London Software Craftsman Community – http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/events/134321732/ *THIS EVENT HAS HAPPENED NOW BUT DO PLEASE CHECK THE LINK FOR FUTURE EVENTS*

Monday 16th September – In The Brain of David A. Dawson: Development in the large, musings on maintaining a healthy codebase over the years
In this talk, David Dawson, Principal Consultant at Simplicity Itself, will give his thoughts and experiences of development in large scale, offshore heavy environments, and the tricks and techniques that he has learned to maintain, protect and improve a codebase over the lifetime of a project.
Covering offshore teams, philosophy, boredom and the importance of cake, David will be revealing what has worked, and what really hasn’t, the scars those experiments left behind and lots of thoughts for the future.
Skills Matter – http://skillsmatter.com/podcast/java-jee/development-in-the-large-musings-on-maintaining-a-healthy-codebase-over-the-years *THIS EVENT HAS HAPPENED NOW BUT DO PLEASE CHECK THE LINK FOR FUTURE EVENTS*

Tuesday 17th September – The London Developer Sessions
You absolutely have to get to this event – it’s the best place to come, drink beer and just socialise with other developers. Talk about projects you’re working on, problems your facing, advise a grad or two or just come to discuss anything you like. It’s a great chance to meet first time LJC members as well as seasoned professionals. Ged will be there with a few LJC Book club members. The RecWorks crew will be there to give any career advice or new job opportunities as well as a few Adopt a JSR advocates to help explain how you can get involved. Really what reason do you have not to come along?
London Java Community and Graduate Developer Community – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/137350802/

Tuesday 17th September – Code & Coffee (London Bridge)
Code & Coffee is a cool meeting for those who like coffee and love writing code. The idea is simple. Just come along and you may find other developers writing some code before going to work while drinking some coffee and/or having breakfast.
Caffe Fratelli
Victor Wharf, Clink Street, London SE1 9DG
London Software Craftsman Community – http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/events/131392772/

Tuesday 17th September – Code & Coffee (Central London)
Code & Coffee is a cool meeting for those who like coffee and love writing code. The idea is simple. Just come along and you may find other developers writing some code before going to work while drinking some coffee and/or having breakfast.
Starbucks
55-59 Oxford Street, Marylebone London, W1D 2EQ, London
London Software Craftsman Community – http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/events/131302132/

Wednesday 18th September – New JMS features in GlassFish 4.0
GlassFish 4.0 is the application server to support the new Java EE 7 standard. One of the most significant components of Java EE 7 is JMS 2.0, which is the first revision to the JMS (Java Message Service) API for over a decade and which introduces a new and much simpler API. This talk will review the new features of JMS 2.0 and other recent messaging-related changes in GlassFish 4.0. Presented by Nigel Deakin. Nigel is a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle.
GlassFish User Group – http://www.meetup.com/GlassFish-User-Group/events/130184872/

Thursday 19th September – Scala Coding Dojo
A regular coding dojo session run on every third Thursday of the month. The dojo is now held regularly at the central London offices of TIM Group.
London Scala User Group – http://www.meetup.com/london-scala/events/127942552/

Thursday 19th September – ClojureFest with LJC and London Clojurians’
An evening of short talks from London-based Clojure experts to help you get started with Clojure, Concurrency, Java inter-operability. A dev clinic will be held afterwards with some experience Clojure hackers to help you install a working development environment on your laptop.
London Java Community – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/138309612/

Tuesday 24th September – Introduction to Cassandra and the DataStax CQL Java driver for Java Developers
This talk will will provide a high level overview of Cassandra intended to give developers an understanding of what it does and how it works. The main part of the talk will introduce developers to the tools and techniques for building Java applications using Cassandra. This will include the Cassandra Query Language (CQL) version 3 and the DataStax Java driver. An example application will also be developed and demonstrated. The goal of the talk is to show Java developers how to interact with Cassandra and give them an appreciation of how Cassandra works.
London Java Community – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/138582452/

Tuesday 24th September – Code & Coffee (West London)
Code & Coffee is a cool meeting for those who like coffee and love writing code. The idea is simple. Just come along and you may find other developers writing some code before going to work while drinking some coffee and/or having breakfast.
Caffe Nero
6 Hammersmith Broadway, London, W6 TAL
London Software Craftsman Community – http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/events/134321792/

Tuesday 24th September – Code & Coffee (Old street)
Code & Coffee is a cool meeting for those who like coffee and love writing code. The idea is simple. Just come along and you may find other developers writing some code before going to work while drinking some coffee and/or having breakfast.
Look mum no hands!, 49 Old Street, London, EC1V 9HX
London Software Craftsman Community – http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/events/134321802/

Wednesday 25th September – Compensating Transactions: When ACID is too much
ACID transactions are a useful tool for application developers and can provide very strong guarantees, even in the presence of failures. However, ACID transactions are not always appropriate for every situation…..
JBoss User Group – http://www.meetup.com/JBoss-User-Group/events/134890212/

Wednesday 25th September – Women, Computing and Social Change. Is there reality beyond the have-it-all fantasy?
Will the computing industry catch up with the social change already happening in law, business and other professional sectors, and why are we not leading the way?
Why are our working lives becoming harder not easier? How does that affect our career and family decisions? What is happening to gender roles in society: domesticated dads, working mums, career girls? From high-flyers to supporting acts, female and male roles are now changing radically and gender camps are fragmenting. Will the computing industry catch up with the social change already happening in law, business and other sectors, and why is it not leading the way?
Join us for what will be a fascinating evening. This event is open to everyone. Networking and drinks from 6pm. Event will start just after 6.30pm. Four great speakers, and Q&A/debate session.
Use the promo code LJC25 for free registration to this event. Register HERE> http://www.kweekweek.com/woinco/3458777902

Wednesday 25th September – Say Cheese!
Jeff Gilfelt looks at the Android Camera APIs and the new CWAC-Camera project
More details to follow…check the link..
London Android Group – http://www.meetup.com/android/events/137908182/

Thursday 26th September – JavaFX hands-on session
The next Manchester Java Community meetup will be a hands on session on JavaFX.
Bring your laptops and power cables and try a JavaFX tutorial (available on the day).
Manchester Java Community – http://www.meetup.com/ManchesterUK-Java-Community/events/133516832/

Monday 30th September – Arduino Robots
At 6.30pm at Google Campus
Join us for an evening of presentations and discussions around Robots and easy-to-use platform Arduino.
London Arduino Group – http://www.meetup.com/LondonArduino/events/137921582/

Thursday 3rd October – Sky-sponsored hackergarten
We’ll be hacking on various Groovy-based projects! Learn Groovy techniques while contributing to the community.
London Groovy & Grails User Group – http://www.meetup.com/london-ggug/events/138718092/

Thats everything for now, looking forward to seeing you all at the developer session on Tuesday.

Have a awesome weekend.

Sam

@SHRecWorks

 

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The London Java Community’s next free event is – ‘ClojureFest with LJC and London Clojurians’  on Thursday 19th September at 18:30.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/138309612/

An evening of short talks from London-based Clojure experts to help you get started with Clojure, Concurrency, Java inter-operability. A dev clinic will be held afterwards with some experience Clojure hackers to help you install a working development environment on your laptop.


Clojure by Example

Demonstrating the elegance of the Clojure language by looking at example code and demos:

– core.async is a library for async programming & communication.

– overtone is an amazing environment for creating music and sounds.

– core.logic is a logic programming library offering a Prolog-like relational programming, constraint logic programming, and nominal logic programming for Clojure.


Nuts and Bolts – Clojure and Java playing nicely together by
Jen Smith, Thoughtworks (25 mins)

Showing how easy it is to use Java libraries from within Clojure and vice versa.  Covering some of the design patters useful for Java & Clojure interoperability.


Concurrency in Clojure – 
Malcolm Sparks, JUXT (20 mins)

What makes Clojure so good for multi-threaded programming and why


Nuts and Bolts – Getting started – John StevensonSalesforce &Heroku (30 mins)

Now you have seen Clojure in action we will show you how to set up a development environment and other useful tooling to help you build software with Clojure.

We will look at Leiningen as a humane build tool (no more XML), Emacs if you want more of a Lisp like experience, LightTable if you want a ClojureScript experience, Eclipse & Netbeans if you want to stick with the Java tools you are used too.
If there is time we will also show how to deploy Clojure to the Cloud with Heroku.

 

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/138309612/

 

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The London Java Community’s next free event is – The London Developer Sessions on Tuesday 17th September at 18:30.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/137350802/

This is our monthly social gathering, which incorporates members of The London Java Community and Graduate Developer Communities. This is an informal social evening most of the evening will be spent having ad-hoc informal discussions in small groups.

We are back to The Slug and Lettuce this month: 19/20 Hanover Street, London http://www.slugandlettuce.co.uk/hanover_street/. We have had some fantastic feedback from those who have attended the event at this venue before and will be holding this month’s event in the same great location. The venue has a nicely sized function room with its own private bar, there are some great offers on beer, there is free wi-fi and it’s easy to move around and chat to lots of people. Most importantly it is a friendly and relaxed environment where developers can get together to chat and network.

The event will kick off at 6:30 PM and usually goes on until around 11:30 with members coming and going at all times throughout the evening. We usually attract 50 – 70 members so it is a lively event in which members, both junior and senior, can connect in a relaxed atmosphere and set the development world to rights.

Barry or another RecWorks team member will be onsite so if anyone is looking for free recruitment advice it’s a great chance to come along for a chat.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/137350802/

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The London Java Community’s next free event is – The London Developer Sessions on Tuesday 20th August at 18:30.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/130844292/

This is our monthly social gathering, which incorporates members of The London Java Community and Graduate Developer Communities. This is an informal social evening most of the evening will be spent having ad-hoc informal discussions in small groups.

We are back to The Slug and Lettuce this month: 19/20 Hanover Street, London http://www.slugandlettuce.co.uk/hanover_street/. We have had some fantastic feedback from those who have attended the event at this venue before and will be holding this month’s event in the same great location. The venue has a nicely sized function room with its own private bar, there are some great offers on beer, there is free wi-fi and it’s easy to move around and chat to lots of people. Most importantly it is a friendly and relaxed environment where developers can get together to chat and network.

The event will kick off at 6:30 PM and usually goes on until around 11:30 with members coming and going at all times throughout the evening. We usually attract 50 – 70 members so it is a lively event in which members, both junior and senior, can connect in a relaxed atmosphere and set the development world to rights.

Barry or another RecWorks team member will be onsite so if anyone is looking for free recruitment advice it’s a great chance to come along for a chat.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/130844292/

Organised by RecWorks:

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The London Java Community’s next free event is – Are you better than a Coin Toss? on Wednesday 14th July at 18:15.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/128725702/

Presented by Richard Warburton and John Oliver (1 hour presentation)

So you’re a big data and distributed systems “expert”, you’ve collected 500 billion data points, thrown it into sci-lib-of-the-week, you’re using Hadoop, backing onto those cool AWS GPU instances, let it grind away for days and its spit out the answer to life the universe and everything.  But is it really better than a coin toss?

How do you validate whether your data analysis algorithm works?  Are you learning a solution to your problems or just the data you already have?  What problems can you encounter when analysing your data?  How do you solve them, and what can you do easily under the time pressures of a business environment?

We’re here to put the Science back into Data Science.

Who should attend:

Any developer might be interested, but especially those building big data analytics solutions.

Bios:

Richard Warburton – @RichardWarburto

Richard is an empirical technologist and solver of deep-dive technical problems. Recently he has been working on data analytics for high performance computing at jClarity and is writing a book on Java 8 Lambdas for O’Reilly.  He is a leader in the London Java Community, sits on their JCP Committee and organises the Adopt-a-JSR programs for Lambdas and Date and Time in Java 8.  Richard is also a known conference speaker, having talked at JavaOne, DevoxxUK and JAX London. Previously he worked on static analysis problems, verifying part of a compiler and developing automated bug detection technology.  He obtained a PhD in Computer Science from The University of Warwick where his research focussed on compiler theory.

John Oliver – @johno_oliver

John has performed research and development in many languages for 15 years, on various platforms from micro controllers, robots, simulations, desktop applications and web services. Currently he is working at jClarity, applying the tools of machine learning to analyse and diagnose performance problems.John holds a PhD in Engineering from Warwick University working on algorithms for coordinating mobile robotic teams. During his study he performed extensive work on both physical and simulated robotic platforms, competing in a number of national and international robotics competitions.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/128725702/

 

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The London Java Community’s next free event is – So You Want To Become A Java Contractor? on Wednesday 31st July at 18:30.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/127397182/

 

We are often asked by developers about contracting; what the market is like, when to take the first steps and how it differs from permanent opportunities. Contracting can be a great career option but can be very different from working as a permanent employee. We have set up the RecWorks Contractor Network (RCN), the idea being people can network and share advice on their experiences through a common mailing list. It also means we can get a really good cross section on what is happening in the contract market. We have invited members of the RCN to share their experience on working as a contractor.
This event is suitable for:

– Experienced developers considering one day taking a step into contracting

– Students that are interested to find out more about the difference between permanent and contractors

– Experienced contractors keen to share opinions, tips and advice on working as a contractor
The event will run with a panel in a ‘fishbowl’ style. If you’re unfamiliar with fishbowl events, four to five chairs will be arranged in an inner circle (or a panel at the front of the room), this is the fishbowl. The remaining chairs will be arranged in concentric circles outside the fishbowl. A few participants will be selected to fill the fishbowl, while the rest of the group sit on the chairs outside the fishbowl. One chair will be left empty, any member of the audience can, at any time, occupy the empty chair and join the fishbowl. When this happens, an existing member of the fishbowl must voluntarily leave the fishbowl and free a chair. The discussion continues with participants frequently entering and leaving the fishbowl. The audience outside the fishbowl listen in on the discussion.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/127397182/

 

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The London Java Community’s next free event is – The London Developer Sessions on Tuesday 16th July at 18:30.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/126246392/

This is our monthly social gathering, which incorporates members of The London Java Community and Graduate Developer Communities. This is an informal social evening most of the evening will be spent having ad-hoc informal discussions in small groups.

We are back to The Slug and Lettuce this month: 19/20 Hanover Street, London http://www.slugandlettuce.co.uk/hanover_street/. We have had some fantastic feedback from those who have attended the event at this venue before and will be holding this month’s event in the same great location. The venue has a nicely sized function room with its own private bar, there are some great offers on beer, there is free wi-fi and it’s easy to move around and chat to lots of people. Most importantly it is a friendly and relaxed environment where developers can get together to chat and network.

The event will kick off at 6:30 PM and usually goes on until around 11:30 with members coming and going at all times throughout the evening. We usually attract 50 – 70 members so it is a lively event in which members, both junior and senior, can connect in a relaxed atmosphere and set the development world to rights.

Barry or another RecWorks team member will be onsite so if anyone is looking for free recruitment advice it’s a great chance to come along for a chat.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/126246392/

 

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The London Java Community’s next free event is – A Tourist’s Guide to Clojure for Java Programmers on Wednesday 3rd July at 18:30.

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/124102132/

This is the first event in a series of events we are running in collaboration with the London Clojurians on Clojure for Java Programmers.

Are you a Java programmer interested in learning about functional languages? Do you want to broaden your programming horizons by being able to grok a LISP? Do you want to work with pain-free concurrency?

Well Clojure is the exciting LISP on the JVM that allows you do all three. This talk aims to give you enough knowledge to get you through the initial learning curve and like a tourist phrasebook give you enough knowledge to allow to explore Clojure on your own.

We’ll talk about the basic structures of the language, how you use it, what you can use from your existing Java knowledge and what the benefits of becoming a Clojurian might be.

Topics

* What is Clojure and why is it interesting?

* Clojure’s syntax and basics

* How can I work with immutable data?

* Clojure and concurrency

* Using Java in Clojure

* Setting up a basic project in Clojure

* Your questions answered via live-coding

Please see link for details and to sign up – http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/124102132/

 

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Hey guys,

I hope that everyone had a relaxing weekend. It is time again for another partner email and there are some great events coming up in the next few weeks, don’t forget to join us for the Developer session tomorrow night. 

Here’s what’s going on:

 

Monday 17th June – London Groovy & Grails User Group Meetup

This month we have Marco Vermeulen of gvm fame talking about Groovy and Cucumber, the natural language behaviour-driven development tool from the Ruby community.

RSVP for this London Groovy and Grails User Group event: http://www.meetup.com/london-ggug/events/118596172/ **EVENT NOW HAPPENED – PLEASE SEE LINK FOR FUTURE EVENTS**

 

Monday 17th June – Not Just Arduino Bi-Monthly Event

7pm – at London Hackspace – User group for people who want to learn, share and experiment on all microcontrollers (free, drop-in event, beginners welcome!)

RSVP for thisNot Just Arduino event: http://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/Not_Just_Arduino **EVENT NOW HAPPENED – PLEASE SEE LINK FOR FUTURE EVENTS**

 

Tuesday 18th June – The London Developer Sessions

 You absolutely have to get to this event – it’s the best place to come, drink beer and just socialise with other developers. Talk about projects you’re working on, problems your facing, advise a grad or two or just come to discuss anything you like. It’s a great chance to meet first time LJC members as well as seasoned professionals. Ged will be there with a few LJC Book club members. The RecWorks crew will be there to give any career advice or new job opportunities as well as a few Adopt a JSR advocates to help explain how you can get involved. Really what reason do you have not to come along?

RSVP for this London Java Community and Graduate Developer Community event: http://www.meetup.com/Londonjavacommunity/events/120885702/ **EVENT NOW HAPPENED – PLEASE SEE LINK FOR FUTURE EVENTS**

 

Tuesday 18th June – Webinar: Distributed Execution with Oracle Coherence

In this webinar we will demonstrate how to use parallel computation on the grid to deliver highly efficient searches without the need to pull data across the network.

Register here: http://www.c2b2.co.uk/oracle_coherence_webinars **EVENT NOW HAPPENED – PLEASE SEE LINK FOR FUTURE EVENTS**

 

Thursday 20th June – Scala Coding Dojo

A regular coding dojo session run on every third Thursday of the month.  The dojo is now held regularly at the central London offices of TIM Group.

RSVP for this London Scala User Group event: http://www.meetup.com/london-scala/events/99095962/

 

Monday 24th June – 7 languages in 7 weeks: Io ‘Day 3’

This evening we’ll be splitting into two groups:

* An advanced group for those that have completed day 1 and 2 Io material and want to complete the chapter’s activities with day 3

* A ‘catch-up’ group for those people that missed either or both of day 1 or day 2 and would like to have a chance to play with Io..

RSVP for this London Code Dojo event: http://www.meetup.com/London-Code-Dojo/events/119127602/

 

Tuesday 25th June – Code & Coffee West London

Code & Coffee is a cool meeting for those who like coffee and love writing code. The idea is simple. Just come along and you may find other developers writing some code before going to work while drinking some coffee and/or having breakfast.  http://www.electriccoffee.co.uk/, Electric Coffee Co in Ealing Broadway

RSVP for this London Software Craftsman Community event: http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/events/120264422/

 

Tuesday 25th June – Code & Coffee Central London

Morning session (7am – 9am) on Tuesdays every fortnight on Starbucks in Oxford Street.

RSVP for this London Software Craftsman Community event: http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/events/106663212/

 

Tuesday 25th June – Dive into the Google Maps Mobile APIs for Android and iOS

Developing for Android or iOS and use Google Maps API for mobile? Stop by at Skills Matter and dive into these APIs with Google Developer Advocates from Google Maps team. 18:30 in Skills Matter. The Android side of the talk will be based in Java.

RSVP for this GDG London event: http://google-maps-mobile-apis-gplus.eventbrite.co.uk/

 

Wednesday 26th June – Webinar: GlassFish 4: Getting Started

GlassFish 4 has just been released. Now you can test and deploy your JEE7 applications. This webinar will demonstrate taking the latest GlassFish release and installing and running it on a production server.

Register here: http://www.c2b2.co.uk/glassfish_4_webinar_series

 

That’s everything for now – I will be back in two weeks to bring you some more partner events, lets hope that summer has made an appearance by then. Looking forward to catching up with you all on Tuesday night!

Sam

@SHRecWorks


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What is the LJC

The London Java Community (LJC) is a group of Java Enthusiasts who are interested in benefiting from shared knowledge in the industry. Through our forum and regular meetings you can keep in touch with the latest industry developments, learn new Java (& other JVM) technologies, meet other developers, discuss technical/non technical issues and network further throughout the Java Community.

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