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Upcoming Events on Gradle, Jenkins, CD, DevOps, and more

05.24.2012
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Here’s a bunch of upcoming talks, courses, conferences, things and stuff, which I reckon might be worth checking out.


Goto Conference – Amsterdam May 24-26

Thoughtworks Live – Picadilly, London May 24th (all day)

Configuration Management Conference – (£80) London, May 29th (all day)

Thoughtworks Quarterly Briefing – Liverpool Street, London May 30th 6:30pm

Agile Development West – Las Vegas, June 10 – 15th

Gradle Build Automation Evolved – Free event @ Skills Matter (London) June 12th 6:30pm

Continuous Delivery Workshop – (£695, €695) London July 5th. Berlin June 12th, Dusseldorf  June 14th

Jenkins User Conference – Israel, July 5th (all day)

I will add to this list as and when I find out about any interesting new events.

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Herry Johnson replied on Tue, 2012/06/12 - 12:57pm

Hello,

my J2SE application runs in background in linux shell and from time to time I need to reload application setting.

Until now I've used java setting files to save these values, but this is inappropriate because it can not be changed during application runtime. Applications must be turned off and on to load the new settings.

Another solution is to use properties files, but I do not know how (and if it's an appropriate solution) to save these files outside compiled JAR. These files can be edited and application can reloads them.

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