LJC Conference 2012 is a one day event with a wide range of talks and workshops, drawing from a wide range of experiences of the people in industry.

An opportunity to learn from other developers in industry with space for up to 30 sessions during the day, including lightening talks, open source project overviews, hacking sessions, workshops, Birds of a Feather (BoF) discussion groups and presentations.

The conference will start with a keynote talk on To be announced and then split off into different session tracks throughout the day, giving you an opportunity to experience a wide range of topics and ideas.

Directions (Google Map)
The entrance to the IBM offices is from UpperGround (Google Street View) opposite the junction of Cornwall street.  You will see a driveway going up to the first floor of the building, walk up the footpath on this driveway to arrive at the entrance to the IBM building. 

Official sponsors include:


What people said about our last two conferences (see photos)

"Fantastic day, learned a great deal and made some valuable connections with people in the industry, more of these please"
"Amazing forum. Met some of the best minds in the field. Inspired me to learn more and work harder.. "
"Brilliant time! Learnt a lot and met a lot of great people. Look forward to the next one :-)"
"An excellent opportunity to learn more about things I should know about, but didn't"

Get involved
You can come up with ideas and sessions on the morning of the conference (as with an un-conference).  Why dont you use the LJC mailing list to tell us what you want to talk about or what topic you want to see covered?


We encourage you to talk about a wide range of topics, not just specifics of the Java language, Spring, Hibernate, Open Source, OSGi, etc, but also about tools and practices - eg. software craftsmanship, BDD, TDD, Kanban, Agile and other practices that enhance our world. Due to the diversity of the Java ecosystem in terms of languages, we have many people from the Groovy, Scala and Clojure user groups will be sharing their experiences.


The open conference has a minimal payment to cover costs of food and venue and to ensure people turn up. No payment is made to speakers from this entry fee. If you are unable to pay via Paypal, please contact the organiser directly and we will try to seek alternative solution.

Thank you!

The LJC Community

Twitter Tag: #LJCConf

November 24, 2012 

08.30 am sign in & breakfast.
Price: £20 per person

IBM Southbank,
76/78 Upper Ground, Southbank,