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I'll also be doing a book signing at JAX, so don't miss that! It looks like it's going to be an exciting adventure.
They announced that Java Days Ukraine would soon join the Devoxx franchise and family as Devoxx Ukraine and Juergen and I have already been invited to speak there. Then, it's off to Linz, Austria (where Juergen lives, no less), for the Dev One show.
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The airports were, as far as I know, still working, but the customer conference itself had decided to cancel the event, feeling I suspect a bit of worry that the snow would make travel an unmitigated disaster for the incoming speakers. I didn't particularly want to be in that snow storm, anyway.
So I called my travel agent and we moved things around. I could stay home another day, lazing in San Francisco.
Then it's off to Indianapolis where I'll be doing the same talk on Thursday the 12th. however you count it, @pivotal has been at least 5 years in the making.
We at VMW heard rumors about a spinoff for a solid two years before officially launching @pivotal.— Josh Long (龙之春, जोश) (@starbuxman) April 1, 2018 And, of course, today is April Fool's Day, and so there were lots of good thing shappening out there in that wonderful world wide web, with the usual suspects - like Google - getting in on the action. I hope you'll join me and some of my friends; it's sure to be a blast!
So, I set about downloading the new JDK and got it installed on my local machine. I'm running Ubuntu 17.10, (though I'm eagerly awaiting 18.04 due next month..) and there is no Java 10 / Open JDK package, yet. I then made sure I had the latest version of Intelli J IDEA - version 2018.1, as of this writing - and set up my JDK as the default in the Default Project Settings and then I opened my new Spring Boot project in Intelli J and was able to use some of the nice shiny new features that I've not had a chance to enjoy since the release of Java 8, including local type inference (, among other things.There, again, Juergen and I will co-present on all things Reactive Spring.If you're there, don't miss this opportunity to meet Juergen Hoeller, one of the greats! From there, I'll head to Devoxx UK, one of my all time favorite shows, in London on the 9th to 11th May. Then, it's off to Denver, Colorado for the epic Spring One Tour Denver event on the 14th.Several messages from my team's scheduler had come in, "Don't leave!The visit with [ridiculously large bank's name redacted] has been cancelled! Apparently, the UK was being deluged with a snow storm to rival all others.