By reza_rahman on May 19, 2015
As some of you know, the Chicago JUG has been doing a great job engaging with Adopt-a-JSR and Java EE 8. As part of that effort the JUG will host a virtual meeting on Google Hangout Tuesday, May 26 at 6:00 PM Central Standard Time (Chicago). Although the meeting is focused on the Chicago JUG because it is on Google Hangout, anyone is welcome to listen in! The session should also be recorded so you can view it later - stay tuned here. These are just some of the things that the meeting will cover:
- Introduction to the JCP/JSR process
- Status of the different Java EE 8 JSRs
- The different ways in which JUG members can contribute
- Live example (pick a JIRA, discuss and craft a reply, suggest a patch, try to recreate, raise a new JIRA)
The meeting will be led by none other than key Chicago based Java EE author and community advocate Josh Juneau. Folks that will attend in support include Chicago JUG leaders Freddy Guime and Bob Paulin as well as Heather VanCura of the JCP. Other folks from our team may also join in (I will sadly not be able to attend as I will be on a trans-Atlantic flight at the time :-(). Josh presented the Java EE 8 status update portion of the talk at the Chicago Coder conference very recently. His slide deck is now on SlideShare. I also spoke at the Chicago Coder Conference and will share the trip report in the next coming weeks.