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Free JBoss Community Event at JAXconf

Jessica Thornsby
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To help celebrate the first ever JAXconf in the US, we are offering more community events than ever before!

To help celebrate the first ever JAXconf in the US, we are offering a full programme of free community events that are open to conference attendees and non-attendees alike! Find out the truth behind the hype in Cloud Jam, hosted by Tobias Kunze-Briseño. See demos ranging from Windows Azure, to CloudBees, Google App Engine and more; before taking part in our free Cloud Jam Hacking Night! There will also be a free afternoon Jenkins & Gradle Hackathon, as part of the CI Circus event, where you can also hear a range of talks and case studies led by Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Ken Sipe, Carl Quinn of Netflix, Tim Berglund and Matthew McCullough. For more information on both events, or to register for CI Circus and Cloud Jam, please visit the JAXconf website.

JAXconf will also be hosting a free JBoss Day on Tuesday June 21st. This Community Event will kick off with an afternoon crammed with sessions on JBoss technologies, including JBoss AS 7 and a look at the mobile web ecosystem from a Java developer’s perspective. The afternoon event will be led by Dan Allen and Jay Balunas, and will be followed by a JBoss Night Event, where we will focus on Drools. The evening sessions will provide attendees will hand’s-on experience of JBoss Drools and Drools Fusion, and the Drools core developers will be on-hand to help attendees build rules based applications. This is your chance to get advice straight from the experts – don’t forget to bring your laptop! Again, registration is free, visit the JAXconf website now to reserve your place for all the Community Events: Cloud Jam, CI Circus, and JBoss Day.

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