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I gave my ‘An Introduction to Spring’ talk today at the LA code camp. It went fairly well I think. I had very little time to go through the Spring MVC module at the end, but perhaps I will give that as a separate talk another day.
I have posted the presentation slides here.
This is the same talk I had planned to present at the Silicon Valley Code Camp, so great to be finally giving it…
With much reluctance, I have had to cancel my planned Spring presentation at Silicon Valley Code Camp this weekend. I have been knocked out with flu all week and I am still hoarse, so giving a one hour talk is, unfortunately, not an option.
It is a shame as there was a lot of interest in the talk but in this instance can’t be helped.
You can find my session details here: An Introduction to Spring.
The planning for this year’s Silicon Valley Code Camp seems to be well under way. After attending last year’s event, I’m looking forward to it already. There are some great sessions lined up already, including
- Beginning iPhone Development
- Creating Java Applications with Google App Engine
- Intro to Cloud Computing
- Asynchronous Web Services
As the site says: Attendance is free, but space is limited so you need to Register.
As well as attending this year, I am also hoping to present a session on ‘An Introduction to Spring’. I will post more details when I have submitted my proposal…
I am at the Silicon Valley Code Camp at the moment.
I will try to post some notes on the various talks I attend below…
- Session 2: Easing into Agile
- Session 3: Building Better Tests in Java
- Session 4: What is Python?
- Session 1: Basics of Threading
- Session 2: Introduction to Grails