Fwd: [jc-user] JavaOne Hackergarten

Martijn Verburg martijnverburg at gmail.com
Thu Aug 21 08:50:40 UTC 2014

Hi all,

I'll be at J1 this year and would love to try and get the US based folks
more involved in Adopt OpenJDK and Adopt a JSR. I'd like to hold some hands
on sessions for both programmes. Who else here is going to Javaone and can
help volunteer for a session or two?


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Andres Almiray <aalmiray at gmail.com>
Date: 21 August 2014 09:43
Subject: [jc-user] JavaOne Hackergarten
To: "users at java-champions.java.net" <users at java-champions.java.net>

Hello everyone!

It's with great pleasure that I announce JavaOne will host a Hackergarten
this year once more. That's right, you did read it well, the name sticks,
we're no longer renaming it to CodeGarten like last time ;-)

We're spicing things up a bit this time. There's an initial organizational
setup at https://java.net/projects/hackgarten/pages/Home. The idea is to
gather people around specific topics at the scheduled times. I know that
the JavaOne Schedule has yet to be published but I wanted to tip you off
before your agendas fill up. If you have some downtime from Monday -
Wednesday or just looking to have some fun and geek out then please
consider attending the Hackergarten, it's tons of fun! Please contact me if
you can make it with a proposed schedule, don't worry, we can move things
around if your agenda shifts.

Topics range from JavaSE, JavaEE, JSRs, pretty much anything Java related.
Contributions can be production code, test cases, documentation, or simply
a friendly chat in order to gather feedback.

Coincidentally, we're running Hackergarten at other conferences. The
following ones are already confirmed

JCrete - Aug 25th

JavaZone - Sep 9th (Norsk & English)

JMaghreb - Nov 6th (French)

The following ones are still on the planning stage

Devoxx BE

Hope to see you there :-)

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