On November 28th 2017 JHUG held its latest meetup (Meetup.com event). The event was kindly hosted by Eurobank in their impressive auditorium. As always, the meetup was recorded, so this post will be updated in due time with the videos of the presentations. The attendance was around 140, which is very satisfactory because it shows that many Java developers care for their work and feel the urge to expand their knowledge.
On Friday the 20th of October we held our latest JHUG meetup (Meetup.com event). Our host was Advantage FSE, who also hosted another meetup last year. Apart from their presentation room, Advantage FSE kindly offered coffee, pizza and beverages.
Today I attended Voxxed Days Athens and had a great time. This post contains the quick notes I took at the talks I went to.
Today, 12th of May, we held our next JHUG meetup (Meetup.com event). Agile Actors invited us at their new office, and also bought pizza and beverages. We had around 60-70 attendees. Our host also recorded the presentations for us, so we have videos of the presentatations as well.
Today, 15th of March, we held our next JHUG meetup (Meetup.com event). Trasys Greece, who is hiring, invited us to use the presentation room of their new office, and also bought pizza and beverages. We had around 60-70 attendees, including both old and new members.
After several months, JHUG returned on Tuesday, 4th of October (Meetup.com event). I asked my employer, Workable to host the event, and they happilly agreed, so JHUG members had the opportunity to visit our impressive new premises. In terms of people this was a very successful meetup, as around 70 non-Workablers showed up, several new faces in them. Building on our experience from the previous event, we (well, Kostis) recorded the event, so this post will be updated once the videos are ready.
After a silent 2015, JHUG made a strong comeback on Saturday, 2nd of April at the Orange Grove. We were happy to have new people coming in, in addition to the familiar faces of older members. All in all, around 50 people attended the meetup, and that was a very nice surprise. Also, this was the first ever recorded JHUG meetup, so people who couldn’t attend can still watch the presentations.