Java Forum – After 25 years, is there anything new left to say about Java? Of course!
While doomsayers have been predicting the language’s decline for years, Java still ranks as one of the top 5 most popular languages in the world. Not bad for a programming language that predates WiFi.
Ahead of this September’s release of Java 19, join us as we welcome Holly Cummins, Ben Evans, Heather VanCura and Martijn Verburg for 4 keynotes exploring the current state of the Java ecosystem.
Who should attend?
- Java Developers and Java Engineers
- Full Stack Java Developers
- Senior Java Developers / Engineers
- C# Developers / Engineers
- Application Developers / Engineers
- Software Developers / Engineers
- .NET Developers / Engineers
- Python Developers
- Software Architects
- Team Leads and Engineering Managers/Directors
- CIOs and CTOs
Whether you’re looking to attract talent to your team or spread awareness of your company, sponsoring the Java Forum is a terrific way to support and connect with our global community of Java developers.
If you’re looking to develop relationships with our members, or to showcase your product and spread brand awareness, we’d love to find a way to create meaningful interactions between you and our community.
About Skills Matter
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With 100,000+ members from 126 countries, Skills Matter is one of the world’s largest communities of software professionals. These community members connect on our platform and participate in expert-led talks, conferences, meetups and workshops advancing the state of software engineering globally.
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