We had a packed June meeting, with a presentation by Richard Dallaway on Java 8 Lambdas. There is a screen/audio recording of the session on the Underscore Consulting blog, with the source code used available for download.
The next session features talks on Vagrant and technical interviews. Signup details are on the meetup site.
Thank you to everyone involved in the session – the Skiff for providing the venue and to Brandwatch for
A week or so back, Brandwatch came to Brighton Java to present an event on Detecting Events on the Realtime Web. James Stanier gave a brief introduction to the scale of the problems Brandwatch works with, sifting realtime data on the web against tens of thousands of client queries. If you’d like to see what was discussed, the slides are available for download: Brighton Java talk.
And there was pizza! Thank you to James, Brandwatch, to the Skiff for providing our venue and to everyone who came. Hope to see you at the next event, which covers functional programming in Java 8.
An evening of short talks from the staff of Crunch:
• James Burt: “Solving poetry with Java”
• Laurence Barry: “Agile: Mad, Bad, and Dangerous”
• Andrew Walters: “Hazelcast: Distributed Computing, Simplified”
Brighton Java returns with an evening of talks about problems with agile, the open source Hazelcast platform, and building robots to enter poetry slams.
Doors open at 7pm and the talks will start around 7:45. Beer and pizza will be provided by Crunch Accounting – please RSVP so we now how much to order in. The group welcomes new members. We look forward to seeing you!
Our next Brighton Java session will be a hands-on Android session. Full details are on the meetup page.
The software requirements for the session are:
- Android SDK (levels 14 – 18). Preferably so it looks like this:
The next Brighton Java session is on August 7th at the Skiff from 7pm onwards, and will be an introduction to the Scala programming language:
Dave Gurnell and Richard Dallaway from Underscore present a brief introduction to Scala – a powerful programming language for the JVM. In the talk, the speakers introduce Scala from a Java programmer’s perspective, and show how its support for object-oriented and functional programming styles can provide a smooth transition to greater productivity and code reliability.
As usual, we’ll be open from 7 for drinks and chat, with the talks starting a little after 7:30pm. Beer and snacks have been kindly provided by CodingCraft. We’re open to people of all abilities and especially welcome any first-timers.
If you’re coming along, please sign-up at the meetup page so that we know how much beer to buy!