[ANN] GR8Conf Europe 2011

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[ANN] GR8Conf Europe 2011

Guillaume Laforge
Hi all,

It is this time of the year: GR8Conf Europe 2011 is ready to rock the Groovy world!

Register now to save €300 with the Early Bird rate!

Three days packed with Groovy, Grails, Griffon, Gradle, Spock, GPars, Gaelyk, AST transformations, GContracts, Grails Plugins development, and lots of other gr8 stuff.

This year, the conference is growing. We kick of the conference with a university day, with two tracks, one intermediate and one advanced, with workshops and hands-on training:
  • The intermediate will kickstart your Groovy and Grails development skills with a Groovy workshop, followed by a Grails workshop.
  • The advanced track will feature an AST transformations workshop, followed by a Grails plugin development workshop.
Note: The university day is optional, if you only want to attende the two main conference days.

The conference agenda will feature updates from Groovy, Grails, Griffon, Gradle, Spock and others, by the founders and developers of these tools and frameworks.

You will learn all about those groovy-powered project of the ecosystem from the horse’s mouth. If you want to meet and chat with guys like Guillaume Laforge, Jochen “blackdrag” Theodorou, Paul King, Dierk König and Hamlet D’Arcy (Groovy), like Andres Almiray (Griffon), like Peter Ledbrook and Burt Beckwith (Grails), like Peter Niederwieser (Gradle and Spock), or Václav Pech (GPars), and many more, this is the best opportunity for you to interact with the gang!

There will be case studies from various companies, telling about real life projects, and there will be lots of sessions covering various topics in the Groovy ecosystem. To cram this in to two days, the conference is going to be two-tracked, compared to the previous editions.

To top it off, we feature Hackergarten — an open event, where you can come and hack your favorite Open Source project. You can attend even if you are not a conference attendee!

The conference takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on May 17th-19th.

You can benefit from the interesting Early Bird rate until April 14th and save €300! That’s a bargain you shouldn’t miss!

Register at http://gr8conf.eu now!

We’re looking forward to meeting you there!

--
Søren Berg Glasius & Guillaume Laforge
Organizers of the GR8Conf conference on the greatest groovy-based technologies

Follow GR8Conf on twitter: @gr8conf

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Re: [ANN] GR8Conf Europe 2011

Guillaume Laforge
As a couple of students asked the question recently, let me forward this information more widely here too:

There's a discount code for students who want to attend GR8Conf :

And remember there are still 9 days before the end of the early bird!

:-)

Guillaume


On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 13:32, Guillaume Laforge <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

It is this time of the year: GR8Conf Europe 2011 is ready to rock the Groovy world!

Register now to save €300 with the Early Bird rate!

Three days packed with Groovy, Grails, Griffon, Gradle, Spock, GPars, Gaelyk, AST transformations, GContracts, Grails Plugins development, and lots of other gr8 stuff.

This year, the conference is growing. We kick of the conference with a university day, with two tracks, one intermediate and one advanced, with workshops and hands-on training:
  • The intermediate will kickstart your Groovy and Grails development skills with a Groovy workshop, followed by a Grails workshop.
  • The advanced track will feature an AST transformations workshop, followed by a Grails plugin development workshop.
Note: The university day is optional, if you only want to attende the two main conference days.

The conference agenda will feature updates from Groovy, Grails, Griffon, Gradle, Spock and others, by the founders and developers of these tools and frameworks.

You will learn all about those groovy-powered project of the ecosystem from the horse’s mouth. If you want to meet and chat with guys like Guillaume Laforge, Jochen “blackdrag” Theodorou, Paul King, Dierk König and Hamlet D’Arcy (Groovy), like Andres Almiray (Griffon), like Peter Ledbrook and Burt Beckwith (Grails), like Peter Niederwieser (Gradle and Spock), or Václav Pech (GPars), and many more, this is the best opportunity for you to interact with the gang!

There will be case studies from various companies, telling about real life projects, and there will be lots of sessions covering various topics in the Groovy ecosystem. To cram this in to two days, the conference is going to be two-tracked, compared to the previous editions.

To top it off, we feature Hackergarten — an open event, where you can come and hack your favorite Open Source project. You can attend even if you are not a conference attendee!

The conference takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on May 17th-19th.

You can benefit from the interesting Early Bird rate until April 14th and save €300! That’s a bargain you shouldn’t miss!

Register at http://gr8conf.eu now!

We’re looking forward to meeting you there!

--
Søren Berg Glasius & Guillaume Laforge
Organizers of the GR8Conf conference on the greatest groovy-based technologies

Follow GR8Conf on twitter: @gr8conf




--
Guillaume Laforge
Groovy Project Manager
Head of Groovy Development at SpringSource
http://www.springsource.com/g2one
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Re: [ANN] GR8Conf Europe 2011

Guillaume Laforge
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Hi all,

A little reminder that the Early Bird ends in two days, if you wish to save some precious euros :-)

I hope to see you in Copenhagen soon!

Guillaume

On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 13:32, Guillaume Laforge <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

It is this time of the year: GR8Conf Europe 2011 is ready to rock the Groovy world!

Register now to save €300 with the Early Bird rate!

Three days packed with Groovy, Grails, Griffon, Gradle, Spock, GPars, Gaelyk, AST transformations, GContracts, Grails Plugins development, and lots of other gr8 stuff.

This year, the conference is growing. We kick of the conference with a university day, with two tracks, one intermediate and one advanced, with workshops and hands-on training:
  • The intermediate will kickstart your Groovy and Grails development skills with a Groovy workshop, followed by a Grails workshop.
  • The advanced track will feature an AST transformations workshop, followed by a Grails plugin development workshop.
Note: The university day is optional, if you only want to attende the two main conference days.

The conference agenda will feature updates from Groovy, Grails, Griffon, Gradle, Spock and others, by the founders and developers of these tools and frameworks.

You will learn all about those groovy-powered project of the ecosystem from the horse’s mouth. If you want to meet and chat with guys like Guillaume Laforge, Jochen “blackdrag” Theodorou, Paul King, Dierk König and Hamlet D’Arcy (Groovy), like Andres Almiray (Griffon), like Peter Ledbrook and Burt Beckwith (Grails), like Peter Niederwieser (Gradle and Spock), or Václav Pech (GPars), and many more, this is the best opportunity for you to interact with the gang!

There will be case studies from various companies, telling about real life projects, and there will be lots of sessions covering various topics in the Groovy ecosystem. To cram this in to two days, the conference is going to be two-tracked, compared to the previous editions.

To top it off, we feature Hackergarten — an open event, where you can come and hack your favorite Open Source project. You can attend even if you are not a conference attendee!

The conference takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on May 17th-19th.

You can benefit from the interesting Early Bird rate until April 14th and save €300! That’s a bargain you shouldn’t miss!

Register at http://gr8conf.eu now!

We’re looking forward to meeting you there!

--
Søren Berg Glasius & Guillaume Laforge
Organizers of the GR8Conf conference on the greatest groovy-based technologies

Follow GR8Conf on twitter: @gr8conf




--
Guillaume Laforge
Groovy Project Manager
Head of Groovy Development at SpringSource
http://www.springsource.com/g2one