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Re: [lsug] Call for London Scala UG Talks for next year

From: Andy H.
Sent on: Thursday, December 20, 2012 10:19 AM
Hi Damian

Thanks for the offer. We already have up to august 'kind-of' organised (had 6 replies yesterday) and 4 this morning. So what I'm going to do is create a 'waiting list' (that's so much the wrong word) and then find out who still interested over the summer for the second half of the year.  Hope thats ok.    (plan B, could be more than 1 talk a month, see how many more we get)

Have you thought of adding you blog to ?  You may even get it in print as Richard has been given the task of turning it into a book

See you this evening and we can have a chat

On 20 December[masked]:10, Damian Helme <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi Andy,
Hope you're well!

I don't know if there's a talk in this, but I wrote a blog on an easy way to do CRUD in Lift.

Here's the blog post:

Here's the running code:

Possibly suitable for a joint talk with others? What do you think - is it suitable?

Hoping to get along tonight, so maybe see you there?



On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 2:53 PM, Andy Hicks <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi All

It would be great if we could find some talks/speakers for the new year. Are you interested?

The talks can be a work experience (this is how we are using Scala at work) and a great way of letting everyone know a great company you work for because they let you use Scala. Or you work on or interested an open source project that you would like to demonstrate to the whole community and a great way to get more people to help you with the project. 
This could be on anything in the Scala ecosystem from akka/play2 to testing/functional coding and anything in-between   

While Scala evening is 60-90 minutes normally the 2nd Wednesday of the month this can be changed to another evening that is more convenient.  And if you don't want to do a whole evening then we could join 2 or 3 smaller talk, or have lightning talks to start the evening.

If you want to give a talk, or just have an idea for something, then please get in touch  [address removed]


ps: I would also be interested in what type of subject people are interested in. If we have requests then we may be able to convince somebody with knowledge to give a presentation.

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