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Java EE 7 Event at the Nanjing Software Valley, China

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Java EE 7 Event at the Nanjing Software Valley, China

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On January 11th, a large Java EE 7 event was held in the Nanjing Software Valley China jointly organized by the China (Nanjing) Software Valley Joint Management Committee and the Nanjing Java User Group. About 80 people from 15 different IT enterprises attended the highly successful event. Speakers included Nanjing JUG founder Tang Yong, Oracle China's Jim King and GlassFish committer Zhou Rong Hui.

Tang Yong blogged about the event in detail. Besides founding the Nanjing JUG Tang Yong is a key GlassFish committer outside Oracle and avid Java EE advocate in China. We can all expect to see great things from the Nanjing JUG and Tang Yong in the new year :-).

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