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NoSQL eXchange 2011
Skills Matter is hosting the first annual NoSQL eXchange this November. Jim Webber has kindly agreed to be the Programme Lead for this conference, and together we are working on a plan for 7 speaker slots in one day -- featuring talks covering MongoDB/CouchDB, Cassandra, Riak, and Neo4J. Follow #nosqlx for programme updates, and find out more here
Join us for 2011's Agile Testing & BDD eXchange, an informal day of
deep technical insight and friendly discussion. Already confirmed for
the conference are Chris Matts and Christian Hassa -- don't miss your
chance to to learn, innovate and share skills, ideas, tools and
practices for enterprise software development. Get more info and sign up
Progressive .NET Tutorials 2011 (Sept 5-7)
After 3 successful years, the Progressive .NET Tutorials return for another year of learning, innovation and sharing skills.
Running over three days, with two tutorials per track per day, these 12 magnificent tutorials will feature experts including Jon Skeet, Ian Robinson -- and many others! Get more info here
Droidcon 2011 (Oct 6-7)
Announcing Droidcon London 2011! Skills Matter and WIP have partnered to bring this tremendously popular event to London on 6th - 7th October 2011 -- featuring the cream of the Android developer world, including Richard Hyndman, Mark Murphy, Yosi Taguri and many, many others. The first day will be community led with a full day Barcamp and democamp, where participants will take the stage to propose talks, discussions and showcase their applications. The second day will be a conference day with presentation from the world's experts in Android presenting on the latest applications and usage of the mobile platform Find out more here
Scala Lift Off London (Oct 13-14)
We are very pleased to announce the Scala Lift Off London 2011! The event will take place at Skills Matter over two days. Scala Lift Off London had its first event in 2010, where we benefited from many interesting contributions from the Scala Community. We hope to see as many exciting innovations and ideas, practices and technologies featured next year. Find out more here