Jacksonville Java User Group (JaxJUG) is proud and excited to be part of the 2017 Oracle sponsored Java Tour of US JUGs, by Java Experts and Champions from Brazil.
The release date of Java 9 is less than two months away - what better time than now to learn all about the new features we'll be getting!
Java EE 8 will be ready by the end of 2017 as well - come and learn about the new features that it will be shipping with, including cloud multi-tenancy and NoSQL support among many others.
Come join us for this free, full day event and enjoy a free lunch too!
Some of the talks to be given:
• Java in the Cloud
The 3 most important secrets when running Java in the Cloud!
• Code it, Ship it! DevOps and Containers
5 tips to ship your code faster and reduce the stress of your project that you can apply immediately.
• NoSQL, no Limits, lots of Fun!
Use the best open source NoSQL technologies to create powerful and scalable solutions.
• 5 Mistakes Java Developers Make that Prevent them from Growing in their Careers
Learn the easy things you can do to never get stuck in your Java Developer career.
• Java and the Internet of Things
About our Speakers
Bruno Souza is a Brazilian Java programmer and open source software advocate. He was President of SouJava, a BrazilianJava User Group he helped establish which became the world's largest. He was one of the initiators of the Apache Harmony project to create a non-proprietary Java virtual machine. He's known as the "Brazilian JavaMan"
Bruno is a member of the Board of Directors at the Open Source Initiative representing Affiliate members. This is his second term on the OSI Board. He is also a member of the executive committee of the Java Community Process. In 2010, he co-founded ToolsCloud, a developer tools provider.
Otávio Santana (@otaviojava) is a developer and enthusiast of open source. He is an evangelist and practitioner of agile philosophy and polyglot development in Brazil. Santana is a JUG leader of JavaBahia and SouJava, and a strong supporter of Java communities in Brazil, where he also leads the BrasilJUGs initiative to incorporate Brazilian JUGs into joint activities. He is a cocreator and is also responsible for the Linguagil Group, merger of Java, Ruby, Python, and Agile groups that promotes agility across language-focused communities.