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  • May 15, 2015

Devoxx UK Adopt Summit & Hackergarten

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As part of Devoxx UK, we are organizing an Adopt Programs Summit on Wednesday 17 June from 10:00 - 18:00. This all day Summit is specifically for JUG leaders to share knowledge and learn how to participate in the Adopt-a-JSR and Adopt OpenJDK programs - we will demonstrate hands on activities for you to take back to your user groups using technologies currently being developed through the JCP Program.

We will run session on Adopt OpenJDK, Adopt-a-JSR, How to run a Hackday and an interactive Panel Discussion as part of the agenda, covering JSRs for Java EE 8 such as CDI 2.0 and MVC, as well as JSR 363 Units of Measurement for the Internet of Things.  Speakers will include Spec Leads, Evangelists, Java User Group, CJP and OpenJDK leaders:  Daniel Bryant, Patrick Curran, David Delabassee, Antuine Sabot-Durand, Leonardo Lima, Mani Sarkar, Heather VanCura, Martijn Verburg and Richard Warburton. 

Discount codes for up to 25 JUG leaders who would like to participate and attend the Adopt Programs Summit in London are available - each code is 1 time use and gives 50% discount to be used only by the JUG leader. Please contact me asap to receive your code and complete your registration.

We will also have a Hackergarten during Devoxx UK on Thursday and Friday, 18-19 June. If you would like to participate please let me know. We had fun last year, as you can see from the pictures in the link.

smile emoticoEarlier in the week we will have our second JCP EC F2F meeting of 2015 hosted by Hazelcast in London, Looking for two Spec Leads to present an update to the EC!

Hackergarten Interview - Heather interviews Hackers from Hackergarten in 2014.

I look forward to greeting many of you in London next month!


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