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  1. barrycranford
    29/09/2011 @ 1:34 pm

    Great post Richard.

    Don’t forget guys, this is a superb way of developing your career and really having something that sets you apart from the crowd. Working on JSRs can open many new doors for you.

    Make sure if you do get involved you make yourself as visible as possible when doing so, include details on your CV and LinkedIN account etc

    Good luck
    Barry Cranford
    @Recworks

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  2. What’s the point in a TCK, and why should you care? « London Java Community Blog
    30/09/2011 @ 10:23 am

    […] part of the London Java Community’s Adopt a JSR program, I took on the role of increasing awareness on JSR-310. JSR-310 is the proposed solution for […]

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  3. Steve
    03/10/2011 @ 2:56 pm

    I would have assumed that some kind of Unit of Measurements system would be a requisite for JSR310, but it looks like both attempts have failed so far.

    What’s the strategy here?

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    • karianna01
      12/10/2011 @ 1:38 pm

      Werner Kiel is working on harmonsing those 2

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  4. guest
    03/10/2011 @ 7:23 pm

    Too bad JCP is not a community process…

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    • karianna01
      12/10/2011 @ 1:41 pm

      We’ll have to agree to disagree here I think :-). No it’s not as open yet as we’d like, but I think there is heavy community involvement. For example, the recent work to open up the JCP via JSR-348 and the inclusion of 2 Java User Groups on the EC. There will also be a JSR for JCP.next.next which will further open up the process.

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  5. London Java Community Open Conference 2011 « Diarmuid Moloney
    27/11/2011 @ 11:07 pm

    […] These are key JSRs for both the JSE and JEE standards and it a great way to get involved in shaping the future of both specs. If you want to find out more go to http://londonjavacommunity.wordpress.com/2011/09/29/adopt-a-jsr/ […]

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