The H Community Calendar – April 2011
Selected events coming up in the UK and elsewhere in April
The H Community Calendar presents the coming month's events in various open source, development, Linux, Unix and other communities, from multi-day conferences to user group get-togethers.
If you are an event organizer, let The H know about your event by sending us a mail at email@example.com, or if you Twitter add the #thehcc tag to your tweeted announcement.
Note: Unless stated, events listed take place in the evening.
April 2nd - Linux - Southampton
April 2nd - Ubuntu and Debian Linux - Manchester
What: Ucubed - The Ubuntu & Upstream Unconference is a day of workshops and talks that will focus on Ubuntu and Debian based Linux distributions with the aim of encouraging more users to become involved in the community. Read about last year's Ucubed.
April 7th - PHP - London SE1
April 11 - Ruby - London EC1V
Who: London Ruby User Group
What: What: Regular monthly meetup, this month with talks by Ben Scofield from Heroku on building cloud castles and Elise Huard on the state of Ruby concurrency.
Cost: Free / pre-register
April 11-13 - Java - London
April 12th - Ajax - London EC1V
April 13th - Linux - Reading
Who: Silicon Corridor Linux User Group
What: A regular social evening for Linux users in the Reading area.
Cost: Free (no registration necessary)
April 13th - Scala - London EC1V
April 18th - Groovy & Grails - London EC1V
Who: London Groovy & Grails User Group
What: Regular user group meeting with two talks on 'natural language testing' and 'using the Infinispan data grid with Grails applications'.
Cost: Free / Pre-register
April 19th - Processing - London SE15
Who: Processing User Group
What: Processing User Meetup - regular monthly meeting for anyone with an interest in Processing to exchange tips and ideas.
April 19th-21st - Security - Earls Court, London
April 21st - Hardware - London EC1V
If you are an event organizer, let The H know about your event by sending us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org , or if you Twitter add the #thehcc tag to your tweeted announcement.