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Java Modularization Workshop

Taner Diler
 

Hi all,

I've just made public the repository  of  "Java Modularization Workshop". I gave the workshop several times in the JavaDay Istanbul organization. There are 5 missions to complete and each mission touches different features of JPMS and commands.

You can share it with your community and I'm waiting for your contribution and feedbacks, as well. 


Best Regards
Taner Diler
Software Engineer 


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

Csaba Toth
 

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

Bruno Souza
 

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


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

Jim Bethancourt
 

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


Ada Lovelace Day

Sharat Chander
 

JUG Leaders,

Today is Ada Lovelace Day. Ada was a British mathematician and is considered the first computer programmer. The day has become an opportunity to celebrates the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering & math.

What woman in the Java community would you like to recognize? Feel free to respond to this Tweet:

https://twitter.com/Sharat_Chander/status/1447951172011118598?s=20

Best,
-Sharat & Chad



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 new features in Java 17 and will cover what's coming up next for Java in this meeting.  Please forward to your members - we have plenty of space available!

RSVP at 

Hope to see you and your members there!
Jim


2021 JCP Community Virtual Gathering & Awards

Heather VanCura
 

Hope you can join the 2021 JCP Community Virtual Gathering & Awards event next Tuesday 1-3pm PDT. We will have discussions on #java #developer careers, and #JavaInEducation , networking, the awards, plus some fun with a virtual trivia game .

Join us in celebrating Java with the JCP - Java Community leaders, JCP members, JUG members are all welcome!
www.eventbrite.com
Heather


RefactorFirst 0.3.0 released - Java 17 support + Chart Zoom & Pan added

Jim Bethancourt
 

Hello fellow JUG leaders!
I've released RefactorFirst 0.3.0!  It now supports Java 17 and chart zoom and pan.


Please share with your user group members - they may find it helpful!

If you'd like to help get the word out, please share these posts onTwitter and LinkedIn

Thanks so much!
Jim


JCP related news/updates

Heather VanCura
 

Hi all,

I wanted to give you a few JCP related updates.  As you may know, in 2020 we began an initiative around Java in Education, We have been working on updating the materials for JUG leaders to use in hosting virtual events in their community for students/junior developers. We have added the target audience and abstracts for both presentations. 
https://jcp.org/java-in-education

On the wiki you can also find tips for reaching out to the local educational community.
https://github.com/jcp-org/Java-in-Education/wiki/Java-in-Education---Wiki-Page

We are now starting to work on brief 
virtual video interviews to inspire the next generation of Java developers, by sharing how several Java professionals use Java and how it has helped their career. Let me know if you would like to be included in an interview.

It's that Fall time of year again so that means it is time for the annual JCP EC Elections.  Check out details on how to participate: 
Under the JCP 2.11 rules, the EC has resized. In 2021 and going forward, there will be 11 Ratified Seats, 4 Elected Seats, 2 Associate Seats and the permanent seat held by Oracle America.
jcp.org


And finally, on October 12, the JCP is hosting the annual (virtual) party and awards ceremony.  We will have breakout rooms on Java in Education, Developer Careers, and what's new in Java topics from 1:30-3:00 pm PDT. You can get your ticket and details here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-jcp-community-virtual-party-awards-ceremony-tickets-158497595575

If you want to nominate for the JCP awards the link will be open until the end of this week:
https://jcp.org/en/awards/nomination

Best regards,

Heather


National Coffee Day

Sharat Chander
 

JUG Leaders,

A bit of fun should you choose to participate. Considering today is National Coffee Day perhaps you'd like to share a picture of your favorite cup.

If so, feel free to respond with it on this Twitter post:
https://twitter.com/Sharat_Chander/status/1443247848158416898?s=20

Regards,
The Java Advocacy Team
-Chad, David, Denys, Nicolai, José, Billy, Sharat


CfP JavaLand 2022

André Sept
 

Dear JUG Leaders,

We also plan the JavaLand 2022 - March 15 - 17 onsite!

Only until today, September 27, 11:59 pm CEST, you have the chance to submit your lecture and training day proposals. We are looking forward to your submissions! ow.ly/RLit50GgZwg

Geers,

André
Twitter @andre_sept


Jfokus is (hopefully) back in February 2022

Mattias Karlsson
 

Dear JUG Leaders,

We are currently evaluating our options for Jfokus 2022. Best case scenario we will get back to an in person conference the first week of February. We have a Plan B and a Plan C that includes both moving dates to May and/or a online and hybrid conference. In the meantime we are opening our Call for speakers.

Jfokus 2022 in-person is planned for 7-9 February 2022 in beautiful Stockholm, Sweden.  Jfokus is a three day, six parallel track community conference.

Call for Speakers is open during September! (only this week)
Please send your proposals here:
http://www.jfokus.com

Regards,
Mattias Karlsson
www.linkedin.com/in/mattiask


Houston JUG meeting September 29th: Let's Remote Mob Program together!

Jim Bethancourt
 

Hello fellow JUG leaders!
Would you and / or your members like to give remote mob programming a try?  Jump in on the fun as we join forces and implement features for RefactorFirst mob style!  Please forward along to your members if you'd like.

I've added a number of issues we can implement together that should be easy to implement and will have a big impact on user experience.

RSVP!
RSVP and get more information (and instructions to get set up!) at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/172412840447/ and join in on the fun!

Hope to see you there,
Jim


#BrewYourBeansOnJDK17 #brewyourbeansonjdk17

Sharat Chander
 

JUG Leaders,

We'd welcome RT'ing to amplify the following tweet (of course, also reply to the post if you're a maintainer of a Java library, framework or tool that works with JDK 17).

https://twitter.com/mreinhold/status/1441073547619672073?s=20


Warmest Regards,
-Sharat & Chad


Re: JCONF Chicago program announced and discount code

 

Hi Vicent!

I'd definitely like to go to Jconf.dev!

Can you recommend a good hotel within walking distance of the location?

Thanks!


On Wed, Sep 22, 2021 at 7:39 AM Vincent Mayers <vince.mayers@...> wrote:

Fellow JUG leaders.

 

The program with all workshops, sessions, and speakers has been announced for jconf.dev Chicago’s very own Java, JVM, Cloud, Big Data conference. This conference is from December 8-10 at the UIC Dorin Forum. The event will feature Java Champions, Internationally acclaimed speakers, published authors, and community experts.

 

December 8: Full-day workshops covering Java 17, Kotlin, Kubernetes, Java Security, Cloud-Native Java, DevOps for Java Developers

 

December 9-10: 5 tracks with in-depth sessions on JakartaEE, Java, Testing, DevOps, Security, Open Java, Kubernetes, Microservices, Cloud/Cloud Native

 

jconf.dev is probably your first conference in almost two years. Please share this code with your communities WEL@V3JUGS so they can receive a $100 discount off of the ticket price. 


As a JUG leader, I would like to offer you a free pass to the conference, so please email me if you want to attend.


You can see all the content and register at https://2021.jconf.dev/


Cheers
Vincent 

@vincentmayers


JCONF Chicago program announced and discount code

Vincent Mayers
 

Fellow JUG leaders.

 

The program with all workshops, sessions, and speakers has been announced for jconf.dev Chicago’s very own Java, JVM, Cloud, Big Data conference. This conference is from December 8-10 at the UIC Dorin Forum. The event will feature Java Champions, Internationally acclaimed speakers, published authors, and community experts.

 

December 8: Full-day workshops covering Java 17, Kotlin, Kubernetes, Java Security, Cloud-Native Java, DevOps for Java Developers

 

December 9-10: 5 tracks with in-depth sessions on JakartaEE, Java, Testing, DevOps, Security, Open Java, Kubernetes, Microservices, Cloud/Cloud Native

 

jconf.dev is probably your first conference in almost two years. Please share this code with your communities WEL@V3JUGS so they can receive a $100 discount off of the ticket price. 


As a JUG leader, I would like to offer you a free pass to the conference, so please email me if you want to attend.


You can see all the content and register at https://2021.jconf.dev/


Cheers
Vincent 

@vincentmayers


Re: Coordination Committee for TDC

Bruno Souza
 


Thanks Gerrit! It will be awesome to have you with us!

Timezone is not perfect for everyone... But last event we had participants from 52 countries.
So, I think it works :-)

Register here to select witch tracks you would like to participate in:

We will start preparing for the event next week!

Oh... a question we get many times:
TDC has no issue with track coordinators being speakers at the event.
Not only that, you can help coordinate one track and speak in others.

So, join us in any way you would like!
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 Fri, Sep 17, 2021 at 4:10 PM <han.solo@...> wrote:
Hey Bruno,

if timezones are no problem…I would love to participate.
Just let me know what I need to do 😁

Cheers,

Gerrit

Gerrit Grunwald
Westfalenstr. 93
48165 Münster
Germany

tel: +49 (0)2501 24321
mob: +49 (0)171 1745350
Am 17. Sept. 2021, 21:07 +0200 schrieb Bruno Souza <bruno@...>:

Hi All,

The Developers Conference (TDC) is hosting it's next edition, TDC Future, at the end of November.

TDC is a community-driven event, where all tracks are led by community leaders from all different technologies. 

In this edition, we will have 8 tracks fully in english, and we would like to invite you and your community to help us organize the tracks. 

Each track is like a mini one day event, with call for papers, talks and panels.

If you would like to be part of the organizing committee, we are running a Call4Tracks, to form the committee for each track.

Register here your interest!


Hope to see you at the event!
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


Coordination Committee for TDC

Bruno Souza
 


Hi All,

The Developers Conference (TDC) is hosting it's next edition, TDC Future, at the end of November.

TDC is a community-driven event, where all tracks are led by community leaders from all different technologies. 

In this edition, we will have 8 tracks fully in english, and we would like to invite you and your community to help us organize the tracks. 

Each track is like a mini one day event, with call for papers, talks and panels.

If you would like to be part of the organizing committee, we are running a Call4Tracks, to form the committee for each track.

Register here your interest!


Hope to see you at the event!
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


Re: A Few Announcements

Chad Arimura
 

Ok that was my bad. Frustration with mail clients. :)

New culpa.

Chad

On Sep 13, 2021, at 11:49, Chad Arimura <chad.arimura@oracle.com> wrote:

Wtf.

Copy pasted.

Hello JUG Leaders,

We wanted to give you all a quick preview of some announcements we will be making tomorrow, 9/14.

First, Mark will be proposing a shift of the JDK LTS release cadence from three years, to two years. The LTS release following JDK 17 would thus be JDK 21 (in 2023), rather than JDK 23 (in 2024).

This change would, if accepted, have no effect on the main-line feature releases developed in the JDK Project [1]. Every such release is intended to be stable and ready for production use, whether it’s an LTS release or not [2].

Additionally, we will be launching a new site for Java developers called Dev.java. Initially our goal is to introduce a set of updated tutorials that help developers up-level their skills while learning about Java's great new features, but we see the site evolving into much more, including a way to get more information out about the JUG program as a whole, and individual JUGs.

We have a few things we’d like to ship, including a Java Playground to run snippets of code, over the coming weeks, but after that we’ll reach out to start figuring out how to collaborate on a deeper level.

We hope that you share in our enthusiasm that this will accelerate the Java ecosystem as a whole, and in our excitement that Java just continues to get better and better!

Chad, Sharat, David, Denys, Nicolai, José, Billy



[1] https://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk/
[2] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2021-May/005543.html



Chad Arimura
Java Developer Relations
Oracle Corporation

On Sep 13, 2021, at 09:55, Chad Arimura <chad.arimura@oracle.com> wrote:

Hello JUG Leaders,

We wanted to give you all a quick preview of some announcements we will be making tomorrow, 9/14.

First, Mark will be proposing a shift of the JDK LTS release cadence from three years, to two years. The LTS release following JDK 17 would thus be JDK 21 (in 2023), rather than JDK 23 (in 2024).

This change would, if accepted, have no effect on the main-line feature releases developed in the JDK Project [1]. Every such release is intended to be stable and ready for production use, whether it’s an LTS release or not [2].

Additionally, we will be launching a new site for Java developers called Dev.java. Initially our goal is to introduce a set of updated tutorials that help developers up-level their skills while learning about Java's great new features, but we see the site evolving into much more, including a way to get more information out about the JUG program as a whole, and individual JUGs.

We have a few things we’d like to ship, including a Java Playground to run snippets of code, over the coming weeks, but after that we’ll reach out to start figuring out how to collaborate on a deeper level.

We hope that you share in our enthusiasm that this will accelerate the Java ecosystem as a whole, and in our excitement that Java just continues to get better and better!

Chad, Sharat, David, Denys, Nicolai, José, Billy



[1] https://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk/
[2] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2021-May/005543.html



Chad Arimura
Java Developer Relations
Oracle Corporation


Re: A Few Announcements

Chad Arimura
 

Wtf.

Copy pasted.

Hello JUG Leaders,

We wanted to give you all a quick preview of some announcements we will be making tomorrow, 9/14.

First, Mark will be proposing a shift of the JDK LTS release cadence from three years, to two years. The LTS release following JDK 17 would thus be JDK 21 (in 2023), rather than JDK 23 (in 2024).

This change would, if accepted, have no effect on the main-line feature releases developed in the JDK Project [1]. Every such release is intended to be stable and ready for production use, whether it’s an LTS release or not [2].

Additionally, we will be launching a new site for Java developers called Dev.java. Initially our goal is to introduce a set of updated tutorials that help developers up-level their skills while learning about Java's great new features, but we see the site evolving into much more, including a way to get more information out about the JUG program as a whole, and individual JUGs.

We have a few things we’d like to ship, including a Java Playground to run snippets of code, over the coming weeks, but after that we’ll reach out to start figuring out how to collaborate on a deeper level.

We hope that you share in our enthusiasm that this will accelerate the Java ecosystem as a whole, and in our excitement that Java just continues to get better and better!

Chad, Sharat, David, Denys, Nicolai, José, Billy



[1] https://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk/
[2] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2021-May/005543.html



Chad Arimura
Java Developer Relations
Oracle Corporation

On Sep 13, 2021, at 09:55, Chad Arimura <chad.arimura@oracle.com> wrote:

Hello JUG Leaders,

We wanted to give you all a quick preview of some announcements we will be making tomorrow, 9/14.

First, Mark will be proposing a shift of the JDK LTS release cadence from three years, to two years. The LTS release following JDK 17 would thus be JDK 21 (in 2023), rather than JDK 23 (in 2024).

This change would, if accepted, have no effect on the main-line feature releases developed in the JDK Project [1]. Every such release is intended to be stable and ready for production use, whether it’s an LTS release or not [2].

Additionally, we will be launching a new site for Java developers called Dev.java. Initially our goal is to introduce a set of updated tutorials that help developers up-level their skills while learning about Java's great new features, but we see the site evolving into much more, including a way to get more information out about the JUG program as a whole, and individual JUGs.

We have a few things we’d like to ship, including a Java Playground to run snippets of code, over the coming weeks, but after that we’ll reach out to start figuring out how to collaborate on a deeper level.

We hope that you share in our enthusiasm that this will accelerate the Java ecosystem as a whole, and in our excitement that Java just continues to get better and better!

Chad, Sharat, David, Denys, Nicolai, José, Billy



[1] https://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk/
[2] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2021-May/005543.html



Chad Arimura
Java Developer Relations
Oracle Corporation

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