Thanks to everyone that made it out last night.
We had a great turn out, 80-90 in the audience which is good. I had a lot of good feedback last night and if anyone has seen any reviews please let me know, the video will be available here once SkillsMatter have completed it. I’ll update the Meetup event page with links to slides, finally use the twitter tag #ljc_jvmcloud to see or write comments and feedback.
It was a superb night. We had four great lightning talks including:
JCP and Java Dataing with Jim Gough
Scalability with Akamai by Matt Humphries
Architecture in the Cloud by Justin Brister
Steam Punk Programming by Ged Byrne
We then followed up with the main presentations on WSO2 from Paul Fremantly and Cloud Foundry from Peter Ledbrook. Finally we headed to the pub to carry on the questions over beer, as usual this deteriorated into brawls civil conversations about whether NoSQL was evil or not and the latest emails from recruiters to experienced Java developers offering c# graduate schemes.
Thanks so much to all the speakers for the main presentations last night. Finally thanks to SkillsMatter for providing the venue and making these events so easy to organise.
At ClearView, we are working with a number of different clients on roles involving Cloud technologies. If you would like to check out our latest jobs visit our job board. Please remember that we have new jobs in every week and some are placed before we advertise them, so for the best positions give me a shout and we’ll let you know which roles would be the best match for you.
Our next presentation is our social on Tuesday with the Developer Sessions, hope to see you there.