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JAX, the conference series on Java, Enterprise Technology, Agile, SOA and Cloud, is coming to the UK for the first time and will run alongside OSGi DevCon from 22nd – 24th February 2010. 

We have 5 delegate places to giveaway to JAX London for members of the London Java Community.

This is your chance to attend one of next year’s most important events in the Java development calendar.  Each place is worth up to £600, and could be yours for free.

Simply send me an email – with ‘JAX London’ and let me know if you’re interested in being entered for the prize draw. The deadline is Monday 7th December, shortly after we’ll announce the 5 lucky winners.

If you are not one of the lucky winners you can still attend and save money too.  We have negotiated a special discount for members of London Java Community giving you an extra 5% off delegate places – just enter the special discount code ‘LJC01’ when you book your place.

These discounts can be applied to already reduced ‘very early bird’ delegate rate offers, giving you a double saving if you book early.

Book by 17th December and you can get:

1 day delegate pass – only £189.05

2 day delegate pass – only £331.55

3 day delegate pass – only £474.05

This is your chance to hear from speakers including Architecture Expert Kevlin Henney, Enterprise Architect & Language Expert Ted Neward, Charles Nutter – creator of JRuby, Guillaume Laforge – Groovy Project Lead and many more…

Visit for further information and to check out confirmed content and speakers so far.

Barry Cranford

Skills Matter, our sponsor, is organising some exciting conferences in London, UK for the open source and agile developer community. They have offered LJC members 25% discount of the ticket price. To qualify for this special community discount, please email me for the discount code to use when registering, or see our mailing list.

Agile Specifications, BDD and Testing eXchange (1 day), London, UK, November 27th – for agile developers and testers

Featuring Dan North, Gojko Adzic, Liz Keogh, Janet Gregory, Antony Marcano, Andy Palmer, David Evans and two ParkBench Panel Discussions

Follow the event on #agiletestingx


Lean & Kanban eXchange (1 day), London, UK, December 1st – for project managers, IT Managers, agile developers, architects and anyone interested in Lean thinking

Featuring David J Anderson, David Laribee, David Joyce, Zi Makki, Benjamin Mitchell, Karl Scotland, Martine Devos and two ParkBench Panel Discussions

Follow the event on #kanbanexchange



Droidcon (1 day), London, UK, December 2nd – for android developers

Featuring Carl-Gustaf Harroch, Kevin McDonagh , Andreas Reuterberg, Alex Shaw, Akshay Dashrath, Gabor Paller, Martin Roth and two ParkBench Panel Discussions

Follow the event on #droidconlondon


RoR eXchange (1 day), London, December 3rd – for ruby on rails developers

Featuring Amy Hoy, Jason Davies, Frederic Cheung, Sven Fuchs, David Black, Andrew Chalkley and two ParkBench Panel Discussions

Follow the event on #rorexchange


Functional Programming eXchange (1 day), London, UK, December 7th – for functional programmers of all languages

Featuring Robert Pickering, Sadek Drobi, Matthew Sackman, Anton Schwaighofer, Ganesh Sittampalam, Miles Sabin, Duncan Coutts and two ParkBench Panel Discussions

Follow the event on #functionalpx


Groovy & Grails eXchange (2 days), London, UK, December 9th and 10th (only very few tickets left) – for groovy and grails developers

Featuring Russ Miles, Guillaume LaForge, Russel Winder, Hans Dockter, Burt Beckwith, Venkat Subramaniam, Dierk Koenig, Graeme Rocher, Peter Ledbrook, Tareq Abedrabbo, Sébastien Blanc, Tomas Lin and two ParkBench Panel Discussions

Follow the event on #groovygrailsx


Open Source in Finance eXchange (1 day), London, UK, December 15th – for JEE architects and developers of high performance, scalable systems in financial services

Featuring Alan Hardy, Rob Davies, Angelo Corsaro, David Vincent, Alex McGuire, Janne Valkealahti, Emma McGrattan and two ParkBench Panel Discussions

Follow the event on #opensourcefinx





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.