Please check out this event:

http://www.codetown.com/events/java-usa-tour-2017-is-coming-to-jax

Jacksonville Java User Group (JaxJUG) is hosting the 2017 Oracle sponsored Java Tour of US JUGs, by Java Experts and Champions from Brazil, this coming Saturday.

The release date of Java 9 is less than two months away - what better time than now to learn all about the new features we'll be getting!

Java EE 8 will be ready by the end of 2017 as well - come and learn about the new features that it will be shipping with, including cloud multi-tenancy and NoSQL support among many others.

Come join us for this free, full day event and enjoy a free lunch too!

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