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Duke’s Corner is a forum for conversations with Java developers. Tune in to connect with the community and learn how developers are innovating with Java. Host: Jim Grisanzio, Oracle Java Developer Relations @jimgris

Duke's Corner Jim Grisanzio

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Duke’s Corner is a forum for conversations with Java developers. Tune in to connect with the community and learn how developers are innovating with Java. Host: Jim Grisanzio, Oracle Java Developer Relations @jimgris

    Simon Martinelli: Trains, Code, Community, and Teaching!

    Simon Martinelli: Trains, Code, Community, and Teaching!

    Jim Grisanzio from Java Developer Relations talks with Simon Martinelli, a Java Champion and an Oracle ACE Pro from Switzerland who loves contributing to FOSS projects and teaching students all about Java. The conversation ranges from Simon’s early experience learning Java, working for the Swiss Railway, engaging multiple Java User Groups, and teaching students. Simon also gets into the benefits of modern Java and some of the best features the technology offers for developers.

    Simon: https://x.com/simas_ch
    Jim: https://x.com/jimgris
     

    • 47 min
    Praveen Mohan: Quality in Java and the Community

    Praveen Mohan: Quality in Java and the Community

    Jim Grisanzio from Java Developer Relations talks with Praveen Mohan, Director of Java Quality and Infrastructure at the Oracle India Development Center in Bangalore, which is part of the Java Platform Group. The conversation covers the technical details of the quality engineering operation in Bangalore where 40 developers ensure that Java is tested to the highest standards possible before release. Also discussed is how much the team engages the Bangalore Java User Group to build close development relationships with the community.
    Jim: https://twitter.com/jimgris
    Praveen: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mohanpraveen/

    • 25 min
    Bert Jan Schrijver: Java is a Marvel of Engineering

    Bert Jan Schrijver: Java is a Marvel of Engineering

    Jim Grisanzio from Java Developer Relations talks with Bert Jan Schrijver from The Netherlands. Bert is a Java Champion, a leader of the Dutch Java User Group, and the CTO and co-founder of OpenValue that he started in 2017.
    The conversation spans all of Bert's experiences as a software developer, including hacking and gaming as a six-year old, contributing to the computer lab fire in school, blowing out the family's phone bill with his first modem, getting an advanced CS education at university, engaging the Java community globally, and building his own software company. Bert also offers some interesting advice for how people can continue learning and growing and contributing to the community at Java events. He also details why Java is special and why developers embrace the technology: "Java is one of the only languages I know of that has been active and current for so long. And one of the keys is the marvel of engineering in the Java Virtual Machine." 
    Bert: https://twitter.com/bjschrijver
    Jim: https://twitter.com/jimgris 

    • 45 min
    Richard Fichtner: JCON 2024 Preview

    Richard Fichtner: JCON 2024 Preview

    Jim Grisanzio from Java Developer Relations talks with Richard Fichtner, a Java developer from Germany who is also a JUG leader and an Oracle ACE Pro. The conversation previews the upcoming JCON Europe 2024 Conference in Cologne, which will have 100 sessions of core Java technologies and a thousand Java developers from around the world. Richard and the JCON organizing team will be trying some new things this year to facilitate community engagement at JCON so if you are around Germany May 13-16 you are encouraged to stop by and participate. Oracle will be sponsoring the event and will send three teams of engineers to contribute sessions — Java, GraalVM, and Oracle Database. Don't miss it! We hear the food will be great!
    Richard: https://twitter.com/RichardFichtner
    JCON: https://twitter.com/jcon_conference
    Jim: https://twitter.com/jimgris 

    • 25 min
    Mohammed Aboullaite: With Java it was Love at First Sight

    Mohammed Aboullaite: With Java it was Love at First Sight

    Jim Grisanzio from Java Developer Relations talks with Mohammed Aboullaite, a Java developer from Morocco who is now based on Stockholm, Sweden. The conversation covers how Mohammed first fell in love with Java in college, and he's been contributing to the community ever since. Mohammed says it's "mind blowing" what happens when you get a bunch of  Java developers in the same room because they are so passionate about the technology and the capabilities that it offers. Even after all these years, Java developers are still pushing the limits and innovating. So, get involved!
    Mohammed on Twitter https://twitter.com/laytoun
    Jim on Twitter https://twitter.com/jimgris
     

    • 32 min
    Marit van Dijk: The Java Community is Awesome!

    Marit van Dijk: The Java Community is Awesome!

    Jim Grisanzio from Java Developer Relations talks with Marit van Dijk, a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at JetBrains based in The Netherlands. The conversation covers all things Java — the growing community, the latest features to enable developer productivity, contributing to Open Source, advice for students, and Marit's unique background in Social Science Informatics that combines computer science and social science.
    Marit on Twitter https://twitter.com/MaritvanDijk77

    Marit on the Web https://maritvandijk.com/

    Jim on Twitter https://twitter.com/jimgris

    • 44 min

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