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Welcome to a practical coding workshop for anyone passionate about Java! Introduced by Mike Burton, whose name will be familiar to all those who have attended the recent Introduction to Java workshops, this is a valuable opportunity for anyone who attended the previous workshops to practice their coding. However, it is also a true community event where people of all abilities can learn together and work through practical coding together.
Come along this evening whether you are an experienced Java developer who is keen to share your expertise and support people who are just starting or whether you are just starting with Java and are keen to learn more. You’ll need to bring your own laptop and your own coding projects or examples to work on.
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Mike Burton has 25 years of IT experience providing training, software development and consultancy. He has spent the last six years developing bespoke applications in Java and prior to that C++ and Delphi.