jCloud Day is a single day, virtual (online), developer-focused conference on Java and Cloud technologies. The objective of the conference is to encourage and help Java developers to upskill and get up-to-date on the latest and best in Cloud. The conference is absolutely FREE for the benefit of the community.
Yes, jCloud Day registration is absolutely FREE and you don’t need to pay anything to attend the conference.
jCloud Day is an online conference that you can attend from anywhere. The whole conference will be streamed to YouTube and other social media platforms. We will share the session link a day or two before the conference day.
Yes, you can ask questions to our speakers by commenting on the comment box. The speaker will answer to those questions after their sesisons ends.
Once you register for the conference we will keep you notified with all the details regarding the conference.
The objective of most of the developer communities is to help developers learn, upskill or adopt latest and best - and that’s the objective of the conference as well! We invite community partners to support each other in spreading the word about the conference in your community and in return, the conference will provide wider visibility to your community! From past experience with similar conferences, jCloud Day website will have tens of thousands of visitors. Your community will get more visibility by becoming a community partner. In return, we expect you to share details about the conference in your meetup group, email lists and social media. We would definitely love to partner with you. Just drop us a mail here if you are interested in making your’s a community partner for the jCloud Day.
We always look out for energetic and exciting speakers to share their knowledge and experience with the developers. Please submit your CFP here.
Yes, we will give participation certificates to the participants who attend the conference and fill out the feedback form which will be shared after the conference ends.
Yes, definitely. We are maintaining a git page with all the speaker slides and learning resources which you can access at anytime.