JOIN US IN PERSON AT MICROSOFT NY - An AMA with TRISHA GEE
Trisha Gee is an internationally known software engineer, Java Champion, and book author. She has developed Java applications for various industries of all sizes, including finance, manufacturing, and non-profit. She has extensive expertise in Java high-performance systems and is exceptionally passionate about sharing things that help real developers. With experience gained working at JetBrains, MongoDB, LMAX, ThoughtWorks, and Ford, she is an advocate for developer community building as well as living life as a hard-core software engineer. Trisha is a leader of the Sevilla Java User Group in Spain.
She also has co-authored four very popular books: “Head First Java” (third edition), "Getting to Know IntelliJ IDEA", “What to Look for in a Code Review”, and “97 Things Every Java Programmer Should Know”. Submit your questions ONLINE.
I Slow Java - Lightning talk Java Champion Pratik Patel
Everyone says that Java is fast, but I like to take my time and write software that's chill. But if that's not you, that's OK. In this presentation, we'll see how the cool kids use the new features in the JVM to make Java fast to startup and run.
Note from our meeting host Microsoft: Photo ID and either your Vax card (image ok) required or you must sign an attestation that you've taken a COVID test in the past seven days.
Thanks to Microsoft for hosting and thanks to Azul Systems for the pizza/refreshments.
Thanks to both for supporting the ever-growing Java community!
Trisha Gee is a Java Champion and author and Lead Developer Advocate who is passionate about developer productivity and happiness. She has expertise in Java high-performance systems and dabbles with Open Source development.
The New York Java Special Interest Group (NYJavaSIG) is based in New York City and attracts Java developers from the tri-state region. Through its regular monthly general meetings, bi-monthly specialty workgroup meetings and its website, the NYJavaSIG brings together members of New York's Java community so they can share their tips, techniques, knowledge, and experience.