QCon London is almost upon us, where Ian Robinson and I will be giving our REST in Practice tutorial on the 7th March, where we’ll cover RESTful systems from the ground up. Previous response to the tutorial has been really positive, and we’re looking forward to delivering another belter this time around. Later in the week I’ll be hosting the REST track at QCon, which has a fabulous line up, with plenty of brand spanking new material from each presenter. You heard it here first.
In May, Ian and I hit the road again. On Monday 9th May, we’ll be repeating our REST in Practice tutorial at the first GotoCON Copenhagen conference (a spinoff of the conference formerly known as JAOO). We’ll also be giving a brand new tutorial on Neo4j the following day, where we’ll mix up a little theory and plenty of programming tasks to give attendees a rich introduction to the fabulous Neo4j graph database.
Later that same week I’ll be giving a keynote on large RESTful systems at this year’s GeeCon in Krakow, Poland and also whipping up a code-centric Neo4j talk on the dev track. This’ll be my first trip to Poland and something I’m really looking forward to.
Hope to see you somewhere out there.