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Mumbai JUG session on JReleser

 

Hi All,

Mumbai JUG is organizing interesting session on "JReleaser - Releasing at the speed of light" by Andres Almiray @aalmiray on Sun Dec 5, 2021 at 6:00 PM ‐ 7:00 PM IST.

Details of the event:

Zoom link to Join:

Thanks and Regards, 
Nishant Raut
https://twitter.com/rautnishant


Java Day Istanbul 2022 Retreat Antalya

Altuğ B. Altıntaş
 


Dear friends, 

The Java Users Group Istanbul (@JUG_ISTANBUL) is pleased to announce that the call for papers for JavaDay Istanbul 2022 (https://javaday.istanbul/) is open and we are eager to receive your submissions. 
This special 8th-anniversary edition will be held at Antalya between MAY 19-22 ,2022. So, mark the date! 

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JavaDay İstanbul Retreat Antalya-  May 19-22, 2022 Antalya, Turkey



In Antalya we will organize the event in an open space, covid free environment in a vacation mode.   

If you are interested in joining us in May, don't wait till the last minute! As you know we are evaluating proposals as they are coming in and the most interesting ones might be accepted right away.

More information about the call for papers can be found here: 

Please let us know in case of any questions. 

Altuğ Bilgin Altıntaş | Technical Committee Manager

GSM: +90 533 633 37 77

Eclipse Foundation Member 

jugistanbul.org

 


Re: Your FREE ticket to TheDevConf is inside

Cesar A. Nogueira
 

Thanks a lot for sharing this Bruno!

Best regards,
Cesar Augusto Nogueira
Senior DevOps/Cloud/Java Consultant

+5519993828181| cesarnogueira1210@...

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Em seg., 29 de nov. de 2021 às 12:57, Bruno Souza <bruno@...> escreveu:


Hi JUG Leaders!

I just had a meeting with Yara Mascarenhas, head of TheDevConf, and secured a FREE ticket to the event for all of you!

The event starts TODAY with an amazing presentation by Agile leaders Mary Poppendieck and Tom Poppendieck (they are the couple that first coined the term lean software development in their book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit).

How to collect your FREE Premium ticket?

Use the code: BOOSTYOURCARRER

On the above page you can register for the English tracks of the event.
The code gives you FREE access to ONE premium track of your choice.

If you prefer to get a better deal, you can choose the Connect Pass International and the code will give you a US$30 discount, and you can watch ALL English tracks.

Feel free to share this code with other JUG Leaders in your group!
(this is limited to JUG Leaders only, so, please don't share widely).

If you would like to promote the event to your entire group, notice that the BASIC PASS (on the same page) is Free, and gives access to tonight's presentation and to a lot of content during the week. 

If you want to promote this free access to your group, you can use the text below my signature to help you out.

The event starts at 7pm Brazil time, that is 2pm California and 10pm London.

Looking forward to seeing you later today!
Cheers,
Bruno.
______________________________________________________________________
Bruno Peres Ferreira de Souza                         Brazil's JavaMan
http://www.javaman.com.br                      bruno at javaman.com.br
     if I fail, if I succeed, at least I live as I believe



Want to promote the free BASIC PASS event ticket to all your JUG Members? That way you are helping them have access to great content and a lot of networking and other opportunities.

You can use this message (twitter and email):


Twitter:

Today starts #TheDevConf with the amazing agile expertes 
Mary Poppendieck and Tom Poppendieck.

Register FREE for the Basic Pass to watch this live today!
(2pm US Pacific, 7pm Brazil, 10pm UK)



Email:

Hello All members!

Our friends from the SouJava User Group in Brazil are running the international Java track at The Developers Conference, and would like to invite everyone to watch the amazing content at the event.

The event starts TODAY (Monday, November 29) with a special presentation by Agile leaders Mary Poppendieck and Tom Poppendieck (they are the couple that first coined the term lean software development in their book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit).

You can register FREE on the BASIC PASS that gives you access to this and other talks during the week. 

Register here, and choose "BASIC PASS"

TheDevConf Future starts today (Monday) and goes through Thursday.

See you there!
 




Your FREE ticket to TheDevConf is inside

Bruno Souza
 


Hi JUG Leaders!

I just had a meeting with Yara Mascarenhas, head of TheDevConf, and secured a FREE ticket to the event for all of you!

The event starts TODAY with an amazing presentation by Agile leaders Mary Poppendieck and Tom Poppendieck (they are the couple that first coined the term lean software development in their book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit).

How to collect your FREE Premium ticket?

Use the code: BOOSTYOURCARRER

On the above page you can register for the English tracks of the event.
The code gives you FREE access to ONE premium track of your choice.

If you prefer to get a better deal, you can choose the Connect Pass International and the code will give you a US$30 discount, and you can watch ALL English tracks.

Feel free to share this code with other JUG Leaders in your group!
(this is limited to JUG Leaders only, so, please don't share widely).

If you would like to promote the event to your entire group, notice that the BASIC PASS (on the same page) is Free, and gives access to tonight's presentation and to a lot of content during the week. 

If you want to promote this free access to your group, you can use the text below my signature to help you out.

The event starts at 7pm Brazil time, that is 2pm California and 10pm London.

Looking forward to seeing you later today!
Cheers,
Bruno.
______________________________________________________________________
Bruno Peres Ferreira de Souza                         Brazil's JavaMan
http://www.javaman.com.br                      bruno at javaman.com.br
     if I fail, if I succeed, at least I live as I believe



Want to promote the free BASIC PASS event ticket to all your JUG Members? That way you are helping them have access to great content and a lot of networking and other opportunities.

You can use this message (twitter and email):


Twitter:

Today starts #TheDevConf with the amazing agile expertes 
Mary Poppendieck and Tom Poppendieck.

Register FREE for the Basic Pass to watch this live today!
(2pm US Pacific, 7pm Brazil, 10pm UK)



Email:

Hello All members!

Our friends from the SouJava User Group in Brazil are running the international Java track at The Developers Conference, and would like to invite everyone to watch the amazing content at the event.

The event starts TODAY (Monday, November 29) with a special presentation by Agile leaders Mary Poppendieck and Tom Poppendieck (they are the couple that first coined the term lean software development in their book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit).

You can register FREE on the BASIC PASS that gives you access to this and other talks during the week. 

Register here, and choose "BASIC PASS"

TheDevConf Future starts today (Monday) and goes through Thursday.

See you there!
 




Re: Utrecht JUG | Teo Bais | MBA

Thodoris Bais
 

Thank you again for all your support so far, Amelia, it means a lot.

Teo

Op do 18 nov. 2021 om 20:37 schreef Amelia Eiras <aeiras@...>:

Thank you, beautiful Sharat, for sharing and showing how much you care! 

Teo's actions and attitude rock.   Every little $$ bit of financial support helps. 
Think of it, if you choose to invest in Teo's education as if you were out on a legendary Happy Hour with Teo and buying those drinks for that afternoon or night :) 

A.




Re: Houston JUG virtual meeting tonight at 7 PM Central - Coding Yourself Out of a Job (and Into a Better One!)

Jim Bethancourt
 

Hi Anthony,
Indeed there is :-)  It's available at https://youtu.be/TIfK1gMftbE  Unfortunately I think there's a bug in Teams that causes the slide deck to appear as black when the presenter uses standout mode and powerpoint, which is what happened here.  I'll submit a bug report to Microsoft soon.  However, you can still read the text and Robyn's presentation is great.

Enjoy!
Jim

On Thu, Nov 18, 2021 at 8:16 AM Anthony Dahanne <anthony.dahanne@...> wrote:
ouch, just missed it!
is a replay available?
Thanks,
Anthony

Le mer. 17 nov. 2021, à 14 h 01, Jim Bethancourt <jimbethancourt@...> a écrit :
Hello fellow JUG leaders!
Apologies for the last minute notification - we have a virtual meeting tonight that you and your members are welcome to attend.  Please feel free to pass along to your members.

Abstract:
Have you cut corners and found yourself stuck in your own job?  Join us as Robyn Fuentes helps us learn how to avoid this very situation so you can find your next great opportunity!

RSVP!
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/204828456427/ to save your spot!

Thanks,
Jim
Houston JUG leader


Re: Utrecht JUG | Teo Bais | MBA

Amelia Eiras
 

Thank you, beautiful Sharat, for sharing and showing how much you care! 

Teo's actions and attitude rock.   Every little $$ bit of financial support helps. 
Think of it, if you choose to invest in Teo's education as if you were out on a legendary Happy Hour with Teo and buying those drinks for that afternoon or night :) 

A.


Re: Utrecht JUG | Teo Bais | MBA

Thodoris Bais
 

Thank you so much, Sharat, and everyone else for your sincere support so far.

I truly appreciate this 🙏🏾

Teo

Op wo 17 nov. 2021 20:24 schreef Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...>:

JUG Leaders,

Pretty exciting to see Teo Bais (Utrecht JUG founder/leader) pursuing
his MBA! Way to go Teo!

If y'all want details on how you can help him in this pursuit, please
consider looking at the following (perhaps help amplify):

https://twitter.com/teobais_/status/1461046465061691397?s=20

Good luck, Teo!

Best,
-Sharat







Re: Houston JUG virtual meeting tonight at 7 PM Central - Coding Yourself Out of a Job (and Into a Better One!)

Anthony Dahanne
 

ouch, just missed it!
is a replay available?
Thanks,
Anthony

Le mer. 17 nov. 2021, à 14 h 01, Jim Bethancourt <jimbethancourt@...> a écrit :
Hello fellow JUG leaders!
Apologies for the last minute notification - we have a virtual meeting tonight that you and your members are welcome to attend.  Please feel free to pass along to your members.

Abstract:
Have you cut corners and found yourself stuck in your own job?  Join us as Robyn Fuentes helps us learn how to avoid this very situation so you can find your next great opportunity!

RSVP!
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/204828456427/ to save your spot!

Thanks,
Jim
Houston JUG leader


Utrecht JUG | Teo Bais | MBA

Sharat Chander
 

JUG Leaders,

Pretty exciting to see Teo Bais (Utrecht JUG founder/leader) pursuing his MBA! Way to go Teo!

If y'all want details on how you can help him in this pursuit, please consider looking at the following (perhaps help amplify):

https://twitter.com/teobais_/status/1461046465061691397?s=20

Good luck, Teo!

Best,
-Sharat


Houston JUG virtual meeting tonight at 7 PM Central - Coding Yourself Out of a Job (and Into a Better One!)

Jim Bethancourt
 

Hello fellow JUG leaders!
Apologies for the last minute notification - we have a virtual meeting tonight that you and your members are welcome to attend.  Please feel free to pass along to your members.

Abstract:
Have you cut corners and found yourself stuck in your own job?  Join us as Robyn Fuentes helps us learn how to avoid this very situation so you can find your next great opportunity!

RSVP!
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/204828456427/ to save your spot!

Thanks,
Jim
Houston JUG leader


Re: JakartaOne conference - a free virtual event about Java EE / Jakarta EE and related technologies

Vladimir Dejanovic
 

done


On Mon, 8 Nov 2021, 14:51 Mitia Alexandrov, <mitiaalexandrov@...> wrote:
See you there!

чт, 4 нояб. 2021 г. в 23:14, Ondrej Mihályi <ondrej.mihalyi@...>:
Dear fellow JUG leaders,

JakartaOne conference is a 1-day free virtual event organized by the Eclipse Foundation. It's the main conference of the year for all Java developers interested in Jakarta EE and related enterprise Java technologies like MicroProfile. If's going to happen on December 7th.

Can you spread the word about it in your JUGs?

Conference site: https://jakartaone.org/2021/
Official Twitter announcement: https://twitter.com/JakartaEE/status/1455914492274032640

Thanks,
Ondro
Leader of CZJUG


Re: JakartaOne conference - a free virtual event about Java EE / Jakarta EE and related technologies

Mitia Alexandrov
 

See you there!

чт, 4 нояб. 2021 г. в 23:14, Ondrej Mihályi <ondrej.mihalyi@...>:

Dear fellow JUG leaders,

JakartaOne conference is a 1-day free virtual event organized by the Eclipse Foundation. It's the main conference of the year for all Java developers interested in Jakarta EE and related enterprise Java technologies like MicroProfile. If's going to happen on December 7th.

Can you spread the word about it in your JUGs?

Conference site: https://jakartaone.org/2021/
Official Twitter announcement: https://twitter.com/JakartaEE/status/1455914492274032640

Thanks,
Ondro
Leader of CZJUG


Microsoft joins the JCP

Bruno Borges
 


JakartaOne conference - a free virtual event about Java EE / Jakarta EE and related technologies

Ondrej Mihályi
 

Dear fellow JUG leaders,

JakartaOne conference is a 1-day free virtual event organized by the Eclipse Foundation. It's the main conference of the year for all Java developers interested in Jakarta EE and related enterprise Java technologies like MicroProfile. If's going to happen on December 7th.

Can you spread the word about it in your JUGs?

Conference site: https://jakartaone.org/2021/
Official Twitter announcement: https://twitter.com/JakartaEE/status/1455914492274032640

Thanks,
Ondro
Leader of CZJUG


jConf.dev now a FREE Virtual event

Vincent Mayers
 

Friends. Firstly forgive me if you get this twice because you are on both mail lists. 

We took the difficult decision to go virtual with https://2021.jconf.dev/ in December due to covid. This means, however, that we are running it as a free virtual event on December 9. Please share this with your communities, as this is once again a unique opportunity to learn from Java luminaries and community experts.

Cheers
Vincent 

@vincentmayers


Re: Need to get in touch with the Oracle Online Learning YouTube channel manager -- Java 8 MOOC videos disappeared

kanedafromparis@...
 

This is great,thank you for doing this.


On Fri, Oct 22, 2021, 18:01 Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:
Jim,

Quick update...I'm in-contact w/Simon Ritter who created the original videos. Should he be able to share all the video files after they verified, I'll find a home on the Java YouTube page to host them.

I appreciate your patience.

Best,
-Sharat

On 10/18/21 5:17 PM, Jim Bethancourt wrote:
Awesome - thank you so much!

On Mon, Oct 18, 2021, 7:13 PM Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:
Hi Jim (et al).

I've placed an inquiry with Oracle University to understand the situation and what resolution is possible.

Thx for your patience as this is investigated.

Best,
-Sharat

On 10/18/21 4:40 PM, Jim Bethancourt wrote:
Sharat,
Could you help out?  It sounds like these videos continue to be helpful and have worn well with age.

Thanks,
Jim

On Sat, Oct 16, 2021 at 1:20 AM Csaba Toth <csaba.toth.us@...> wrote:
Good point from Bruno. Basically what happened with YouTube is that everything which was simply unlisted became private. The only exception was if someone opted out from that explicitly (which I did because I knew I had many unlisted (semi private) videos). I guess that's what could have happened, those videos just need to be set back from private to unlisted by the account owner.

On Thu, Oct 14, 2021 at 1:56 PM Bruno Souza <bruno@...> wrote:
I have just gone through that issue in my own YouTube Channel.

Starting July, YouTube made A LOT of videos uploaded before January 2017 private, because of changes in security settings.

Someone responsible for the channel needs to go there and mark those videos as public or unlisted again...

Nothing we can do from the outside, but maybe a good warning for everyone to check videos from your JUGs or your personal channels.

The issue affects most Unlisted videos and also Playlists from before 2017, but me and others have had some public videos from that time made private.

The best way to do that I found was to go the YouTube Studio, list all videos, select those that are now wrongly private, and edit them all at once.

I had more than 100 videos affected...

Cheers,
Bruno.
______________________________________________________________________
Bruno Peres Ferreira de Souza                         Brazil's JavaMan
http://www.javaman.com.br                      bruno at javaman.com.br
     if I fail, if I succeed, at least I live as I believe



On Wed, Oct 13, 2021 at 9:43 PM Jim Bethancourt <jimbethancourt@...> wrote:
Hi all,
I need a bit of help.  I put together a playlist that captured the order of the Java 8 Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) that was created by Simon Ritter in 2015.  Someone was kind enough to reach out to me to let me know that the videos had been made private and was wondering if it would be possible for them to be made public again.  If anyone is able to help get those videos made public again or help me get in touch with the manager of the Oracle Online Learning YouTube channel manager, I believe a lot of developers would really appreciate it.


Thanks,
Jim



Re: Need to get in touch with the Oracle Online Learning YouTube channel manager -- Java 8 MOOC videos disappeared

Jim Bethancourt
 

Fantastic!  Thanks for the great news!


On Fri, Oct 22, 2021, 9:00 AM Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:
Jim,

Quick update...I'm in-contact w/Simon Ritter who created the original videos. Should he be able to share all the video files after they verified, I'll find a home on the Java YouTube page to host them.

I appreciate your patience.

Best,
-Sharat

On 10/18/21 5:17 PM, Jim Bethancourt wrote:
Awesome - thank you so much!

On Mon, Oct 18, 2021, 7:13 PM Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:
Hi Jim (et al).

I've placed an inquiry with Oracle University to understand the situation and what resolution is possible.

Thx for your patience as this is investigated.

Best,
-Sharat

On 10/18/21 4:40 PM, Jim Bethancourt wrote:
Sharat,
Could you help out?  It sounds like these videos continue to be helpful and have worn well with age.

Thanks,
Jim

On Sat, Oct 16, 2021 at 1:20 AM Csaba Toth <csaba.toth.us@...> wrote:
Good point from Bruno. Basically what happened with YouTube is that everything which was simply unlisted became private. The only exception was if someone opted out from that explicitly (which I did because I knew I had many unlisted (semi private) videos). I guess that's what could have happened, those videos just need to be set back from private to unlisted by the account owner.

On Thu, Oct 14, 2021 at 1:56 PM Bruno Souza <bruno@...> wrote:
I have just gone through that issue in my own YouTube Channel.

Starting July, YouTube made A LOT of videos uploaded before January 2017 private, because of changes in security settings.

Someone responsible for the channel needs to go there and mark those videos as public or unlisted again...

Nothing we can do from the outside, but maybe a good warning for everyone to check videos from your JUGs or your personal channels.

The issue affects most Unlisted videos and also Playlists from before 2017, but me and others have had some public videos from that time made private.

The best way to do that I found was to go the YouTube Studio, list all videos, select those that are now wrongly private, and edit them all at once.

I had more than 100 videos affected...

Cheers,
Bruno.
______________________________________________________________________
Bruno Peres Ferreira de Souza                         Brazil's JavaMan
http://www.javaman.com.br                      bruno at javaman.com.br
     if I fail, if I succeed, at least I live as I believe



On Wed, Oct 13, 2021 at 9:43 PM Jim Bethancourt <jimbethancourt@...> wrote:
Hi all,
I need a bit of help.  I put together a playlist that captured the order of the Java 8 Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) that was created by Simon Ritter in 2015.  Someone was kind enough to reach out to me to let me know that the videos had been made private and was wondering if it would be possible for them to be made public again.  If anyone is able to help get those videos made public again or help me get in touch with the manager of the Oracle Online Learning YouTube channel manager, I believe a lot of developers would really appreciate it.


Thanks,
Jim



Re: Need to get in touch with the Oracle Online Learning YouTube channel manager -- Java 8 MOOC videos disappeared

Sharat Chander
 

Jim,

Quick update...I'm in-contact w/Simon Ritter who created the original videos. Should he be able to share all the video files after they verified, I'll find a home on the Java YouTube page to host them.

I appreciate your patience.

Best,
-Sharat

On 10/18/21 5:17 PM, Jim Bethancourt wrote:
Awesome - thank you so much!

On Mon, Oct 18, 2021, 7:13 PM Sharat Chander <sharat.chander@...> wrote:
Hi Jim (et al).

I've placed an inquiry with Oracle University to understand the situation and what resolution is possible.

Thx for your patience as this is investigated.

Best,
-Sharat

On 10/18/21 4:40 PM, Jim Bethancourt wrote:
Sharat,
Could you help out?  It sounds like these videos continue to be helpful and have worn well with age.

Thanks,
Jim

On Sat, Oct 16, 2021 at 1:20 AM Csaba Toth <csaba.toth.us@...> wrote:
Good point from Bruno. Basically what happened with YouTube is that everything which was simply unlisted became private. The only exception was if someone opted out from that explicitly (which I did because I knew I had many unlisted (semi private) videos). I guess that's what could have happened, those videos just need to be set back from private to unlisted by the account owner.

On Thu, Oct 14, 2021 at 1:56 PM Bruno Souza <bruno@...> wrote:
I have just gone through that issue in my own YouTube Channel.

Starting July, YouTube made A LOT of videos uploaded before January 2017 private, because of changes in security settings.

Someone responsible for the channel needs to go there and mark those videos as public or unlisted again...

Nothing we can do from the outside, but maybe a good warning for everyone to check videos from your JUGs or your personal channels.

The issue affects most Unlisted videos and also Playlists from before 2017, but me and others have had some public videos from that time made private.

The best way to do that I found was to go the YouTube Studio, list all videos, select those that are now wrongly private, and edit them all at once.

I had more than 100 videos affected...

Cheers,
Bruno.
______________________________________________________________________
Bruno Peres Ferreira de Souza                         Brazil's JavaMan
http://www.javaman.com.br                      bruno at javaman.com.br
     if I fail, if I succeed, at least I live as I believe



On Wed, Oct 13, 2021 at 9:43 PM Jim Bethancourt <jimbethancourt@...> wrote:
Hi all,
I need a bit of help.  I put together a playlist that captured the order of the Java 8 Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) that was created by Simon Ritter in 2015.  Someone was kind enough to reach out to me to let me know that the videos had been made private and was wondering if it would be possible for them to be made public again.  If anyone is able to help get those videos made public again or help me get in touch with the manager of the Oracle Online Learning YouTube channel manager, I believe a lot of developers would really appreciate it.


Thanks,
Jim



Houston JUG mtg Oct. 27th - This Ain't Your Parent's Java presented by Venkat Subramaniam

Jim Bethancourt
 

Hello fellow JUG leaders!
Dr. Venkat Subramaniam will present on the major new features added to Java 17 since Java 11 and will cover what's coming up next for Java in this virtual meeting.  Please forward to your members - there is plenty of space available!

RSVP at 

Hope to see you and your members there!
Jim

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