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Java Workshop

  • Skillsmatter (CodeNode)

    CodeNode, 10 South Place, London, EC2M 2RB, GB , London (map)

    51.519547 -0.087081

  • Welcome to a practical workshop for anyone keen to practice their coding.

    If you came to the recent Introduction to Java talks and workshops (more details on the next events in the series will be posted soon) this could be an ideal additional opportunity to practice the material covered previously: the workshop will be introduced by Mike Burton, whose name will be familiar to all those who have attended the Introduction to Java workshops. However, tonight’s session has no agenda so this is a true community event where people of all abilities can learn, and work through practical coding together and maybe get the views of others on their personal coding projects. Come along this evening whether you are an experienced developer who is keen to share your expertise to support people who are just starting or whether you are just starting with Java and are keen to learn more.

    You’ll need to bring your own laptop and your own coding projects or examples to work on.

    Mike has a BSc in Computer Science from Loughborough University. Soon after graduation Mike started his own consultancy business. Since 2004 he has worked with Java, JSF, Hibernate, JBoss Seam, Spring, Swing and related technologies (Maven, Ant, SQL, JDBC...) plus some PHP and Unix/ web-hosting. He has been involved in the OpenJDK and Apache Isis OSS projects and regularly speaks to IT groups and communities

    **Please bring your own laptop to the event**


    6:15 doors open. Please arrive promptly so we can get the most from the evening.

    6:30 coding starts.

    9:00 move to the bar to continue the conversation

    *Please note this is an LJC/GDC event. Skills Matter are hosting this event and are handling the attendance - it is essential that you confirm your place at this link so Skills Matter know who to expect, and put our workshop into a big enough space: 

    Event organised by the awesome folk at RecWorks - check out the blog here:

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  • Maggie C.
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    I am a freelance writer working with RecWorks to strengthen and develop tech communities

  • Shehzad A.

    Not a recent graduate but don't have enough experience so would like to see other people coding... more

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