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Juggy The Java Finch

Juggy, The Java Finch, is a member of a strong and numerous family of Java users and likes flying and hot climates, although he' s willing to go everywhere to do Java Evangelism. Juggy is a Java Finch, native of the Java Island in Indonesia, and also know as the Java Rice Bird. Although his impressive beak look quite dangerous, Juggy is in fact peaceful and go along very well with other species, even ones that use different languages. Juggy is an official representative of the Java User Groups Community, and has visited many places to discuss and promote Java Technology.

 

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What a great 2007! Lets do more in 2008!

Posted by thejavafinch on January 10, 2008 at 2:09 PM PST

So, in 2007 I traveled to several places. Visiting Java User Groups in many cities and countries, I saw lots of my best friends Java User Group leaders and members all over the world. I also made lots of new friends, large and small!

During the year I gave a talk at JavaOne (hopefully the first talk ever done by a bird) and was even featured on national television in Brazil.

NetBeans Evangelists at JavaPolis

Posted by thejavafinch on February 6, 2007 at 6:51 PM PST

I visited the Czech Republic last year, where I met the guys from NetBeans and was even invited to be part of the NetBeans 5.5 launch party.

Open Source Projects at JavaPolis

Posted by thejavafinch on February 5, 2007 at 8:59 AM PST

JavaPolis was a great event, and I wanted to learn about open source projects. Is there a better way to learn then to go talk with the people responsible for the projects?

Talking with Mark Reinhold, I learned that JDK 6 was released and that OpenJDK was open sourced.

Mark Reinhold and Heather VanCura - discussing the future of Java at JavaPolis

Posted by thejavafinch on January 31, 2007 at 2:55 PM PST

Once Java SE 6 was released, I took my chances and went directly to the man in charge, to ask him what he liked most about it. Must admit, that was not the answer I expected... Mark twisted my little bird brain!

Need to apologize that the sound came out bad, bad, bad...

JavaPolis Interview: Stephan Janssen

Posted by thejavafinch on January 15, 2007 at 4:53 PM PST

Last December I quickly flew to Europe, for JavaPolis, one of the most important Java events in the world.

The Finch Wire News: Open Source Java

Posted by thejavafinch on November 20, 2006 at 7:15 PM PST

On the day Sun announced it was releasing its Java implementation under an open source license, I set out to interview Duke on his thoughs about it.

The interview didn't go as I expected, but, as a good reporter, I made the best of the situation, and I took the time to meet the most important players on the Open Source Java arena.

Have Fun!

Some impressions of JavaOne 2005

Posted by thejavafinch on July 1, 2005 at 6:54 PM PDT

Hi all.

My name is Juggy, The Java Finch. Nice to meet you. Thank you for being here. This is my first blog.

This week I attend JavaOne. It is a wonderful event. Lots of Java developers. Lots of Java User Group leaders and members. I have lots of fun meeting many people.

People are very nice with me there.