Coffee Club Episode 3 Announcement

Hello IntelliJ IDEA followers!

The third episode of Coffee Club will take place on October 13, 2021, at 5:00 PM CEST.

Our speakers (Trisha Gee, Dalia Abo Sheasha, and Johan Janssen) will chat about migration to Java 17. Sometimes changes are more like challenges, and our goal is to make your code development smoother. Dala, Trisha, and Johan will share their success stories and exchange their best practices for moving to the next Java release. They also want to hear from you – how was it for you moving from Java 16, 11, 8, 6, or earlier? Join us via LiveChat on the YouTube stream.

Add this event to your calendar!

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Why Coffee Club?

This is a live show on the IntelliJ IDEA channel for JetBrains Java Advocates to discuss topics they are passionate about, such as Java, development, technical careers, and much more. The casual format of this program can be a nice way to both learn something new and enjoy interesting discussions from your own home with a cup of your favorite beverage.

Three episodes (0, 1, and 2) are already available on YouTube

Our speakers:

Dalia Abo SheashaDalia Abo Sheasha

Dalia joined JetBrains as a Developer Advocate in October 2020. She is an experienced speaker and Java developer who understands how enterprise developers work and the challenges they face. A passionate programmer with many high-profile projects to her name, including Open Liberty and Eclipse Link (JPA), she has created helpful tools for migrating to newer versions of Java. 

Trisha GeeTrisha Gee

Trisha works as a Lead Java Developer Advocate at JetBrains. She is a Java Champion, published author, and leader of the Java Developer Advocacy team at JetBrains. Trisha has developed Java applications for a range of industries of all sizes, including finance, manufacturing and non-profit. She has expertise in Java high performance systems, dabbles with Open Source development, and is a leader of the Sevilla Java User Group.

Trisha is exceptionally passionate about sharing things that help other developers. That might include getting them up to speed on the latest version of Java, teaching them tips and tricks to save time with IntelliJ IDEA, or promoting healthy technical communities across the globe. Trisha values helping all developers level up their careers and skills at every step of their journey.

Read more from Trisha in the books 97 Things Every Java Developer Should Know, What to Look for in a Code Review, and Developer, Advocate!. Trisha also produces a monthly newsletter for JetBrains, Java Annotated Monthly, which offers a great summary of the month’s news from the world of Java.

Johan JanssenJohan Janssen

Johan works as a software architect at Sanoma Learning and has worked for various companies where rapidly delivering high-quality software was critical. Johan regularly writes articles and presents on various subjects, but mainly around Java. He has spoken at more than 40 conferences in 20 different countries, such as JavaOne, GOTO Amsterdam/Berlin/Copenhagen, Devoxx BE/UK/PL, JavaZone, J-Fall, Jfokus, JavaLand, Scala Days Berlin/New York. Johan has been awarded the JavaOne Rock Star and Oracle Code One Star.

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