Monthly Archives: March 2010


Alfresco Meetup: London

We’ve recently received word that the creators of the Alfresco Open Source content management system are holding a “Meetup” event at the Park Plaza, Victoria, London. The organisers provided the following description:

The Meetups cover a range of open source topics, and are designed to inform and educate the community on all the latest company news. Some Alfresco Customer speakers from last year included the CIO’s from Islington and the North London Waste Authority, and Alfresco is planning more customer speakers for the events this year.

For further details please see http://www.alfresco.com/about/events/2010/04/ukmeetup/


Dries to visit the London ‘Drupal Beer and Chat’ 1

Monday the 29th March Dries Buytaert, founder of Drupal, will be visiting the London ‘Drupal Beer and Chat’ from 7pm to 11pm.
He will give a short presentation, followed by a question and answer session and then a few drinks.
It is free to attend and open to anyone interested in the world of OSS, especially Drupal. To attend please register here:

London Drupal Pub Meet

London, GB
1,052 Members

A chance to meet up with other people in London who use Drupal. This will be a very informal event and all are welcome: developers, designers, hobbyists, business users, peopl…

Next Meetup

Last Drupal Beer & Chat for 2015

Monday, Nov 30, 2015, 7:00 PM
38 Attending

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UKUUG & O’Reilly: Perl Tutorials – London 13-15/04/10

Beginning Perl – 13th April 2010

Intermediate Perl – 14th April 2010

Advanced Perl Techniques  – 15th April 2010

Tutor:  Dave Cross

Venue: Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London WC1B 5BB

for full course details, delegate fees and on-line booking form

http://www.ukuug.org/events/perl2010/

This event is organised by:  UKUUG Ltd., UKUUG is the UK’s Open Systems User Group, for people who care about open IT standards and the systems that implement them. UKUUG promotes education and understanding through its newsletter, regular briefings and conferences. It is independent of any industry groupings and not-for-profit. It values intelligence, thoughtfulness and long-term thinking rather than immediacy and froth.

O’Reilly – www.oreilly.com – publishers of the iconic ‘animal books’ spreads the knowledge of innovators through its books & services. The company has a long term history of advocacy, meme-making & evangelism.