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The Coffee Club #6: Starting and Maintaining New Habits

No plan is complete without action. If you have a plan or a list of New Year’s resolutions, but you’re not sure how to get started and make real changes in your life – join us for the January edition of Coffee Club on January 12, 2022, at 16:00 CET/15:00 UTC.

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Coffee Club Episode 6

To kick off the new year, we thought it would be great to chat about how to build new habits. Starting a new habit is often easy enough – but keeping it going throughout the year is another story.

What does it take to make a new habit stick? Are there good methods to ensure success when forming a new habit? Bring your coffee, tea, favorite beverage, or water (especially if drinking more water is your goal for the new year) and join us as we discuss the topic!

Our speakers:


Dalia 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. As a passionate programmer with many high-profile projects to her name, including Open Liberty and EclipseLink (JPA), she has created helpful tools for migrating to newer versions of Java.

Khalid Abuhakmeh

Khalid Abuhakmeh is a Developer Advocate at JetBrains, focusing on .NET, Azure, and web development technologies. He has been in the business of creating software for nearly 16 years as a writer, open-source contributor, and leader. His hobbies include science, movies, languages, and travel. Follow Khalid on Twitter or check out his personal blog for more great .NET content.

Paul Everitt

Paul Everitt is a Developer Advocate at JetBrains, focusing on Python and the Web. Before that, Paul was a co-founder of Zope Corporation, which created the first open-source application server (a project with a starting budget of $14M). Paul has bootstrapped both the Python Software Foundation and the Plone Foundation. Prior to that, Paul was an officer in the US Navy and started in 1993.

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