Last week I received the news I expected the most: I was confirmed to go to JavaONE 2007. My last decade of Java living was a crazy moving on and passionate experience. I am leading a community, which has more than thousand people who are there working and promoting Java everyday :) during these last 8 years I tried 8 times to go to JavaONE. This year I am coming :)))))))
Some months ago I adopted Netbeans as the default IDE for my Open Source
In recognition of the great job done by Java Champions and JUG leaders around the world, the Jazoon committee decided to offer a special condition for them: free tickets for Jazoon'07. And even better, each of them can invite a Java member of their community to come for free also.
How about a fidellity program for Java events? If you attend several Java
events during the year, why not to get some advantage in the overall price?
If your company usually support Java events for its developers, what about
to present to the financial sector a yearly package of events with discount
How many times you observed someone modifying the code formatting of Java classes and other people getting crazy about the lost of the project history from the Concurrent Versions System? At first sight it seems just a problem of communication - someone is not following the company standards or something like that.
Finally my friends our great Java language started to become Open Source. What a
wonderful and historical date!
Monday, November 13, 2006
Despite all marketing about Java communities, the world is big and sometimes the spotlights
loose some interesting groups. Last week I had the privilege to visit
Macedonia, a small country
on the Balkan peninsula.