The London Java Community: LJC Virtual Roundtable: Speaking at events and conferences

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Speaking at events and conferences - From getting started to giving keynotes

We are big believers in supporting and nurturing new speakers within the LJC. Many industry speakers gave their first talks at LJC events, it’s a tradition we’re keen to encourage. So whether you’re thinking about doing your first lightning talk or have given a few talks at events and want to step it up to the conference circuit over the next few years, virtual or otherwise you will benefit from talking to others that have been there and done it.

This is an LJC event, it will be in a slightly different format from usual and will be a virtual roundtable event. You can expect a lively discussion with questions and specific challenges submitted from attendees, facilitated by Barry Cranford and answered by a selection of experienced speakers.

Who should attend?
- Those that have never spoken before, but want to hear what it’s all about
- Experienced or veteran speakers with battle scars and stories to tell
- Those that are on the journey but have ambitions to step up to the next level

You are welcome to sign up in any of the following capacities:
- A mentor/someone happy to share your story
- Someone with questions
- A spectator to enjoy the debate

This is an online event starting at 12.30pm BST. Attendees will be sent a link on or before the day of the event.

This event is organised by RecWorks on behalf of the London Java Community.

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The London Java Community (LJC) is a group of Java Enthusiasts who are interested in benefiting from shared knowledge in the industry. Through our forum and regular meetings you can keep in touch with the latest industry developments, learn new Java (& other JVM) technologies, meet other developers, discuss technical/non technical issues and network further throughout the Java Community.