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Foojay Podcast #42: Jozi-JUG and Cape Town Java Community

February 05, 2024

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    Frank Delporte

    Frank Delporte (@frankdelporte) is a Java Champion, Java Developer, Technical Writer at Azul, Blogger, Author of "Getting started with Java on Raspberry Pi", and Pi4J Contributor. Frank blogs about his ... Learn more

Once a month in this podcast, we talk about the history of a Java User Group and the people behind it.

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Today, we are traveling to Cape Town and Johannesburg to learn more about its Java communities.

Video

Podcast (audio only)

Java User Groups

Jozi-JUG

Cape Town Java Community

Guests

Podcast

Host: Frank Delporte

Content

00:00 Introduction of the guests
04:14 What should we know about South Africa? 
09:42 An anecdote about living and working in Cape Town 
12:29 Stevens history in Java 
16:18 How getting involved in the JUG 
19:14 History of Jozi-JUG 
21:52 Virtual JUGs during Covid 
24:02 Restart after Covid with in-person events 
27:02 Next events at Jozi-JUG 
31:45 Interaction between speakers and attendees 
33:24 Starting as a speaker at a JUG 
37:00 Future events at Cape Town Java Community 
38:38 Most remarkable sessions of the past 
47:01 Conclusions 

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Author(s)

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    Frank Delporte

    Frank Delporte (@frankdelporte) is a Java Champion, Java Developer, Technical Writer at Azul, Blogger, Author of "Getting started with Java on Raspberry Pi", and Pi4J Contributor. Frank blogs about his ... Learn more

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