Proposed Sessions

Although many of the sessions will be proposed on the day, we are adding sessions and suggestions people have in advance.  By doing so, it gives a better flavour of what may happen on the day and give you an opportunity to discuss sessions via the LJC mailing list.  If similar session ideas arise, then there is an opportunity to run joint sessions.  

In the spirit of an unconference, you can of course come up with talks, workshops, discussion sessions on the day.  Please write your talk on a post-it note (supplied by us) and add it to the conference schedule board on display in the main meeting area.  Please try to be as descriptive as possible about your talk, including what people will learn, if it is a talk or practical session.

Sessions (35 minute session + 5 changeover)
Suggested sessions (looking for someone to run them)
  • Humane build management for Clojure
  • Continuous deployment with Heroku & Clojure
  • Automated testing and multi-threading
  • Using MongoDB for the first time
  • Meet a Mentor (short talk outlining the program and the benefits)
  • Dealing with legacy code
  • Game engines - how to develop your own game
  • How to get involved with an open source project
  • Developer stories on mobile application development
  • Software licensing models - which one to choose
  • Working with Gradle

Lightning Talks (5-7 minute talks)
  • GroovyFX beats JavaFX, no contest (Russel Winder)
  • The Greatest Threat to our software industry today (Martijn Verburg)

Workshops (practical, hands on workshops, 60 minutes+)
Suggested workshops (looking for someone to run them)
  • Session name