17 Feb 2004 pjcabrera   » (Apprentice)

Java Society of Puerto Rico

I have been involved with a volunteer-run Java Users Group in Puerto Rico for little more than a year. During that time, I have been giving free monthly workshops and presentations on applying Java open source technologies. The contents of my presentations is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.

The JUG has finally organized a board of directors and an executive commitee to carry out activities. I am vice-president of the board, and executive in charge of recruitment.

As part of a membership drive strategy with the local four-year colleges and universities, we plan to hold RoboCode and Java TetriNet competitions in May of 2004.

For more details, see my JRoller weblog.

The source code for competition enrollment, online score posting, and tournament-like eliminations will be distributed under an Apache license. [ I had to work open source in somehow. :-) ]

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