Trisha Gee

What Can Men Do

So, I wrote a long email to the London Java Community in answer to an excellent question: “What can men do to support Women in Technology?”. It’s a bit of a brain dump, by no means comprehensive, and is in answer to a specific question in a specific context, but I’ve been asked to make the information public so it can be useful in a broader context. So here it is.

JavaZone 2016

It’s been a while since I wrote a conference write up. The short version of “why” is because I got a bit bored of doing it. Plus, I found I was attending conferences as a speaker “on the circuit”, and my experience of hanging out, catching up with my friends, chatting to other attendees to see what they’re up to and so forth, didn’t seem as useful to share with people who might want to find out whether a conference is worth attending from a content or atmosphere point of view.

A Year? Really?

So I came to the blog to update my upcoming events (at least something stays up to date) only to find it’s been nearly a year since I last blogged! This is terrible! It’s not that I haven’t written anything in a year, it’s that a lot of my writing energy goes into stuff for the actual day job. Which is good, because that’s pretty much what I wanted from the day job, but the blog makes it look like I don’t write any more.

Applying Java 8 Idioms to Existing Code

  • Understand how to improve performance with your Java code using Java 8 language features.
  • Learn hands on techniques to discover and implement common Java 8 refactorings.
  • Understand when you should and should not apply key refactorings in Java 8.

Java 8 MOOC - Session 3 Summary

Last night was the final get-together to discuss the Java 8 MOOC. Any event hosted in August in a city that is regularly over 40°C is going to face challenges, so it was great that we had attendees from earlier sessions plus new people too.