The last time I had to write a Java Program, I wrote it in JRuby.
JRuby makes Java easier and more fun. If you want to make Java Calls
with JRuby, perhaps the Bay Area JUG Roundup will be of interest to
More details below:
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From: Van Riper <[address removed]>
Date: Mon, 03 May[masked]:39:26 -0700
Subject: Message to attendees of Bay Area JUG Roundup 2010
To: [address removed]
Event: Bay Area JUG Roundup 2010Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2010 from
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (PT)Location: Oracle Conference Center350 Oracle
PkwyRedwood City CA
First, I want to thank you all for signing up to participate in the
first ever Bay Area JUG Roundup. We have about 250 people registered
so far. This is first and foremost and opportunity for the Java
development community to get together. If you registered early, you
may not even be aware of the 2 JavaOne passes and 2 Kindles that will
be given away that night. This is shaping up to be a great networking
opportunity too with many local Java community leaders and local Java
Champions planning to participate.
Secondly, this event is for developers working with any JVM language.
The "J" in JUG can represent any of the many popular languages that
run on the JVM now. So, please invite your Scale/Groovy/JRuby/etc...
developer friends to join us.
Finally, I am asking you all to get at least one colleague that is not
already signed up to join us next week. If we can do that, we will
fill the Oracle Conference Center to the brim and pretty much ensure
that this will become an annual event sponsored by Oracle for our
community. To that end, I created a promotional blog post about the
If you received this email, then you are already registered. If you
would like to share the registration link with your friends, the short
link for that is:
That's All Folks, Van Riper