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From Geertjan Wielenga <>
Subject Re: Calling for Speakers at Netbeans Day London 2019
Date Fri, 08 Mar 2019 12:28:37 GMT
Excellent, yes, I'd love to be a part of this.

I'd recommend though starting the day at 10:00 instead of 9:00. I.e.,
people need to travel, potentially from various parts of the country (we
saw that in previous implementations of this too).

In addition, I'd love to also do a session on enterprise JavaScript
development with Apache NetBeans.

Once the EventBrite is up, can we use that to approach others outside this
mailing list who might be interested in speaking -- I can think of several.


On Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 1:17 PM Luff,Chris <>

> All,
> As you may have heard, we are planning the 5th annual Netbeans Day in
> London Friday September 27th 2019. The location is the London head quarters
> of Cerner in Paddington.
> I am looking at a schedule similar to that of past years;
>    - 9:00 Registration
>    - 9:30 Apache Netbeans Status Report
>    - 10:00 [TBA]
>    - 10:45 [TBA]
>    - 11:30 [TBA]
>    - 12:15 Writing and executing Scala with the Netbeans Scala plugin
>    (Chris Luff)
>    - 13:00 Lunch
>    - 14:00 Workshops 1
>       - [TBA]
>       - [TBA]
>    - 15:15 Workshops 2
>       - [TBA]
>       - [TBA]
>    - 16:30 Wrap up & Pub!
> I am looking for speakers to fill the slots marked as TBA. We have the
> capability to run parallel tracks in the afternoon if there are enough
> speakers. Sessions are 45 minutes in length but If you have a something
> that may need more time, we can work with the schedule to accommodate it
> somehow. The rules for acceptable topics are pretty simple, we can cover
> any topic or technology, but it must be applicable to Netbeans as an IDE or
> Platform.
> To get the ball rolling I have penciled myself in to talk through
> installing and working with Scala in Netbeans. @Geertjan, could you be
> persuaded to take the status report, as you have in the past?
> Nothing is written in stone yet so suggestions are more than welcome!
> I am creating an EventBrite registration site to manage attendees. If
> however, you are a confirmed speaker you will not need to register.
> Thanks
> Chris
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