LJC Easter Un-Party!

LJC Easter Un-Party!

Come one, come all and join us for the LJC Easter Un-Party. It will be on Thursday the 17th April at The Bakery. The refreshments are being sponsored by our good friends Atlassian.

This will be something a little different to our usual LJC events and will include a combination of open mic style presentations and games.

As with our first party we are going to be getting in the party mood with some blind-ignite talks… If you are unfamiliar with the concept - in ignite talks each speaker gets 5 minutes, and must use 15 slides with each slide advancing automatically after 20 seconds, forcing speakers to get to the point… fast! We're going to spice this up by giving the presenter little or no time to prepare for the talk. Meaning that a senior speaker will be tasked with giving an ignite presentation that they haven't seen before. They went down brilliantly at our first un-party, and will be even better this time around.

We'll also be having an update on what's been happening with Adopt-a-JSR, the LJC Book club and all the other things that go on within the LJC.

Please note:

This event is being held at The Bakery, 25 City Road, EC1Y 1AA.

The Bakery is situated in the heart of Tech City, a short walk from Old Street (Silicon) roundabout.

Nearest tubes are Old Street (5 mins), Moorgate (5 mins), or Liverpool Street (15 mins)

Event organised by the awesome folk at RecWorks - check out the blog here: http://blog.recworks.co.uk/

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  • Amaad Q.

    great event, good atmosphere, met lots of interesting people

    April 22

  • Mani

    Great event, small but effective and good fun. Had a good laugh at the Just-a-Minute! Promise to say more interesting things next time around.

    April 18

  • Daniel B.

    Had a lot of fun! Thanks to all those who attended, and a special thanks to everyone who bravely 'volunteered' for the tech just a minute game :-)

    Feel free to post any feedback for the next LJC Unparty event - they are run by the community, for the community, and so we love to hear your views!

    April 18

  • Jad El O.

    So fun & great to meet people

    1 · April 18

  • Rif K.

    Had a great time at the event, was a lot of fun. Looking forward to being more part of the Java and opensource space, but everybody know .net is better then Java ;-)

    4 · April 17

  • Anji C.

    Please note the change of venue to: The Bakery, 25 City Road, EC1Y 1AA.

    The Bakery is situated in the heart of Tech City, a short walk from Old Street (Silicon) roundabout.

    Nearest tubes are Old Street (5 mins), Moorgate (5 mins), or Liverpool Street (15 mins)

    Thanks all,

    Anj

    April 9

  • Denis D.

    Java and C++ developer

    March 31

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