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Celebrating 25 Years of the Java Community Process with the Community


JCP 25-year Anniversary Celebration at Computer History Museum

We celebrated the JCP 25-year anniversary at Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, US on Thursday, January 25. It was truly an unforgettable evening - so many friends and colleagues who were involved in the JCP and Java community in the past 25 years were there to celebrate this amazing milestone together. Thank you to all of you who were able to come out and join us. We also announced the winners of the annual JCP Awards. Congratulations to all the award winners and nominees!

Take a look at the JCP 25-year anniversary celebration at Computer History Museum photo album!

JCP 25-year JUG Kit for Java User Groups

JUG Leaders - we want you to help us celebrate this amazing milestone with your JUG members by hosting a JCP 25-year anniversary event at your local meetup.

If you would like to request a JUG Kit for your JUG, fill out the JCP 25th Anniversary JUG Kit Request Form.

Once you receive the JUG Kit, make sure to follow these instructions to share the fun with us!

JCP 25-year Anniversary Commemorative Video
JCP Advent Calendar 2023
    This year, we are excited to share the JCP advent calendar virtually with everyone! We are posting every day until December 25 using the hastag #JCPAdventCalendar2023. Like and share us - let's spread the fun!
JCP 25-year Anniversary Launch Celebration in New York
    We kicked off our anniversary with a celebration with NYJavaSIG and Garden State JUG in New York on September 13. Thank you to BNY Mellon for hosting this special event.




Bookmark and come back to this page often as we are planning more fun events/activities and you will not want to miss them!
   


What is the Java Community Process (JCP) Program?

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