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At 1:54pm on September 5, 2019, Ian Darwin said…

Thanks for the invite!

At 9:50am on July 27, 2019, Zeeshan Murad said…
Thanks
At 7:20pm on January 17, 2019, Bradlee Sargent said…

I didn't mean to make you feel bad, I know how busy you must be.  It's just we could do more to promote this site.  Does the twitter thingie work for you?

At 3:30pm on December 28, 2018, Bradlee Sargent said…

Thanks so much for the birthday wishes. I know it's so late getting back to you but I don't check this website very often.

At 12:11pm on November 1, 2018, Michael Redlich said…

Thanks for the invitation and the birthday wishes, Mike!

At 8:44am on October 23, 2018, Joe McCall said…
Hi Michael. I hope CodeOne is going well. Any idea when the next JUG event will be?
At 7:50pm on October 9, 2018, Joe McCall said…

Thanks. I'm interested either way (either 10/25 or the rescheduled day). 

At 1:38pm on October 4, 2018, Ramya Beesam said…

Sure Mike. I can do that

At 9:46am on October 4, 2018, Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez said…
Hey Mike! Conference is awesome. Hoping to post talks as soon as they're up. My talk os tomorrow! Also that's great I would love to hear his talk!!! We're doing a lot with AOP and metaprogramming
At 4:29pm on October 3, 2018, Joe McCall said…
Hi Michael, nice to meet you. When is the next meeting? I may need some time to prepare and practice. The talk I'm writing outlines how we use Docker with the Gradle build tool to empower local development of cloud applications. Examples will include Grails and Spring Boot.
At 3:31pm on August 21, 2018, Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez said…
Hey Mike!

So cool Jim Clarke will be having a talk at OJUG! What are the chances his talk might be recorded? I have his book and am a huge fan. Love to get his view on the continued value in native development.

TornadoFX workshop should be recorded for tomorrow at Chicago GDG: I'll be sure to post in Kotlintown!
At 9:12pm on July 13, 2018, Michael Lucas said…

Thank you MIchael!

At 11:04am on July 13, 2018, Ramya Beesam said…

Thank you Mike for making me a part of this group. I feel very welcomed. Looking forward to learn and share!

At 10:37pm on April 30, 2018, Amanda Hinchman-Dominguez said…
Thanks Michael! I'll start making posts on here starting with an introduction to Kotlin.
At 8:30am on January 25, 2018, Daniel Barreto said…

Thanks Michael, to have me in the group!

At 3:40pm on January 8, 2018, Daniel Daugherty said…

I think I’d want to attend a few meetings to get a flavor for the group before jumping into a speaking role…

At 3:13pm on June 17, 2017, Trevor Meyer said…
Hi Michael. Is there still a monthly JUG in Orlando? What is the location? I can't seem to find any recent meetings on Codetown. Thank you.
At 5:53pm on June 15, 2017, Shaswat said…

Thanks Michael for adding me in OJUG

I'm excited to attend events on Java related technologies

At 11:54am on June 2, 2017, Derek said…

Thanx Michael, great to be here

At 9:35pm on May 11, 2017, Nicholas Belli said…

Thanks so much for allowing me in to the group! I'm looking forward to working with and learning from all of you!

Happy 10th year, JCertif!

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