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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: Qi4j presentation on 2 April
Date Thu, 02 Apr 2015 20:04:28 GMT
It went quite well. Since I have run 4-5 of these previously, I think I
sensed fewer exploded heads in the audience, and even some rather clever
questions, such as;

   I didn't mention what happens if more than one Mixin implements the same
method. "Will there be an error?"

   "What's the difference between Composite Oriented Programming and the
Composite/Facade in GangOfFour patterns?"

   "What are the future plans for messaging integration?"

   "What kind of metrics can be extracted?" (I mentioned a metrics SPI is
being worked on)

And some people came up afterwards and want more/deeper presentations again
in the future, and I suggested we do a small workshop on my next trip, to
give those who are interested a bit of hands-on.

A few slides were changed, I will upload Keynote/PDF later.

// Niclas

On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 6:48 PM, Paul Merlin <paul@nosphere.org> wrote:

> Niclas,
> > I am currently in Romania, and local Java User Group on Thursday, limited
> > to 200 seats. There was a poll to see which *two* of
> >    * Apache Software Foundation - How does it work?
> >    * Apache Incubator - How to get a project into Apache?
> >    * Qi4j - Composite Oriented Programming
> >    * Commercialization of Open Source
> >
> > that I should talk about, and >75% gave one of the votes on Qi4j.
> >
> > I will brush up the talk from Shanghai Apache Roadshow 2011 (?), and *any
> > ideas to pique the interest* to get involved in this audience is
> > appreciated.
> Looks like it was Shanghai Apache Roadshow 2010 :)
> cf. http://qi4j.org/2010/08/30/apache-roadshow-shanghai.html
> The code-first approach, opposed to a theory-first approach, seems good
> for a talk. The few I did here in France for small groups years ago
> worked well that way. Before reading your 2010 report I tried the
> theory-first approach and got people sleeping pretty quick...
> I think Qi4j core alone has what's needed to pique the interest of
> developpers.
> Cheers
> /Paul

Niclas Hedhman, Software Developer
http://www.qi4j.org - New Energy for Java

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