[python-uk] Fwd: [jsig] CODE ITevent, London, 13/09, 6.30pm

Mamading Ceesay mamading at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 18:02:37 CEST 2007


Does someone want to represent Python at this event?

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From: richardtandoh <richardtandoh at yahoo.com>
Date: 05-Sep-2007 10:43
Subject: [jsig] CODE ITevent, London, 13/09, 6.30pm
To: jsig at yahoogroups.com


 I thought some of you might be interested in an event I've put
 together for the British Computer Society (BCS) - details below.  It
 is a sort of 'state of the nation' talk by representatives of the .NET
 User Group (DNUG), Java Web User Group (JAVAWUG), London Flex User
 Group and London Ruby User Group (LRUG).

 There will be a good amount of time left for audience participation,
 so please come along and join in.

 The event is FREE to attend, but registration is required - see below.

 Kind regards,


 CODE IT: .NET, Java, Flex & Ruby (on Rails)

 Thursday 13th September 2007
 6.30 - 8.30pm
 BCS, First Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton
 Street, London WC2E 7HA.

 Talk organised by the North London Branch (NLB,
 http://www.nlondon.bcs.org/) of the British Computer
 Society (BCS).

 What are the choices when it comes to modern
 programming languages?  When is Java a better option
 than one of the .NET languages and vice versa?  What
 advantages do more modern languages such as Flex and
 Ruby on Rails offer?  What frameworks and Open Source
 projects are driving the adoption of these languages?
 Why are Microsoft, Sun and Adobe all creating variants
 of their core languages for creating Rich Internet
 Applications (RIAs)?

 Come and get an update on the .NET programming
 languages, Java, Flex and Ruby (on Rails) that will
 address the above and more, from those that are really
 in the know.  No, not the vendors, but the members of
 User Groups.

 Our expert presenters are:
 Founder, .NET User Group (DNUG)

 Founder, Java Web User Group (JAVAWUG)

 Organiser, London Flex User Group

 Member, London Ruby User Group (LRUG)

 The event is FREE to attend, but registration is
 required.  To register, please send an email to
 bcsnlb at yahoo.co.uk with the following information:
 - Full Name
 - Job Title
 - Organisation
 - BCS Member (Y/N)

Mamading Ceesay

If you only watch one movie this year, watch Invisible Children.

"We are here to help each other through this thing, whatever it is."
--Kurt Vonnegut, 1922 - 2007

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