Yes, 26 hours of Java! There will be technical deep dives, interviews, conversations, and lots of code! Most importantly, it will be a lot of fun and I hope you join us on that fine Saturday in May.
Same time like last year (but an hour longer of course!):
- where Java was born: 11 PM (28th) to 1 AM (30th) PDT
- where the clock lives: 0600 (29th) to 0800 (30th) UTC
- where I live: 0800 (29th) to 1000 (30th) CEST
This year, I won't be doing it alone (we're all getting old, even the Mona Lisa is falling apart). Instead, there are a few other cool Java streamers who will take over some of those 26 hours:
Think of this as a relay race - each of us will stream on their own channel and hand over the baton to the next when the time comes.
Here's what we plan to dissect and discuss with you. We will have a few slides, guests, repos, and a rough idea where we're going, but the cool thing about a stream is that you're there with us, so you can ask questions, decide what to emphasize, and tell us where to go next.