I am making an attempt to bring Java (or JVM) developers in Cambridge together in a better / more focused fashion than it's happening at the moment.
I have launched the Cambridge Java Community meetup: http://www.meetup.com/CambridgeJavaCommunity/
- and if you are excited about Java, a striving developer or experienced architect trying to get the most out of Java, then you should join !
We are connected to the highly successful London Java Community and can use their infrastructure of speakers and event-organisers.
What can you expect to take away from our meetups?
It will be a round-trip through ecosystem: Libraries, tools, processes, patterns, frameworks (web & mobile), infrastructure / platforms, plus potentially other JVM languages like Scala. Come, learn, go home and try it yourself and explore options to make your own development more efficient / easier / cheaper / faster / "better".
Plus: Every meetup will include a few "lightning pitches": If you are stuck with a problem, you have a "someone must have done this before" moment or if you just made a great app (or library) you want to tell us about - this is your chance to turn to the community and ask for help, ideas or feedback.
See you soon
Benjamin F. Wirtz________________
Founder, Handy Elephant
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