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  • Schedule for Foojay Virtual OpenJDK 17+ JUG Tour

    As announced last month, to celebrate the OpenJDK 17 and Foojay.io as a vendor-neutral community platform for its users, we’re kicking off the Virtual Foojay JUG Tour to be held during and around its release month of September.

    And here’s the schedule, note that it will change as more meetups are confirmed, and if your JUG is missing, i.e., you’d like to still be included in the tour, no worries, let’s see what can be done!

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  • Foojay Podcast #2: Embedded Java

    Foojay community members and beyond discuss embedded Java, featuring the following speakers:

    James Gosling, creator of Java and embedded enthusiast; Frank Delporte, engineer with Toadi, an autonomous lawn-mowing robot; Johan Vos, founder of Gluon, helping make fully cross-platform applications.

    Hosted by Erik Costlow, developer relations for Contrast Security, locating security flaws in backend systems.

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  • Foojay Podcast #1

    Foojay community members discuss recent news: JavaFX Skins for cross-platform apps on Android, iOS, and regular computers, BlockHound, for detecting cases of blocking in reactive (non-blocking) application, JEP 411, the SecurityManager deprecation, and the recent Snyk/Azul community survey.

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  • Foojay Status Report: January – June 2021

    The 1/2 year mark of 2021 is a good moment to reflect on the current status of Foojay.io, a place for friends of OpenJDK, and to look at where we are and where to go next!

    The Foojay.io site is under heavy development right now, a new homepage will be released over the next weeks. After that, there are several directions we can go in together—how about a forum, job board, a newsletter, a code exchange, and Foojay Awards?

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  • Virtual Tour Is Biggest Project Yet For New Java Community Platform Foojay

    Fifteen events are already confirmed in an ambitious virtual tour of Java User Groups across the globe, marking a strong start for new Java community platform Foojay.

    Foojay.io was founded last year as a vendor-neutral platform for developers who create and run applications on top of Java and OpenJDK. It is designed to provide free information on all things Java, with updated analysis, highlights, OpenJDK update release details, and command line arguments hosted on its website.

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  • Schedule for Foojay Virtual JUG Tour

    As announced last month, to celebrate the OpenJDK and Foojay.io as a vendor-neutral community platform for its users, we’re kicking off the Virtual Foojay JUG Tour to be held throughout March and April.

    And here’s the schedule, note that it will change as more meetups are confirmed, and if your JUG is missing, i.e., you’d like to still be included in the tour, no worries, let’s see what can be done, simply contact JFrog’s Ari Waller (ariw at jfrog dot com), Foojay’s Event Manager, and specify a date and time (and preferred topics) for March or April.

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  • Virtual Foojay JUG Tour

    To celebrate the OpenJDK and Foojay.io as a community platform for its users, we’re kicking off the Virtual Foojay JUG Tour. Ari Waller, JFrog’s Event Manager, well known to many JUGs, now wears a second hat—that of Foojay Event Manager. During March and April, contributors to Foojay will be making a whistle stop tour through as many JUGs as possible, via their virtual meetups!

    At each stop of the tour, there’ll be a brief introduction to Foojay.io followed by a session of 30 minutes on a topic presented by a Foojay community manager.

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    Friends of OpenJDK at FOSDEM 2021

    Over the last two years at FOSDEM—the free event for software developers to meet, share ideas and collaborate—one of the developer rooms has been focused on short presentations dealing with demos and overviews of free tools and editors.

    This year the room will be organized by Foojay. Organizations included in setting up the Foojay dev room, all active on Foojay.io in one way or another, are Azul, JFrog, Payara, and Snyk.

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    Redesigned Foojay Home

    The site you’re on, foojay.io, has had a bit of a facelift over the past week.

    Now you can see directly on the homepage all the key pieces that make up foojay, a place for friends of OpenJDK.

    Clearer now is its focus on the integrated services provided by Marc Hoffmann’s Java Version Almanac and Chris Newland’s JVM Options Explorer, supported by the OpenJDK Update Release Details, together with Foojay Today and the start of Foojay Pedia.

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