The London Java Community is delighted to announce our 2nd Unconference, organised in association with the Apache Software Foundation.
Last November we ran the 1st Unconference at IBM's offices, this time Skills Matter is making their premier London location available to us and we are delighted to have the ASF as partners.
So, if you have something interesting to say about Java or you want hear about (or talk about!) the exciting world of Apache Projects, book your place now!
If you missed the last Unconference and don't know what an Unconference is, the Wikipedia definintion is a "facilitated, participant-driven conference centered around a theme or purpose". Our themes this time will be Java and Apache.
We know that both of these are broad subject areas - but we didn't want to limit creativity by narrowing the scope. This leaves people free to talk on the Java language, Spring, Hibernate, Open Source and Java, OSGi, perhaps even JVM languages, anything Java that you want....and of course we would welcome participants from any of the 70+ Apache projects or Apache incubating projects.
As is tradition with this type of event, the content will be provided by the audience - this means YOU :-) . We are charging a small fee to attend - this is simply to cover costs (continental breakfast, lunch, tea and coffee), the aim is to break even on the event. The number of attendees will be limited to 70, although we'll be keeping a waiting list.
For online discussions before, during, and after the event, use Twitter tag: #LJCUC02
Sign up for the 2nd LJC Unconference: http://skillsmatter.com/event/java-jee/london-java-community-unconference-02/zx-514
Added by zackskillsmatter on May 17, 2010