Byron Kiourtzoglou

About Byron Kiourtzoglou

Byron is a master software engineer working in the IT and Telecom domains. He is always fascinated by SOA, middleware services and mobile development. Byron is co-founder and Executive Editor at Java Code Geeks.

New JCG Features: Your Voice Matters

Hello fellow Java Geeks!

Here at Java Code Geeks we are striving to create the ultimate Java to Java developers resource center. In that direction and during the past year we have made partnerships, we have set up a Java and Android tutorials page and introduced a brand new Java Examples & Code Snippets dedicated site. Last but not least we have created open source software as a reference implementation to various of our articles.

All the above we did “our” way. But now is the time for us to hear what you have to say about Java Code Geeks; what you would like us to provide to the Java Geeks community so as to keep them motivated, exited, active, productive just like all this time we have been with you.

To keep things simple we have created a simple poll which you can find right under our “Sponsors” section on the sidebar. The poll includes all those features that we think are essential for every well established Java Geeks community. All you have to do is select which of them you would like us to provide to you. These features are :

  • Premium Content
  • Multilingual Articles
  • Articles on Demand
  • Reference Cards / e-Books
  • Online Help
  • Virtual Conferences
You can select more than one but please select only the ones you would like to see the most!

The poll will last for a week, up until 11/4 so do not hesitate!

We are hoping for a massive participation! Every vote counts!

Happy Coding!

The Java Code Geeks team

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