JUG-AFRICA and JCertif 2011 honored in the first Java Magazine Premier Issue (Page 7) and I have published the first of a three part series of technical article in Java Magazine Premier Issue (Page 17) on how to build and deploy RESTful Web Services.
There is my proposal for JUG-AFRICA agenda. Everyone is free to comment and add interesting ideas.
I will detail each point in my blog later.
JUG-AFRICA : The idea behind JUG-AFRICA is to allow JUGs located within Africa to collaborate globally in ways that will ultimately benefit Java developer
communities locally. JUG-AFRICA is intended to promote communication between JUGs across continent.
Hi, Welcome in my page at Java.net, thanks for Sun, Oreilly and Java.net community. I'm already blogging here http://www.bonbhel.com, but in this blog, there will be another things related to Java technologies, JUGs in Africa, the sense of community and belonging among Java developper in Africa and some time the point de vue of Java community in Africa etc...
As some of you already know. The next edition of JCertif is coming.
This year again the JCertif Conference will bring together developers from across Africa to learn, collaborate, and inspire each other.
This year, we're happy to announce 3 days of Java and Android training and 2 days of great talk, focusing on key areas where Java and open source are driving innovation: Java, Android, HTML5, JavaFX and JavaME.
The month of July was a global gathering for all Java Communities around the world to say "Hello" to Java 7.
JUG-AFRICA also hosted multiple events to celebrate Java 7 (see the photos below). I have traveled in Africa to give technical Java7 talks and met with hundreds of vibrant Java and Android developers. In Dakar, Senegal (July 7), Brazzaville, Congo (July 9) and Kinshasa, DRC Congo(July 10).
Once again, we will offer free courses and workshops for Sun Java Certification.