Friday, 22 November 2013

First presentation at the Virtual JUG!

Yesterday I had the privilege of presenting the very first session for vJUG, a new virtual Java User Group that allows us to span geographies when sharing talks and stories.  I'm really interested in the vJUG idea, especially now I'm not in London - if we can find good ways to share knowledge without having to travel, that will help us reach people who don't normally go to conferences or don't have a local user group to go to.  Not to mention cutting travel costs and saving the environment.

See the event, and the record of the IRC chat, here:


The slides are also online, but obviously they're part of the video as well:

1 comment:

  1. Dear Sirs,
    the YouTube channel "must" be on the meetup conference, e-mail, and on the chat site.
    A smaller more interesting better picture.
    Of course it's in child-age. We can be Virtual fest i San Francisco :)


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