And I apologize for calling you Chris, Isaac!
On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 4:57 PM, Bryan West <[address removed]>
It's Bryan(formerly from Invertix). Sorry I missed the first session, but I was actually interested in the certifications. Count me in if you guys start a study group, especially the Hibernate cert.
On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 4:54 PM, Isaac Christoffersen <[address removed]>
Thanks to those that came out to our first meeting last week. I hope that Randy inspired a number of you to pursue those Hibernate and Application Server certifications. We're still forming study groups so if anyone is interested, please feel free to email either myself or the list.
Next month, we will have a presentation on OpenShift and how to run JBoss in the Cloud. Come learn more about cloud, jboss and JEE6. You can also prepare yourself for the OpenShift challenge.
The good PaaS evangelist from Red Hat have offered free OpenShift hoodies to any DC JBug member who creates a quickstart project that can be added to OpenShift's github repo. Bonus points if you earn one before the meeting and show up wearing it.
Details about the event are on the meetup site - www.meetup.com/dc-jbug. You do not need to be a member to attend, but we'd love to have you join the group. All events are open to the public.
See you next month,
Isaac Christoffersen | Sr. Software Engineer, Vizuri
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