Java Code Geeks are proud to conduct another important giveaway for the Java community!
For this one we have teamed up with the Devoxx community and managed to get a ticket for the Devoxx UK 2013 London community conference going to take place on the 26th and 27th of March 2013.
That ticket is the prize for our next giveaway. A prize worth of £350!
Prior going into the specifics about our giveaway we would like to say a few words about the Devoxx UK community conferences.
The Devoxx non-profit community conferences have been very successfully run in Belgium and France. We enjoyed them so much that the London Java Community (LJC) decided to bring a version over to London (http://devoxx.co.uk)!
So we’re bringing the who’s who of the Java/JVM and Software Development including folks such as Milton Smith – head of Java security and Charlie Nutter – the inventor of JRuby, as well as showcasing talent from the local development community.
- Languages on the JVM
- Java SE
- Java EE
- Architecture, Cloud and Security
- Web and Big Data
- The Future
We’d love to see you and members from your dev teams there as attendees (it’s a non-profit conference by developers for developers). It’s only £350 for the two days, so get in quick at http://reguk.devoxx.com
How to Enter?
Just send an email here using as subject “Devoxx UK 2013 London“. An empty email will do, It’s that simple! (Note: By entering the contest you will be automatically included in the forthcoming Java Code Geeks Newsletter.)
The contest will close on Friday 01 March 2013 PT. The winner will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address!
Please spread the news! The larger the number of participants the more people will get a chance of participating to one of the best conferences about Java around!
The Java Code Geeks TeamRelated Whitepaper:
Get ready to program in a whole new way!
Functional Programming in Java will help you quickly get on top of the new, essential Java 8 language features and the functional style that will change and improve your code. This short, targeted book will help you make the paradigm shift from the old imperative way to a less error-prone, more elegant, and concise coding style that’s also a breeze to parallelize. You’ll explore the syntax and semantics of lambda expressions, method and constructor references, and functional interfaces. You’ll design and write applications better using the new standards in Java 8 and the JDK.