Feb Flash Talks - 2016
When: Wednesday, February 10 - 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Where: PeopleBank offices, 7-9 Moore Street, Canberra City (map)
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FebFlash talks 2016
YOU give a 5 minute talk, you vote for talks, you win prizes maybe, everyone is happy :-)
Feb Flash talks are an institution of CJUG, and lots of fun. Contact email@example.com with your talk for CJUG and you might even win a prize.
Talks so far:
- Glen smith "Write a HTML5 Game in 5 minutes"
- Angel Ruiz "Customizing Jingo: A markdown and git based lightweight WIKI engine"
- Peter McNeil "You can rely on us my aaS"
- Steve Davies "JBoss EAP 4 -> 6 migration experience"
- Steve Davies "5 cool Smalltalk features ignored by Java"
- Miles Goodhew "The web still sucks"
- hrvoje "Blue-Green deployments"
- Tim Williscroft "Make mine Immutable"
The end of the Applet
Oracle has flagged the end of the Applet with it's post Moving to a plugin free web . Applets will be deprecated from JDK9 and Oracle have started talking about "how to migrate" ironically in a PDF... (this is the web guys) http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/migratingfromapplets-2872444.pdf
We now have a CJUG Meetup page! Yeh!
I have found meetup.com
super handy to easily get push notifications of
what's happening each month - and connect with people you saw at the event
(and discuss the event afterwards - to grab that link someone mentioned at
Head on over and register yourself at:
You can then easily add events to your calendar of choice, get email
reminders of what's happening each month (and who's going), and easily RSVP
so we have a good sense of how many pizzas to order!
Stay special peeps!
You want to run CJUG?
Welcome to the 21st year of CJUG!! I've decided it's time for me to step
aside and let others run this thing, I'm a little too under the pump at
the moment and I can't do it justice right now.
So if one or more of you would like to step up please let me know and I'll get you together with the other people that make this thing work, like our sponsors.
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If you are interested in presenting to our group, please email or call Peter McNeil on 0418 482 545.