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London is one of the largest tech hubs in the world. Nearly 400,000 developers live and work in the Greater London area: more than in San Francisco, Paris or New York.
London’s vibrant technology ecosystem is home to some of the world’s brightest technical talent, and hosts some of the world’s most innovative startups and influential enterprises.
Join our communities and participate in the developer meetups to learn, code and share your knowledge.
We’re running a series of hands-on workshops on a variety of technologies:
Each of these tracks will be split in to several workshops diving deeper in to the subject each time.
Join like-minded developers, architects and cloud native enthusiasts at a this free educational conference and networking event. The afternoon will feature a series of talks from Cloud Foundry contributors and users followed by a chance to meet like-minded cloud developers at an evening networking event.
Hosted by London Developer Advocate: Ed Shee
Where: 10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, United Kingdom
When: Tue, May 8, 2018 at 1:00 PM
The London Java Community, Devoxx UK, RecWorks and IBM team want to help new speakers overcome these challenges.
Speaking at conferences , meet ups and the like can be a major boost to your career. Getting started though can be tough. Not only do you need to summon the courage to stand up in front of your peers you often find that to get accepted to a conference you need a video of you speaking.
In this event new speakers will get the chance to get feedback and advice from seasoned developers who speak at conferences and meet-ups and IBM will be providing a professional film crew who will film each speaker and create individual 5 minute videos
Recorded: 14 March 2018
Steve Poole delivering a great talk at London Java Community about Java vulnerabilities and best practices to protect your applications
Mo Haghighi delivering a great talk at London Java Community about the use cases of algorithms in IoT and edge processing using Java
Recorded: 27 March 2018
City Team Developer Advocates, Arlemi Turpault, Sean Tracey and Ross Cruickshank delivering a great hands-on workshop on Node-Red fundamentals
Recorded: 22 February 2018
Ross Cruickshank delivering a great talk on Blockchain and Hyperledger Fabric to 300 fellow technology enthusiasts at Genesis conference
Recorded: 21 April 2018
Cancer Central is a new type of social enterprise, influenced and led by the community. To get us started, we had a fantastic Hackathon to inspire the core features of the website which will be used for our launch.
Recorded: 23 November 2017
full day conference organised by AbilityNet and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). Held in London at IBM South Bank on the 23rd November 2017
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