In just a few years’ time, on April 27, 2023, Java will take center stage in the world of technology. To mark the occasion, software architects Stefan Tilkov and Eberhard Wolff are hosting a live discussion about the IT world ten years ago. The event will take place at the RheinJUG (Java User Group) in Düsseldorf, and those who cannot attend in person can join virtually. Lisa Moritz will moderate the discussion.
The panel will delve into topics such as opinions, trends, and ideas that were prevalent in the IT world ten years ago. They will also examine the hype of 2013 and evaluate how these ideas have held up over time. Furthermore, the panel will discuss which topics are still relevant today.
The live broadcast of the discussion panel will be available on YouTube. However, those who are interested can also attend the MeetUp in person. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 27, and will end around 9 p.m. Participants can enjoy an after-work party on site, and both the event and catering are free of charge.
Curious developers and architects who want to learn more about the RheinJUG and the Java User Group Düsseldorf can visit the event website. The goal of this event is to provide an opportunity for individuals to come together and reflect on the changes and evolution that have occurred in the IT world over the years.
In conclusion, the event is an excellent opportunity to join a community of like-minded individuals who are passionate about technology and software development. By reflecting on the past, participants can gain a better understanding of the present and prepare for the future.