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JSpirit - Java Unconference — Spirits, Ski & Java

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JSpirit - Java Unconference — Spirits, Ski & Java

Time: January 12, 2018 to January 16, 2018
Location: Lantenhammer Erlebnisdestillerie
Street: Josef-Lantenhammer-Platz 1
City/Town: 83734 Hausham / Germany
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Event Type: unconference
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Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2017

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Spirits, Ski & Java

from Jan 12th to 16th, 2018

jSpirit is a new Java unconference in the Bavarian alps. Starting in Winter 2018, we’re down for Spirits, Ski & JAVA. How does that sound do you?


jSpirit is the first Java (un)conference ever being held in a distillery (at least to our knowledge). And it’s not just any distillery – it’s Europe’s most modern distillery: Lantenhammer Erlebnisdestillerie Hausham!

By the way: we are renting the entire distillery: lunch will be served in the main storage depot between all the whisky, gin, rum and schnapps barrels. And we can hold sessions everywhere, even right by the stills!

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