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[GUEST] Reactive Programming with Core JDK Workshop / JCP Intro
We have two *special guests* joining us. The first is Heather Van Cura - the chair person of the Java community process who will speak about how the JCP works and what you can do to contribute. As the one running the show, she'll teach us how each and every one of us can make a change to Java through the JCP. Later on we will have a workshop with Sven Ruppert from Vaadin. He will demonstrate building a functional reactive code with Core JDK. For the workshop you will need your own laptop with preinstalled with the following: - (Recommended) JDK 11 (possible with JDK 8 as well but why not use the opportunity to test drive the new shiny version of Java ?) - Maven - Git - Your favourite IDE (IntelliJ / Ecllipse / Netbeans/ Vim ) - Make sure to pull to the latest version of the workshop from https://github.com/Java-Workshops/Functional-Reactive-with-Core-Java Agenda: 18:00 - 18:30 Rally-up - Pizzas, beer courtesy of Kenshoo. 18:30 - 18:35 Opening words 18:35 - 18:50 The Future of Java and You / Heather Van Cura - Oracle 18:50 - 19:20 Functional Reactive with Core Java - the frameworkless way / Sven Ruppert - Vaddin 19:20 - 19:30 Short break 19:30 - 22:00 Reactive with Core Java - Hands On Lab * The Future of Java and You * Learn how to take a part in Java technology evolution through the Java community process. This session outlines why and how to participate in the JCP Program. You will also learn about the global Adoption programs and how you can participate in the programs. Currently there are new JSRs being developed including one for Java SE 12. Find out how you have contribute to the future of Java technology. Heather VanCura (@heathervc (https://twitter.com/heathervc)) Heather Van Cura - Director and Chairperson of the JCP - Oracle Heather VanCura leads the Java Community standardization efforts at Oracle, and is a leader of the global community driven adoption user group programs. She is Chairperson of the Java Community Process (JCP) program. In this role she drives the efforts to transform the JCP program and broaden participation and diversity in the community. She is passionate about Java, women in technology and developer communities, serving as an international speaker and community organizer of developer hack days around the world. She resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, California USA and enjoys trying new sports and fitness activities in her free time. * Functional Reactive with Core Java - the frameworkless way * In this workshop we will walk through building a functional reactive application w/o the aid of external frameworks, relying only on the capabilities of the JDK. You will need to write code so bring own laptop with you. Sven Ruppert - Developer advocate - Vaadin Sven Ruppert has been coding Java since 1996. He is working as Developer Advocate for Vaadin and he is also an Oracle Developer Champion. He is regularly speaking at Conferences like Oracle Code/JavaOne/Jfokus/Devoxx/JavaZone/JavaLand and many more and contributes to IT periodicals, as well as tech portals.

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    What we're about

    Welcome to Java.IL - the Israeli Java Community and user group. Whether you are a Java developer (or any other JVM language), JVM internals enthusiast, keeping on top of the Java ecosystem or interested in influencing the future of Java, you have come the right place.

    Java.IL is a consolidation of the three leading Java groups in Israel: JJTV, הבוציה and IL JUG, with the aim of creating a unified, vibrant community.

    Activities

    Meetups: The community will be meeting approximately once a month. Our aim is to bring you highly technical and non-sponsored content.

    Open Source Projects: Java.IL is a good place to start your open source project together with other community members. Have suggestions for a project? Let us know!

    JSR/JCP contribution: Java.IL is endorsing the "Adopt a JSR" program (
    https://www.java.net/community/adoptajsr/he).

    Getting Involved

    Follow us on Twitter: @java_il (http://twitter.com/java_il)

    Join our active discussion on our Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/Java.IL/)

    YouTube: Starting Feb 2016, all recorded session will be uploaded to our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC733JWbIvjSGJZzM0G8_ExA).

    Parleys: All recoded sessions prior to Feb 2016 are available on our Parleys channel (https://www.parleys.com/channel/537f39e9e4b0e9793767cd33/)

    Suggest talks! We are constantly looking for speakers and content. We see this group as a platform to nurture first time speakers, and will provide you with all the help and support you need for a successful talk.

    Have a venue that can host Java.IL meetups? Let us know! We are looking for hosts to give the Israeli Java developers a grand tour of companies in Israel -- there's nothing better for experiencing your culture than a first-hand visit!

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