Apache NetBeans Day is fast approaching – here are 5 reasons to attend this fantastic annual event! The event will take place on Friday April 27th 2018 at the University of Greenwich, London. You can find the agenda on our blog here and reserve your space here.
1. Get up to date with the Apache NetBeans project
The NetBeans move from Oracle to Apache is well under way and the community is thriving. Learn about the importance of the move, what it means for the future of NetBeans and how you can get involved in this special community. The open source project is a great way to get involved in an active community, show off your skills and provide meaningful contributions to the cause.
2. Network with peers and professionals
Attendees will have opportunities to network throughout the day while enjoying the free food. Make the most of the day by interacting with students and highly experienced professionals in the industry. This provides everyone with the chance to meet like-minded individuals and maybe even help form a team for new and exciting projects. It is also an excellent opportunity to expand your professional network and gain a deeper insight into the industry from those who know it best. Come and meet new people!
3. Take part in workshops
The event will have multiple workshops for attendees to take part in and we’re sure we’ll have something that suits you! These workshops will be very interactive and provide interesting activities for attendees to take part in and will accommodate all skill levels. The best part is, you won’t have to go at it alone; there will be plenty of peers at your level taking part alongside you – be sure to share your ideas!
4. Win prizes
Every year we’ve been giving away prizes at these special events and this year is no exception. Come and take part and maybe you’ll win some prizes along the way!
And lastly, learn a lot! Given the diverse set of topics and speakers, there will be opportunities to learn for everyone – no matter your skill level. Come and take part, check out the agenda here.
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