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[adopt-a-jsr] Re: [jug-leaders] Case Study: CEJUG on the AdoptaJSR and AdoptOpenJDK Programmes

  • From: Mohamed Taman < >
  • To: Patrick Curran < >, Heather VanCura < >
  • Cc: " " < >, Hildeberto Mendonça < >, Adopt a JSR < >, Badr ELHOUARI < >
  • Subject: [adopt-a-jsr] Re: [jug-leaders] Case Study: CEJUG on the AdoptaJSR and AdoptOpenJDK Programmes
  • Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2013 11:13:37 +0200

Hi Hildeberto,

+1 Good job and great blog, it will help me in my upcoming sessions to
EGJUG day which will be held on 30/11/2013, as part of my adopt-a-jsr
participation and JCP EG new role, and as we did with MoroccoJUG, I would
like to promote EGJUG also to get more participations in JCP activities,

Here is the day agenda, and your opinion, suggestions and support are most
welcome.

*Session Agenda 30/11/2013 – Cairo University FCI*


Session title: “*How to drive yourself and community to professionalism &
what’s new in Java world”*

1.       JCP kickoff (*session 1*) from (11:00 A.M to 1:00 P.M):

a.       What is JCP (Java Community Process).

b.      Who maintains JCP process?

c.       JCP organization chart.

d.      JCP.Next() JSR and Process.

e.      How JSR is developed.

                                                   i.      Who maintains
the JSR.

                                                 ii.      What are the JSR
Groups?

                                                iii.      What are JSR
components?

f.        Lifecycle of JSR, and its process.

g.       What are Adopt-a-JSR & OpenJDK programs?

                                                   i.      How to
participate in JCP.

                                                 ii.      How to
participate in adopts programs.

h.      Being effective member in the community.

i.         Promote your JUG.

j.        Role of the JUG and leaders.

k.       What is the benefits returned to you.

l.         Where we are now and what is needed from you.

m.    Formation of EGJUG JCP activities program Group.

                                                   i.      Required skills.

                                                 ii.      Time management.

                                                iii.      Communication.

n.      Success Story with MoroccoJUG.

o.      Closing.



2.       Java EE 7, 8 and beyond (*session 2*) from (2:00 P.M to 4:00 P.M):

a.       What is Java EE 7?

b.      Main aim and objectives of Java EE 7.

c.       What is new in Java EE 7?

                                                   i.      New JSRs.

                                                 ii.      Updated JSRs.

                                                iii.      Pruned JSRs.

d.      HTML5 support.

e.      IDEs support.

f.        Netbeans IDE.

                                                   i.      Java EE 7
support.

                                                 ii.      Mobile
Development support.

                                                iii.      JDK 8 support.

                                               iv.      HTML5 support.

g.       Glassfish v4.0 as RI.

h.      Adopt-a-jsr organization on Github.

i.         What's new

                                                   i.      Introduce Java
EE 8 and beyond.

                                                 ii.      Introduce Java SE
8 and beyond.

                                                iii.      Will become Java
Developer not Java EE, SE or ME anymore.

                                               iv.      What is IOT.

                                                 v.      Java & Embedded
evolution.

                                               vi.      More resources.
Thanks
Mohamed Taman


On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 9:18 PM, Patrick Curran 
< >
 wrote:

>  This is great feedback - thanks, Hildeberto.
>
> It would be good to get similar reports (with this level of detail) from
> other Adopt participants...
>
>  On 11/18/2013 10:15 AM, Hildeberto Mendonça wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
>  During Devoxx I promised to Heather that I would write about CEJUG’s
> experience on the programmes AdoptaJSR and AdoptOpenJDK. Here it is,
> published on Yougi’s blog.
>
>  Link: http://yougi.org
>
>  Thanks for all the productive discussions we had at Devoxx.
>
>  Cheers,
>
>  Hildeberto
>
>
>


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[adopt-a-jsr] Case Study: CEJUG on the AdoptaJSR and AdoptOpenJDK Programmes

Hildeberto Mendonça 11/18/2013

[adopt-a-jsr] Re: [jug-leaders] Case Study: CEJUG on the AdoptaJSR and AdoptOpenJDK Programmes

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