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Re: Java Advent 2020

Antonio Goncalves
 

Hi all,

I've added my name to the list.... does it mean "my article is automatically accepted and I can start writing it" ;o)  ?  What is the workflow now ? Any review ? Any date to submit it?

Thanks
Antonio

Le jeu. 19 nov. 2020 à 14:36, olimpiu pop <olimpiu.pop@...> a écrit :
Hi Javin,

Welcome aboard. Yes, there are still spaces available.

Regards, 

Olimpiu 

On Thu, Nov 19, 2020, 14:15 Javin Paul <savingfunda@...> wrote:
I am also thinking to contribute this year, any space left?

On Thu, Nov 19, 2020 at 7:50 PM Mani Sarkar <sadhak001@...> wrote:
Hi,


Looking forward to your contributions for 2020.

Thanks.

Regards,
Mani

On Thu, 19 Nov 2020 at 09:58, olimpiu pop <olimpiu.pop@...> wrote:
Hi Nacho,

Thank you for writing back and for the kind words. We are striving for new content that could further be reposted on personal blogs. In slower years, we had also reposts. But we are aiming for new content now.

We will very happy to have your contribution, please let me know if further information is required.

Regards,

Olimpiu


On Thu, Nov 19, 2020 at 11:49 AM Nacho Cougil <nacho@...> wrote:
Hi Olimpiu,

Great innitiative, didn't knew about it! ;-) Related with the article, it has to be a brand new article or we can propose to share some content that we already have (for example something that we already published in our blog)

Best regards,

El jue., 19 nov. 2020 a las 2:10, olimpiu pop (<olimpiu.pop@...>) escribió:
Hello JUG leaders,

As some of you may know, for the last couple of years the Java Advent Calendar is providing a series of articles during the Advent period (first 24 days before Christmas). As this year was a challenge in itself we are falling behind with gathering the needed content. In order not to break this decade old tradition, already. Could you please help us? You can do that in the following ways:
  • Join the effort by picking a slot here
  • Push this email to your communities and to others that might be interested in contributing
  • Follow us on twitter and RT this tweet
  • Any idea you might have, we are looking forward to hear from you
Thank you for your time and help! Stay safe!

Regards,

Java Advent Team 🎅🎄

--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc



--
Barcelona Java Users Group Founder

Join us on Slack



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Re: Java Advent 2020

olimpiu pop
 

Hi Javin,

Welcome aboard. Yes, there are still spaces available.

Regards, 

Olimpiu 

On Thu, Nov 19, 2020, 14:15 Javin Paul <savingfunda@...> wrote:
I am also thinking to contribute this year, any space left?

On Thu, Nov 19, 2020 at 7:50 PM Mani Sarkar <sadhak001@...> wrote:
Hi,


Looking forward to your contributions for 2020.

Thanks.

Regards,
Mani

On Thu, 19 Nov 2020 at 09:58, olimpiu pop <olimpiu.pop@...> wrote:
Hi Nacho,

Thank you for writing back and for the kind words. We are striving for new content that could further be reposted on personal blogs. In slower years, we had also reposts. But we are aiming for new content now.

We will very happy to have your contribution, please let me know if further information is required.

Regards,

Olimpiu


On Thu, Nov 19, 2020 at 11:49 AM Nacho Cougil <nacho@...> wrote:
Hi Olimpiu,

Great innitiative, didn't knew about it! ;-) Related with the article, it has to be a brand new article or we can propose to share some content that we already have (for example something that we already published in our blog)

Best regards,

El jue., 19 nov. 2020 a las 2:10, olimpiu pop (<olimpiu.pop@...>) escribió:
Hello JUG leaders,

As some of you may know, for the last couple of years the Java Advent Calendar is providing a series of articles during the Advent period (first 24 days before Christmas). As this year was a challenge in itself we are falling behind with gathering the needed content. In order not to break this decade old tradition, already. Could you please help us? You can do that in the following ways:
  • Join the effort by picking a slot here
  • Push this email to your communities and to others that might be interested in contributing
  • Follow us on twitter and RT this tweet
  • Any idea you might have, we are looking forward to hear from you
Thank you for your time and help! Stay safe!

Regards,

Java Advent Team 🎅🎄

--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc



--
Barcelona Java Users Group Founder

Join us on Slack



--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc



--
@theNeomatrix369  |  Blogs  |  @adoptopenjdk @graalvm @truffleruby |  Github  |  Slideshare  | LinkedIn


Don't chase success, rather aim for "Excellence", and success will come chasing after you!



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Re: Java Advent 2020

Mani Sarkar
 

Hi,


Looking forward to your contributions for 2020.

Thanks.

Regards,
Mani

On Thu, 19 Nov 2020 at 09:58, olimpiu pop <olimpiu.pop@...> wrote:
Hi Nacho,

Thank you for writing back and for the kind words. We are striving for new content that could further be reposted on personal blogs. In slower years, we had also reposts. But we are aiming for new content now.

We will very happy to have your contribution, please let me know if further information is required.

Regards,

Olimpiu


On Thu, Nov 19, 2020 at 11:49 AM Nacho Cougil <nacho@...> wrote:
Hi Olimpiu,

Great innitiative, didn't knew about it! ;-) Related with the article, it has to be a brand new article or we can propose to share some content that we already have (for example something that we already published in our blog)

Best regards,

El jue., 19 nov. 2020 a las 2:10, olimpiu pop (<olimpiu.pop@...>) escribió:
Hello JUG leaders,

As some of you may know, for the last couple of years the Java Advent Calendar is providing a series of articles during the Advent period (first 24 days before Christmas). As this year was a challenge in itself we are falling behind with gathering the needed content. In order not to break this decade old tradition, already. Could you please help us? You can do that in the following ways:
  • Join the effort by picking a slot here
  • Push this email to your communities and to others that might be interested in contributing
  • Follow us on twitter and RT this tweet
  • Any idea you might have, we are looking forward to hear from you
Thank you for your time and help! Stay safe!

Regards,

Java Advent Team 🎅🎄

--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc



--
Barcelona Java Users Group Founder

Join us on Slack



--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc



--
@theNeomatrix369  |  Blogs  |  @adoptopenjdk @graalvm @truffleruby |  Github  |  Slideshare  | LinkedIn


Don't chase success, rather aim for "Excellence", and success will come chasing after you!


Re: Java Advent 2020

olimpiu pop
 

Hi Nacho,

Thank you for writing back and for the kind words. We are striving for new content that could further be reposted on personal blogs. In slower years, we had also reposts. But we are aiming for new content now.

We will very happy to have your contribution, please let me know if further information is required.

Regards,

Olimpiu


On Thu, Nov 19, 2020 at 11:49 AM Nacho Cougil <nacho@...> wrote:
Hi Olimpiu,

Great innitiative, didn't knew about it! ;-) Related with the article, it has to be a brand new article or we can propose to share some content that we already have (for example something that we already published in our blog)

Best regards,

El jue., 19 nov. 2020 a las 2:10, olimpiu pop (<olimpiu.pop@...>) escribió:
Hello JUG leaders,

As some of you may know, for the last couple of years the Java Advent Calendar is providing a series of articles during the Advent period (first 24 days before Christmas). As this year was a challenge in itself we are falling behind with gathering the needed content. In order not to break this decade old tradition, already. Could you please help us? You can do that in the following ways:
  • Join the effort by picking a slot here
  • Push this email to your communities and to others that might be interested in contributing
  • Follow us on twitter and RT this tweet
  • Any idea you might have, we are looking forward to hear from you
Thank you for your time and help! Stay safe!

Regards,

Java Advent Team 🎅🎄

--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc



--
Barcelona Java Users Group Founder

Join us on Slack



--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc


Re: Java Advent 2020

Nacho Cougil
 

Hi Olimpiu,

Great innitiative, didn't knew about it! ;-) Related with the article, it has to be a brand new article or we can propose to share some content that we already have (for example something that we already published in our blog)

Best regards,


El jue., 19 nov. 2020 a las 2:10, olimpiu pop (<olimpiu.pop@...>) escribió:
Hello JUG leaders,

As some of you may know, for the last couple of years the Java Advent Calendar is providing a series of articles during the Advent period (first 24 days before Christmas). As this year was a challenge in itself we are falling behind with gathering the needed content. In order not to break this decade old tradition, already. Could you please help us? You can do that in the following ways:
  • Join the effort by picking a slot here
  • Push this email to your communities and to others that might be interested in contributing
  • Follow us on twitter and RT this tweet
  • Any idea you might have, we are looking forward to hear from you
Thank you for your time and help! Stay safe!

Regards,

Java Advent Team 🎅🎄

--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc



--
Barcelona Java Users Group Founder

Join us on Slack


Java Advent 2020

olimpiu pop
 

Hello JUG leaders,

As some of you may know, for the last couple of years the Java Advent Calendar is providing a series of articles during the Advent period (first 24 days before Christmas). As this year was a challenge in itself we are falling behind with gathering the needed content. In order not to break this decade old tradition, already. Could you please help us? You can do that in the following ways:
  • Join the effort by picking a slot here
  • Push this email to your communities and to others that might be interested in contributing
  • Follow us on twitter and RT this tweet
  • Any idea you might have, we are looking forward to hear from you
Thank you for your time and help! Stay safe!

Regards,

Java Advent Team 🎅🎄

--
Olimpiu  Gh. Pop, MSc


Re: [jc] [NYJavaSIG] Project Loom - Scalable, Harmonious Concurrency for Java - WED NOV 11

Frank Greco
 

Our pleasure Claus!  Really cool stuff.

For those that missed the live stream of Ron Pressler's presentation (and our surprise congrats to new JC Barry Burd), 
here's the recording on the NYJavaSIG YT Channel.

Frank

On Thu, Nov 12, 2020 at 3:14 PM Claus Ibsen <claus.ibsen@...> wrote:
Hi Frank

Thanks for sharing this. It was great to catch up on Loom and I
enjoyed Ron's presentation.

On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 2:43 AM Frank Greco <fgreco@...> wrote:
>
> In case anyone is interested.
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> NYJavaSIG,
>
>
> Thread Pools are dead.
>
>
> Project Loom is one of the biggest additions in a decade coming to the Java language.  Ron Pressler, the Technical Lead for OpenJDK Project Loom will go into the details on why this new form of user-space concurrency is both machine-friendly and easy for developers to use and understand.
>
> REGISTER
>
>
>  WHAT: Project Loom: Scalable, Harmonious Concurrency for the Java Platform
>
>  WHEN: Wed Nov 11, 2020   6:30pm-8:30pm EST
>
> WHERE: Youtube Live (REGISTER)
>
>
> To get more out of this meeting, please review Ron’s 30 min video on Project Loom and come with your specific Loom questions.
>
>
> NYJavaSIG Leaders     Follow us on Twitter:  @nyjavasig
>
>  - www.javasig.com - "Eat, Drink, Code(tm)"
>
>  - NYJavaSIG Youtube Channel
>
>



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Global JUG Leaders Summit - Feb 2021

Vincent Mayers
 

Friends. Wherever you are I hope that you and your family are safe and healthy in this crazy time. 

We had such a successful JUG Leaders Summit this year at Devnexus that we are going to make this part of the Devnexus virtual event in Feb 2021. So on Feb 16 We will be hosting a virtual JUG Leaders Summit and, on behalf of the Atlanta Java Users Group, would love you to submit to the CFP and also sign up for the event. We are building out a workflow so that every JUG leader, no matter where in the world they are, that attends this will be swag. You know how much we love to give out swag :)

Go here to participate http://jugleaderssummit.com/

Cheers
Vincent 

@vincentmayers


Re: [jc] [NYJavaSIG] Project Loom - Scalable, Harmonious Concurrency for Java - WED NOV 11

Frank Greco
 



On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 12:29 PM Chris Richardson <chris@...> wrote:
...

On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 9:14 AM Kirk Pepperdine <kirk@...> wrote:

Thread Pools are dead.

For this to be true, one is missing one of the most important uses of thread pools ;-)


Which is?

Chris... Kirk has been taking digital marketing classes recently.  You have to be a paid subscriber to read more.   ;)

Frank


[NYJavaSIG] Project Loom - Scalable, Harmonious Concurrency for Java - WED NOV 11

Frank Greco
 

In case anyone is interested.


--------------------------------------------------------------------

NYJavaSIG,


Thread Pools are dead.


Project Loom is one of the biggest additions in a decade coming to the Java language.  Ron Pressler, the Technical Lead for OpenJDK Project Loom will go into the details on why this new form of user-space concurrency is both machine-friendly and easy for developers to use and understand.

REGISTER


 WHAT: Project Loom: Scalable, Harmonious Concurrency for the Java Platform

 WHEN: Wed Nov 11, 2020   6:30pm-8:30pm EST

WHERE: Youtube Live (REGISTER)


To get more out of this meeting, please review Ron’s 30 min video on Project Loom and come with your specific Loom questions.


NYJavaSIG Leaders     Follow us on Twitter:  @nyjavasig

 - www.javasig.com - "Eat, Drink, Code(tm)"

 - NYJavaSIG Youtube Channel


Houston JUG meeting Noveber 18th - Domain-Specific Languages with Groovy

Jim Bethancourt
 

Howdy esteemed fellow JUG leaders!
Houston JUG member Mike Bishop will share his knowledge of DSLs and help you to build your own at this month's meeting with Groovy!  Please feel free to forward this invitation to your members. :-)

Thank you to our sponsor Improving for providing the virtual meeting space!

RSVP below by clicking on the orange Attend Event button.

Hope to see you there!
Jim 

You are invited to the following event:

DOMAIN-SPECIFIC LANGUAGES WITH GROOVY

Event to be held at the following time and date:

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (CST)

Share:
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In this presentation you'll learn about DSLs & domain-specific programming languages, how Groovy makes it easy, and how to build your own!




Share this event on Facebook and Twitter.

We hope you can make it!

Cheers,

Houston Java Users Group



OT - hope everyone is staying safe

Frank Greco
 

Since many of your home countries and regions are currently experiencing COVID spikes during the "second-wave" (as we are in the US), my thoughts go out to you and your families.

While our medical science colleagues around the planet are apparently making progress, we still need to be vigilant and stay safe.

FrankG
 - NYJavaSIG


MS Java Engineering Team AMA at JDConf (today 12:30pm PST)

Bruno Borges
 

Hey all,

In about an hour (12:30pm PST) we will host an AMA with Martijn Verburg's team.

If anyone here has any questions, we'd love to answer them. :-)

Live stream will be on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUM8SeH3gCI
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JUG Leader presentation on Java in Education for Students & Junior Developers

Heather VanCura
 

Hi all,

We will have our next meeting on Tuesday, 3 November at 8:00 am Pacific Time. We will be reviewing a template that you can use with your local Java User Group to junior/student developers in your own communities. Pre-registration is required. We will also record the meeting for those who cannot attend live.
register for this meeting: https://oracle.zoom.us/j/99013103682?pwd=bGFTSFBJcnUwdWplcHduRGwveGZ2Zz09

Best regards,
Heather


Chicago JUG Meetup: Panel discussion on Project Amber + more! with Stuart Marks and Friends [Oct 29, 2020 - 7:30pm/GMT-5]

Mary Grygleski (Chicago JUG)
 

Join us - with your JUG members - this Thursday at 7:30pm-US Central (GMT-5) for a panel discussion on OpenJDK's Project Amber (plus more!) as led by Stuart Marks, with Freddy Guime (CJUG President Emeritus),  Bob Paulin (CJUG Board Chairman), and our moderator (also CJUB Board member) Paul Nauman.

To sign up for the event, please visit:  https://www.meetup.com/ChicagoJUG/events/273860220/

Hope to see you and your JUG members there!

Best regards,
Mary
P.S. The recording will be available for replay on CJUG YouTube Channel


Houston JUG meeting TONIGHT: Cloud Native Architecture Adoption

Jim Bethancourt
 

Howdy JUG leaders!
Please forward to your members - there is plenty of space left!

Join us TONIGHT at 7 PM US Central and learn about how to migrate your codebase to The Cloud!  Srini Penchikala will share best practices and patterns that have helped make many cloud migrations successful.

Please RSVP!
Please RSVP by clicking on the orange button below!

Thanks to our sponsor!
Thank you to our sponsor, Improving, for providing streaming capability!

See you there!
Jim

You are invited to the following event:

CLOUD NATIVE ARCHITECTURE ADOPTION

Event to be held at the following time and date:

Wednesday, October 28, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (CDT)

Share:
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Learn best practices and patterns to migrate from monolithic applications to cloud enabled microservices.




Share this event on Facebook and Twitter.

We hope you can make it!

Cheers,

Houston Java Users Group


INVITATION: JCONF CENTROAMERICA 2020 [ CFP is OPEN ]

omarberroteranlkf@gmail.com
 

Spanish
--------------------
Hola, líderes de JUG


Este año por primera vez el istmo centroamericano se reune para realizar un evento que incluye los 5 paises, JCONF Centroamerica 2020, JUGS participantes:
Guatemala, Salvador, Nicaragua y Panamá.

Con el mismo espíritu de los JCONF de compartir  conocimiento del ecosistema de la JVM y tecnologías relacionadas.

Si está interesado en ser parte de nuestro panel de oradores pueden enviar su propuesta desde PaperCall.io
https://www.papercall.io/jconf-guatemala-2020


Para comentarios,  preguntas o propuestas de patrocinio por favor  envíe un correo electrónico a:
info@...
jugnicaragua@...


* Las sesiones se pueden compartir preferiblemente en español, pero tambien se aceptan en inglés

Para referencias de publicidad sirvance utilizar los recursos de:
https://jconf.org/press-kit.html


Calurosamente,
Organizadores de JCONF-CENTROAMÉRICA 2020

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English
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Hello JUG leaders


This year for the first time the Central American isthmus meets to hold an event that includes the 5 countries, JCONF Central America 2020, participating JUGS:
Guatemala, Salvador, Nicaragua and Panama.

With the same spirit of the JCONF to share knowledge in the ecosystem of the JVM and related technologies.

If you are interested in being part of our panel of speakers you can send your proposal from PaperCall.io
https://www.papercall.io/jconf-guatemala-2020


For comments, questions or proposals for sponsorship please send an email to:
info@...
jugnicaragua@...


* Sessions can be shared preferably in Spanish, but also accepted in English

For advertising referrals sirvance use the resources of:
https://jconf.org/press-kit.html


Warmly,

Organizers of JCONF-CENTROAMERICA 2020





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Para crear software de calidad Duradera, hay que crear una solida base arquitectónica que sea flexible al cambio 
    


Re: Platform.sh Deploy Friday: E28 Language Spotlight: Java [Oct 23, 2020]

Otávio Gonçalves de Santana
 

Sorry, that is the right URL:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGyZbpG9iUo

On Mon, Oct 19, 2020 at 8:00 AM Otavio Santana <otaviopolianasantana@...> wrote:
YouTubeThumb.jpg



This year marked 25 years since the first public alpha release of the Java programming language and platform. Java would become a key player in the years following that release as the Internet transitioned to become a mainstream phenomenon. After 25 years, will Java continue to shape the next 25 years? Join us and find out with amazing guests for another Deploy Friday Language Spotlight.

Hosts:

Guests:

Resources:

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Otávio Santana


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Otávio Santana


Platform.sh Deploy Friday: E28 Language Spotlight: Java [Oct 23, 2020]

Otávio Gonçalves de Santana
 

YouTubeThumb.jpg



This year marked 25 years since the first public alpha release of the Java programming language and platform. Java would become a key player in the years following that release as the Internet transitioned to become a mainstream phenomenon. After 25 years, will Java continue to shape the next 25 years? Join us and find out with amazing guests for another Deploy Friday Language Spotlight.

Hosts:

Guests:

Resources:

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Otávio Santana

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