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IT-Tage 365 2021: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile & Desktop Today?"

IT-Tage 365 is a German online conference. I'm honored to give a talk there on March 24.

I'll Present "Front-Ends for Java Developers" to the LJC on Feb 25, 2021

I'll give a 30-minute talk about 'How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile & Desktop Today?' to the London Java Community (LJC) on February 25, 2020. I will look at various frameworks from the perspective of a Java developer and suggest which toolkits to use in typical scenarios.

LJC Community Talk: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile & Desktop Today?"

I'll give a 30-minute talk about 'How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile & Desktop Today?' to the London Java Community (LJC) on February 25, 2020. I will look at various frameworks from the perspective of a Java developer and suggest which toolkits to use in typical scenarios.

Decision Tree: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?"

The "Tools" section has its first "decision tree"! It helps Java developers decide how they should build front-ends for web, mobile, and desktop today.

I'll talk at CinJUG: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?"

On January 20, I'll give a 45-minute talk to the "Cincinnati Java User's Group" about "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?". It's an online event, so you can sign up, too!

CinJUG: "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?"

On January 20, I gave a 60-minute talk to the "Cincinnati Java User's Group" about "How Should Java Developers Build Front-Ends for Web, Mobile, and Desktop Today?". There's no video, but the slides and links for getting started with Flutter are available.