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[Fwd: London Wicket Event - 4th February @ Google]
Tue, 2009-01-13, 07:37
I'd like to spread the word: :-)
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: London Wicket Event - 4th February @ Google
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 18:55:13 -0800 (PST)
Reply-To: users [at] wicket [dot] apache [dot] org
To: users [at] wicket [dot] apache [dot] org
Our next London Wicket Event will be on the evening of Wednesday, February
4th, at Google.
This time we have presentations lined-up from three experienced Java/Wicket
developers who have been experimenting with Scala and Wicket, just for fun,
and, in some cases, on commercial development projects (yes, there are
already Wicket applications built using Scala out there).
Al's presentation is called "Abstraction" - you know what to expect!
Al and I will also run a more concrete, general Wicket Q&A to wrap things up
We'll be getting in some hot Pizza for around 18:15 and then:
* http://www.jWeekend.com Cemal Bayramoglu : Welcome/Introduction
* http://www.stuq.nl Daan van Etten : Basic Introduction to Scala With
* Dean Phersson-Chapman: Experiences Converting an Existing Wicket
Application To Scala
* http://www.footprint.de Jan Kriesten : Real World Scala and Wicket
* http://herebebeasties.com/ Al Maw : ABSTRACTION!
* Al Maw & Cemal Bayramoglu: General Wicket Q&A
If you're not in a rush to get away join us for the customary visit to a
local pub straight after the Q&A.
We're lucky to attract a very good crowd and they say really nice things
about our events, so if you've never been, you'd most likely enjoy the
Full details and registration are at
http://www.jweekend.co.uk/dev/LWUGReg/ at the usual place . Register early
and don't forget to confirm (or cancel) your registration using the link in
the automated email.
We'd like to thank Google for generously continuing to host our events.
Regards - Cemal