rheinJUG: Project Panama
I’m one of the organizers for the rheinJUG, and I think it’s a great way to get an overview of a topic without having to look into it too deeply.
This talk was a good example of that. I’ve never really done anything with JNI or interacting with C libraries from within Java, but I thought the talk was interesting (Christoph Engelbert is a great speaker) and I definitely learned a lot.
I also thought that this was a good example of how you can really sketchnote with any material that you want. I completely forgot my sketchnoting stuff, and I ended up borrowing a piece of paper from someone and doing a sketchnote with a ballpoint pen. I think the result is pretty nice and definitely helps me remember what went on in the talk (which, afterall, is the most important reason for sketchnoting).