'Tis the season for us to gather as a community and to celebrate the ideas or show-and-tells that you, our most valuable members, would like to share with everyone.
Lightning talks are about 5 minutes long, but we're really an easy bunch so no harm if you go a little over. We're open to all JVM languages or JVM themes. Don't have a topic? No problem! Talk about something you learned in this year thus far, or maybe something that you plan to learn in the near future! Come and be a part of it!
See this article with tips from Martin Fowler (https://www.perl.com/pub/2004/07/30/lightningtalk.html) about giving lightning talks.
Please submit your topics to: [masked]
Speakers (as of 12/1):
Matt Sicker: Monads in Java 8
Paul Nauman: An Update on Building a JVM in Java
Dan Gleeson: How Developers Throw Away Knowledge as they write code
Freddy Guime: Java Data Structures (and pitfalls)