Join the Quarkus World Tour and Containerize Your Java Apps
March 8, 2021 | by
Do you belong to a Java Users Group? Are you interested in learning about the coolest new Java technology of 2021? If so, you're in luck! The Quarkus community has been working hard to develop the Quarkus World Tour!
The Quarkus team is visitng Java Users Groups around the world to discuss Quarkus and the modernization of Java applications. Your local JUG may already have scheduled a visit, but if not, just check out the event site to register your local JUG.
Naturally, these meetings are all virtual, but that doesn't mean you won't get some physical swag to go with the visit!
What is Quarkus?
Quarkus is the rising star for Kubernetes Native Java as it re-imagines the Java stack to give you the performance characteristics and developer experience you need to create modern, high performing applications. Quarkus helps you use your existing skills and code in new ways and greatly reduces the technical burden when moving to a Kubernetes-centric environment.
Looking to move or improve your Java applications on Kubernetes? Why not explore the benefits that Quarkus brings by joining our World Tour. Come with us as we visit (virtually of course) as many Java User Groups as we can over the next year to help Java developers everywhere understand more about the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Are we visiting a JUG near you? Then look out for their announcements or if not, get them to reach out to us and we’ll see if we can squeeze them in!
Here's the list of all the currently scheduled events. Be sure to sign up soon, as these kick off on March 16th with the London JUG.
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