We attended as a team the JPrime Conference 2023, a highly anticipated conference of Java enthusiasts, with talks on Java, various languages on the JVM, mobile, web, and best practices that took place in Sofia, Bulgaria the 30th and 31st of May, leaving participants thrilled and inspired. We want to express a heartfelt appreciation to the organizers, the Bulgarian Java User Group for their meticulous planning, remarkable execution, and the unforgettable experience they delivered to all attendees.

Workshops and Talks:

There were plenty of talks and workshops throughout the 2 days of the conference from speakers recognized from the global java community such as Venkat Subramaniam and Heinz Kabutz. The speakers demonstrated deep insights into Java, the JVM, and related technologies, The conference featured a diverse range of topics, including advanced Java concepts, cutting-edge frameworks, cloud-native development, microservices architecture, machine learning integration, and much more. Each session was thoroughly researched, offering practical insights and best practices that have immense value for both seasoned professionals and newcomers to the Java ecosystem. Personally, I enjoyed most the talks related to event-driven programming, the upcoming Java Virtual Threads, and data-oriented programming. For more details, one can watch the streams on the Bulgarian Java Users Group Youtube Channel.

Networking Opportunities

The conference provided a fantastic platform for attendees to connect and network with like-minded individuals and companies from various industries and backgrounds. The event fostered a vibrant atmosphere, in a great venue inside Sofia Tech Park where the opportunities for networking and exchanging ideas were truly invaluable, helping attendees establish connections that will undoubtedly enhance their professional growth.


The JPrime Conference 2023 exceeded all expectations, providing a remarkable platform for Java enthusiasts to come together, learn, share, and grow. The outstanding sessions, esteemed speakers, networking opportunities, and flawless organization have undoubtedly left an indelible mark on all attendees.

We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Martin Toshev, and also to the Thessaloniki Java Users Group and Dimitris Kontokostas, who helped our community to attend this awesome conference.

It has once again proven itself to be a joyful and insightful gathering for Java developers and professionals, fostering a community of innovation and collaboration. We eagerly look forward to the next one, where we can continue to expand our knowledge, connect with industry experts, and explore the latest developments in the dynamic world of Java.

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