MarkLogic User Group London: Florent Georges

After a long and mostly unexplained delay, the next MUGL meeting has finally been scheduled: November 27, 2012 at the Theodore Bullfrog Pub.

The featured speaker has not yet been officially chosen.  There is still time to volunteer if you are interested or to make suggestions for topics.  Please email me at [masked].

Apologies for taking so long since the last meeting.  It's been a very busy few months and circumstances have kept me occupied elsewhere.  Since this meeting is happening so late in the year we'll consider it the kickoff to the Christmas party season.  The next one after this will probably by in January.

This is likely to be a blowout gathering (did I mention free food and drinks?) and there is a limit on space, so please RSVP to reserve your spot.


We finally have our speakers lined up.  The main speaker for this meeting will be Florent Georges, XML & XQuery expert, W3C member and well-known Belgian.  Florent will be discussing a project he's been working on: EXPath Console for MarkLogic.

We will also have an update from our most recent speaker, Jem Rayfield, on how things went during the London Olympics for the MarkLogic-based system his team built at the BBC.

If you would like a few minutes at this meeting to discuss or announce anything of interest to the group, please let me know.

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  • John S.

    Hey - that's my birthday!

    1 · November 9, 2012

    • Ron H.

      I had no idea. And I see you've chosen to spend it with us. That's the sign of a true geek.

      November 9, 2012

    • John S.

      Actually, I think I'll have to miss it - my wife has called dibs on me.

      November 12, 2012

  • Adam R.

    I would love to see someone demo Jim Fuller's recent RESTXQ for MarkLogic project

    November 9, 2012

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