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Devoxx UK free ticket giveaway – Roundup

Fellow geeks,

Our giveaway of a £350 Devoxx UK 2013 London community conference ticket has ended.

You may find the original post for the competition here.

The Prize Winner

The lucky winner who will receive a ticket for the Devoxx UK 2013 London community conference going to take place on the 26th and 27th of March 2013 is (name is as appeared on their email):

Christopher Batey

Overview of the conference

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 (!

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.

Tracks Include:

  • Languages on the JVM
  • Java SE
  • Java EE
  • Mobile
  • Architecture, Cloud and Security
  • Web and Big Data
  • Methodology
  • 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 (

More details at:
Register now at:
Twitter: @DevoxxUK

Congratulations to the winner!

Thank you all for participating. Happy coding!

The Java Code Geeks team

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