London Java Community
The London Java Community is a group of Java Enthusiasts who are interested in benefiting from shared knowledge in the industry. Through our forum and regular meetings you can meet other developers, discuss technical/non technical issues and network further throughout the Java Community.
We arrange and promote regular events through the group including free seminars from Java Champions in London to discuss the latest technologies and market trends, usually followed by a drink at the local pub.
Our members have also benefited from offers and reduced rates at conferences.
Membership is completely free - we currently have 750 members and are eager to grow please spread the word further about this group to anyone that you think may be interested.
Visit the London Java Community site here.
Do not hesitate to get in touch with any questions or feedback.
Barry Cranford Organiser of London Java Community firstname.lastname@example.org
Java at Scale
Featuring Steve Poole
You've heard how amazing the JVM is. Want to know more? How far can you take Java? Whats the smallest device you can run it on and what’s the largest? What about cloud or clusters or containers or even new types of hardware?cloud containers clusters jvm scalable java
Fantastic Bytecodes & How To Interpret Them
Featuring Ben Evans
In this talk we'll discuss the basic architecture of the JVM and the bytecode set of the interpreter. We'll show the major subsystems, the families of bytecodes and how they operate. All the concepts are explained with simple, colourful graphics and a unique narrative.ocelot jvm architecture bytecodes java
Featuring Simon Wardley
Why don't financial institutions embrace cloud based computing solution? Is it possible to evaluate cloud concepts internally using standard API but running on the institutions own hardware, then move to external solution with none/minimal api impact? Eucalyptus could be the way forward!cloud ubuntu eucalyptus
Making every millisecond count! JVM performance tuning in the real-world
Featuring Ben Evans
Why is performance analysis so hard to do well? What features of Java are the actual big-ticket items when it comes to performance? How much have recent advances in the JVM really helped? and more...jvm java c++
Scala, A better language for finance?!
Featuring Alex McGuire
After describing some of the areas of Scala that are of particular interest in financial development, Alex talks about the reasons Scala improved his team's productivity, reduced the size of the codebase and eased maintainance.scala finance functional-programming
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