Joe M.


Hometown: newry

Member since:

June 27, 2010

Where did you hear about this group?

From the internet. Did a search on the net for interesting Java communities within London and this user group came up trumps!

How long have you been developing with Java?

I first started working with Java over ten years ago at Uni (Queens Belfast) and I've gone down the Java development path since I have graduated 6 years ago.

What are your favourite technologies at the moment?

I'm a big fan of Spring, CI, TDD, Hibernate, Agile Development- basically any technologies, advice or practises that help make software development more productive, improves quality and makes developing more fun.

Would you be interested in hearing about any new Java permanent or contract positions at present? (if yes please add which would be of more interest)

Nope, just moved for a permie job in the city. I've had quite enough of recruitment agents and interviews for quite awhile.


Hi, I have just moved over from Belfast and started working in London. Just starting to get settled with the big move so thought its time to make the most of my environment and opportunities.

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