Talk organised by the North London Branch (NLB) of the British Computer Society (BCS).
What are the choices when it comes to modern programming languages? When is Java a better option than one of the .NET languages and vice versa? What advantages do more modern languages such as Flex and Ruby on Rails offer? What frameworks and Open Source projects are driving the adoption of these languages? Why are Microsoft, Sun and Adobe all creating variants of their core languages for creating Rich Internet Applications (RIAs)?
Come and get an update on the .NET programming languages, Java, Flex and Ruby (on Rails) that will address the above and more, from those that are really in the know. No, not the vendors, but the members of User Groups.
Our expert presenters are:
• IAN COOPER
Founder, .NET User Group (DNUG)
• PETER PILGRIM
Founder, Java Web User Group (JAVAWUG)
• CHESTER CHIPPERFIELD
Organiser, London Flex User Group
• CHRIS PARSONS
Member, London Ruby User Group (LRUG)
The event is FREE to attend, but registration is required. To register, please send an email to [email protected] with the following information:
- Full Name
- Job Title
- BCS Member (Y/N)
Official Website: http://www.nlondon.bcs.org/
Added by rtandoh on September 4, 2007