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  * '''16th of October 2013''' - Call For Participation Open.
  * '''1st of December 2013, 23.59 CET''' - Call For Participation Closes.
  * '''6st of December 2013''' - Selected tracks announced on mailing lists.

Free Java Developer Room at FOSDEM 2014

Join us for this year's theme: "JVM melting pot"

Please join the most interesting and influential Java Developers from all sectors of the Free and Open Source Java world at Europe's premier FLOSS event: FOSDEM 2014

  • Why the Free Java ?DevJam?

    • This is the most significant non-commercial, neutral environment for Java developers to meet
    • Learn how to get involved in technical Free Java projects
    • You will meet historic hackers in the evolution of Free Java

  • Why FOSDEM?

    • Engage in scintillating discussions with smart hackers over world famous Belgian Beer

    • Join the Web of Trust by getting your strong key signed.

    • Indulge in exquisite chocolate

    • Visit historic Brussels within walking distance.

  • What should I do next?;

    • Block your calendar NOW (If you can, try to arrive on Friday 31st and stay until Monday 3th)
    • And check back this page as we publish more details!

Duke Enjoying Belgian Beer

Free Java devroom sponsored by:

Key Dates

  • 16th of October 2013 - Call For Participation Open.

  • 1st of December 2013, 23.59 CET - Call For Participation Closes.

  • 6st of December 2013 - Selected tracks announced on mailing lists.

  • 31st of Janaury 2013 - Meet in Brussels, Beer Event

  • 1st of February 2013 - FOSDEM day 1

  • 2nd of February 2013 - FOSDEM day 2

  • 3th of February 2013 - return home

Meeting Details

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Maps and Practical Information

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