It is time again for another partner email and there are some great events coming up in the next few weeks. I hope to see you all at tonights developer session.
Here’s what’s going on:
Tuesday 16th April - The London Developer Sessions
You absolutely have to get to this event - it's the best place to come, drink beer and just socialise with other developers. Talk about projects you're working on, problems your facing, advise a grad or two or just come to discuss anything you like. It's a great chance to meet first time LJC members as well as seasoned professionals. Ged will be there with a few LJC Book club members. The RecWorks crew will be there to give any career advice or new job opportunities as well as a few Adopt a JSR advocates to help explain how you can get involved. Really what reason do you have not to come along?
Tuesday 16th April - Code & Coffee West London
Code & Coffee is a cool meeting for those who like coffee and love writing code. The idea is simple. Just come along and you may find other developers writing some code before going to work while drinking some coffee and/or having breakfast. http://www.electriccoffee.co.uk/
, Electric Coffee Co in Ealing Broadway
Tuesday 16th April - Code & Coffee Central London
Morning session (7am - 9am) on Tuesdays every fortnight on Starbucks in Oxford Street.
Tuesday 16th April - Webinar: How Banks Use MongoDB as a Tick Database
Learn why MongoDB is spreading like wildfire across capital markets (and really every industry) and then focus in particular on how financial firms are enjoying the developer productivity, low TCO, and unlimited scale of MongoDB as a tick database for capturing, analyzing, and taking advantage of opportunities in tick data.
Tuesday 16th April - April 2013 - Continuous Delivery with ETL Systems
With Dave Nolan (@davenolan, Lonely Planet) and Pete Sinden (Dr Foster Intelligence)
Continuous Delivery and Agile methodologies tend to focus on product value which manifests itself in discrete end-user features. However, for data-heavy software applications - such as those using ETL - functionality value is typically bound up with delivering a large data set against which the application can operate..
Wednesday 17th April - Dart, and how to use it to build modern browser applications
For this month's meetup we've decided to try and help out more experienced developers with an introduction to Dart by Chris Buckett. Chris is the author of Dart in Action and a Google Developer Expert in Dart. He has published articles on the dartlang website and runs the dartwatch blog. Chris is a Technical Manager for Entity Group where he builds solutions that organize clients' data...
Wednesday 17th April - GDG London: Google Apps Script
Join GDG London in Skills Matter on April 17th to discover how to use Google Apps Script to extend Google Apps, with a talk from Google's Arun Nagarajan.
Thursday 18th April - Scala Coding Dojo
A regular coding dojo session run on every third Thursday of the month. The dojo is now held regularly at the central London offices of TIM Group.
Monday 22nd April - London Spring User Group - April's session at The Skills Matter eXchange!
Rob Harrop, co-founder and formerly of Springsource, will give a talk at the Spring User Group on Rich Client Applications with Spring and AngularJS.
Tuesday 23rd April - Meeting the Challenge of Big Data with Terracotta BigMemory
Find out how Terracotta can help you make the best use of your hardware to get the most out of your software.
Tuesday 23rd April - Big Data Week: Merciless MongoDB
Adi Chikara of Localstars discusses using MongoDB geoSearch for Geo targeting, and Iάσων "Iason" Μπακογιάννης presents on "Feature Vector Proximity using MongoDB".
Thursday 25th April - Do you really get Class loaders? Presented by Simon Maple
Class loaders are at the core of the Java language. Java EE containers, OSGi, NetBeans modules, Tapestry 5, Grails and many others use class loaders heavily. Yet when something goes wrong, would you know how to solve it?..
Monday 29th April - 7 languages in 7 weeks: Week 1 - Ruby
A workshop run in the Code Dojo format for people reading and working through the Pragmatic Programmers book "Seven Languages in Seven Weeks" by Bruce Tate.
Wednesday 1st May - Garbage Collection - Tuning Guide
Following on from their earlier Garbage Collection - The Useful Parts talk, Martijn and John return to give the busy Java/JVM developer an insight into how you analyse and resolve common Garbage Collection problems. Using popular applications such as Minecraft, they'll resolve problems such as OutOfMemoryErrors (OOME), long pause times, Premature Promotion and many more!
That’s everything for now – I will be back in two weeks to bring you some more partner events.
Business Development Executive
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