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Community

Inaugural JavaLand in Germany It took trains, planes, and automobiles to get there. I had heard Germany ran some great conferences, but JavaLand was promised to be outstanding. Kevin already did an interview with one of the organizers, Markus Eisele, about why JavaLand is different. (https://weblogs.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2014/03/01/java-conferences...) But, I got to see first-hand if they...
on Apr 20, 2014
Do you know who my current hero is? Jono Bacon. Even for you coders/developers, he's a hand you should shake. He gets community leaders together to think about their community and ways to help it to be better. He helps us to help you, and it's more important than I had realized. CLS was an amazing opportunity for me to listen to and discuss questions on the non-tech side, which helps me to be...
on Jul 25, 2013
I’m someone who came to this field from a management, as opposed to technical, background. In an effort to understand this website and its users more fully, I am (slowly and painfully) teaching myself basic Java, reading every book handed to me, and jumping at the chance to attend any conference the Oracle Powers That Be will allow. One of my biggest hurdles has been the special technical...
on Jul 23, 2012

Open Source

The 15th anniversary of OSCON showed its interest in diversity, and continuing to broaden the market for open source technology. I saw a lot of discussions on how to get people interested, and keep people involved. It was remarkably open to all sorts of ideas on how to keep open source going into the future. I started with Tim Berglund’s GitHub Power Tools, which was filled with people who had...
on Jul 30, 2013