Re: [ljc] February's code share round up

From: Luigi B.
Sent on: Thursday, February 16, 2012 4:16 PM
Hi All,

In relation to the Dependency Injection code share, but not too strictly and not only addressed to the people that were present:

Would anyone be interested in helping with the Adopt A JSR program related to the CDI 1.1 (Context and Dependency Injection) specification:
At the moment I am the only one contributing to it. There's more information on that page if you want to know more or you can drop me an email.

There are many ways too contribute, so please take a moment to read the introductory documentation if you think you are interested but not too sure.


From: Aaron Braund <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Sunday, February 12,[masked]:38 PM
Subject: [ljc] February's code share round up

Hi All,
On Wednesday night we had our monthly code share event, this time focusing on Dependency Injection and the way it is used in Java and other languages.
The code share kicked off at 6:30 and lasted to 8:00 ? great to see so many turn out.  One things for certain, Spring doesn?t have to worry about going out of business anytime soon ? nearly every developer that came along used DI and Spring.
It?s always great to hear your thoughts from these events, if you have any feedback or would like to suggest something please post it here:
Dave Snowdon opened up the event and talked about dependancy injection before handing over to Dave Syers for the code presentations, special thanks to them for making the event so informative.
Thanks also to Vaibhav Gowadia, Sandro Mancuso, Luigi Bitoni and Maris Orbidans for contributing their code examples.
There is always an opportunity to get involved in these events- it's a great way to share what you have learned and may open up new opportunities. We can offer constructive feedback from experienced speakers so if you're at all interested let me know.
Queen Mary University was, once again, kind enough to provide the venue, so big thanks to them.
Big thanks also to Thoughtworks for graciously sponsoring another LJC event.
Once again, thanks to everyone that made it out last night. We are one of the most active Java User Groups in Europe and we're keen to stay that way so if you have any feedback at all please let Barry or Martijn know.
Finally, here at RecWorks we are connecting Java developers to some of London?s top companies. If you're not happy in your current role then feel free to give Andrew, Kenric or myself a call or email for an informal chat. We are far more interested in building long-term relationships than one off placements, but if you do feel the time is right now we are happy to help.
See you next time.

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