Hi Pavel, I hear the group in Lviv is active and this conference looks excellent. Hopefully,
there will be info for those of us who want to benefit from the talks. See you again at Canvs. I think OrlandoJUG will meet there again this month on the 4th Th. I want to take the SunRail if it runs that late.
Here's the Lviv CFP I mentioned: "On 5/27/2015 8:27 AM, Andriy Andrunevchyn wrote:
We are runnning preparation to JDayLviv 2015 - third annual conference devoted to java ecosystem.
So as usual we need speakers, sponsors and for sure attendees. If somebody would like to visit Ukraine and prepare some good talk - you are welcome - we will definitely provide you decent shelter, tasty food and cover your travel if it costs reasonably. If you would like to know more about our conference watch video 2013 2014 and photo or just drop me mail and I'll answer on your all questions.
Hi Pavel and welcome to Codetown! I like your profile picture. Are you aware of the great vJug sessions coming up? One in about a week is a discussion of Josh Bloch's Effective Java. It's on the Safari Bookshelf! So, if you sign up for a free trial, you'll have just enough time to read the first 100 pages for the first meeting. All the best, Michael
PS - Here's the invitation from Simon:
Rather than spam you all with 3 meetup events being announced, I thought I'd do this meetup announcement manually via e-mail containing all 3 sessions.
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If you haven't bought the book yet, you still have time! Here are some links with discount codes:
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