My blog post about the OpenJDK hackday in London
julius.gb at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 23:00:18 UTC 2014
I've update the notes with the more appropriate capitalised "OpenJDK,"
removed the unnecessary article, and added a postscript stating the changes.
e: julius.gb at gmail.com
On 16 October 2014 11:57, Martijn Verburg <martijnverburg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Julius,
> Great stuff! Some small nitpicks. OpenJDK is usually captilised as I
> have with the start of this sentence. And we typically refer to it as
> OpenJDK as opposed to "the OpenJDK"
> Really interesting post, thanks and I hope this inspires more of you to
> come out or organise your own!
> On 15 October 2014 23:21, Julius Gamanyi <julius.gb at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I've been to a few OpenJDK hackdays in London. There's another hackday
>> coming up this Saturday. For the hackday in May, I blogged about it
>> internally where I work (Accenture). Some people liked it. I'm hoping some
>> others might find it of interest.
>> Here's a link to the post via Evernote -
>> I'm open to, and welcome, feedback.
>> I'e found it enjoyable promoting the OpenJDK and encouraging people to
>> for the Hackdays.
>> Thanks to the LJC and Salesforce for hosting the hackdays.
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