The London Java Community (LJC) is a great network of people in London who mix the sharing of knowledge and experiences in a social environment. I was asked to help out with an Open Conference in November at IBM South Bank, last year and have since offered assistance with the community.
The LJC Associate meeting was held in London to decide what kind of topics we wanted on the agenda over the next few months. This was a great meeting and we managed to get a bunch of topics lined up for the coming months. The current agenda is below:
25th London Clojure Dojo (full)
1st London Python Coding Dojo
11th - 12th Danish JUG: Java - a cloudy affair... 5th annual conference (£)
23rd Agile Testing UK:The (rocky) road to agile at The Walt Disney Company EMEA - An experience report
24th Thoughtworks quaterly briefing - Developing for a crisis: The challenges for design, development & deployment of UNICEF's RapidFTR
18th Functional programming exchange (£)
24th Cuke Up
Zoe and I are currently working on an OSGi pitch to give at the LJC over the next few months also. If you are interested in joining the LJC or attending some of their meets, why not give it a go! More info about the LJC can be found here.