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Groovy & Grails eXchange 2009 announced for December 10th, registrat

  Asked By: Nancy    Date: Sep 10    Category: Java    Views: 26369

Following on from the success in previous years this years Groovy & Grails
eXchange will bring together the leading innovators in the Groovy & Grails
community, including Guillaume Laforge and Graeme Rocher, the leads on Groovy
and Grails projects respectively, for an informal day of deep technical insight
and friendly discussion.

The aim of the Groovy & Grails eXchange is to promote awareness and adoption of
innovative ideas and technologies for enterprise JEE development with Groovy and

With Groovy Project Lead Guillaume LaForge and Grails Project Lead Graeme Rocher
providing the conference keynotes, 5 expert talks and two Parkbench sessions,
the programme is structured to encourage discussion and bring together the
leading thinkers and passionate members of the UK JEE, Groovy & Grails
community. With a maximum number of 125 delegates, we aim to provide an informal
and intimate environment where you can share experience, demonstrate new ideas
and techniques, talk to the experts and generally have lots of fun.


1 day, 1 track, 125 delegates

Russ Miles has kindly agreed to be the Programme Lead, and is currently working
with Guillaume LaForge, Graeme Rocher, Hans Dockter, Burt Beckwith and other
leading experts on an interesting and exciting set of talks!

Groovy & Grails eXchange website

Register today - Tickets just £50 (offer valid until Aug 31st)
To event aims to provide a real opportunity to share ideas, learn and discuss,
so we have limited the number of delegates to 125 only. There is also an /Early
Bird Discount of nearly 75% if you book on or before September 10th/, so if you
would like to join us, get your skates on and register today

For those who won't be able to get to the UK from Germany: we will also be
filming each talk and publish these on our website! We'll announce publication
on twitter/skillsmatter using the tag #groovygrailsX

Help spread the word
If you are member of any user group and would like to announce the conference on
any Groovy, Grails or Java User Group webpages, that would be fantastic! If so,
please send us an email with subject line: "[community] Groovy & Grails
eXchange" and include the link where the event is published, plus a small user
group logo and a short description of your user group and we'll publish the logo
+ link on the conference pages.....

There are a variety of sponsorship packages available for organisations that
wish to reach this audience. If you think your organisation may be interested in
sponsoring the event, or you know of any other organisations, please contact
Skills Matter's Community Manager Natalie Gray further details about sponsorship
packages. Natalie can be reached on natalie [dot] gray [at] skillsmatter dot com