|Re: [jakarta.ee-community] [jakartaee-ambassadors] Jakarta EE 8 Slide Deck Speaker Notes Added|
It took me a little while, but I have now added detailed speaker notes:
Please consider reviewing the content. And of course please use it!
Just to give more context, this is why I believe this content is valuable:
I can say first hand Java/Jakarta EE 8 really wasn't evangelized to the
extent that Java EE 6 and Java EE 7 was. As a result, most people really
don't know what is in Java/Jakarta EE 8 (and there really is quite a bit
even if you are a Spring, etc developer). While the content is probably
not that interesting for conferences focused on the latest and greatest,
it is probably pretty valuable content for a JUG or an internal company
talk. Aside from that I did maintain a decent amount of Jakarta EE 9 and
some forward looking/exploratory Jakarta EE 10 content.
The next step for me is to record my rendition of the talk, upload it to
my own YouTube and also see if the official Jakarta EE YouTube channel
will have it.
Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, Speaker
Please note views expressed here are my own as an individual community
member and do not reflect the views of my employer.
On 4/12/2020 7:03 PM, Reza Rahman wrote:
> One of the things I have been trying to do is create a shareable
> Jakarta EE 8 slide deck. This weekend, I uploaded an initial version
> into the resources folder:
> The next step for me is to add detailed speaker notes. Much of that
> material will come from here:
> You can find a suitable abstract here if you need it:
> https://speakerdeck.com/reza_rahman/jakarta-ee-present-and-future. I
> will also record my rendition of this talk and make it available on
> YouTube (either my own or the official Jakarta EE one if they will
> have it). The reason I believe this is important is that in my view
> there has been a serious gap in Java EE 8/Jakarta EE 8 evangelism as
> compared to say Java EE 7 or Java EE 6. Please consider reviewing and
> adapting this material. The deck also uses a somewhat makeshift
> Jakarta EE Ambassadors presentation template you are welcome to adopt.
> As the Jakarta EE 10 work starts spinning up, I plan to refactor this
> deck to have a much more forward looking focus including suitable code
> examples. This is a topic we should begin to discuss and act upon at
> least amongst the Jakarta EE Ambassadors after Jakarta EE 9 is
> successfully released. Folks like Steve Millidge believe this is where
> the end user community can really contribute to Jakarta EE.
> Reza Rahman
> Jakarta EE Ambassador, Author, Blogger, Speaker
> Please note views expressed here are my own as an individual community
> member and do not reflect the views of my employer.
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