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In my humble opinion, the first time I heard of JCP is when I stumbled upon the JCP webinar series.

At that point I was already aware of the Java ecosystem, but had only a vague idea of what the heck was going on with the platform.

The first couple of days of the series were mostly a bunch of Java developers trying to get their hands on a demo of what was coming out.

At the end of each presentation, they would go through a checklist of requirements, and I would then get to work.

One thing that struck me as a bit odd was that the people that were working in Java were all the developers that were going to be attending the conference.

I think I was just lucky to be able to attend the first one, which was a big success.

I think it showed the Java community that there were people that knew Java.

And I think that helped inspire other Java developers to start contributing to the JCL, which eventually grew to be an annual event that I attended at least once a year.

Once the Java Community was growing, I was also starting to get more and more into Java programming.

And while I wasn’t always happy with the overall direction Java was heading, I thought that Java was going to change a lot in the coming years.

After my first conference, I had a couple of different job offers and ended up taking a position at a large software company that was doing something similar to the Java conferences that I had attended in the past.

But my job was not as lucrative as the Java companies, so I ended up leaving the company a few months later.

This left me with a few things to do:  1) Build a website to help educate others about Java, and 2) Build the first Java program, an app that would help people get started with Java programming, even if it wasn’t for the first year. 

As I was doing this, I started learning a bit more about Java programming as well.

In particular, I found out that Java programming is actually a lot like JavaScript programming in that it has a lot of really cool features that help to simplify the programming experience for beginners.

Even though I was not really interested in starting Java programming at that point, I did have a lot more experience in JavaScript programming. 

In this way, I learned a lot about the language and its use in JavaScript, and realized that, while there are some great JavaScript features, I didn’t have a strong understanding of them.

Eventually, I got to the point where I started building a website that was based around a Java program that I called JavaDocs.

The first JavaDoc that I built, and it took me months to build, was a website about Java that I wrote to help people learn the language.

While I was building that website, I also started building my own Java programming language.

And when I started that, it took years of work to learn a lot, and while I knew that I was good at Java programming and could learn to code, I still felt like I wasn