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GatorJUG ::: April

Time: April 13, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: First Magnitude Brewing Company
Street: 1220 SE Veitch St, Gainesville, FL 32601
City/Town: Gainesville
Website or Map: http://www.codetown.com/group…
Phone: 321-252-9322
Event Type: jug
Organized By: Michael Levin
Latest Activity: Apr 7, 2016

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Good news! 

Ben King (Keep It Simple Tech) keeps an eye on his app....on his watch. His company, Keep It Simple Tech launched app ABC, Always Be in Contact recently. It's cool! Try it out

How did he do it? Well, it's not a one man show. There's also an incubator involved. How about the development model? Join us at the next GatorJUG and learn all about smartphone SDLC. 

 All of us are inevitably wondering whether to make the leap to smart watches if we haven't already.

And, GatorJUG folks are thinking beyond buying the watches or downloading the apps. We're thinking about making the apps! For sure! That's what we do. 

It's springtime and the backyard at First Magnitude is where we'll meet next Wednesday, from 6-9PM. Please RSVP here at the event announcement.

We have a new sponsor: JSPTester. JSPTester is a Java testing tool to help you test your JSP. According to the website, "JSPTester is a web-based tool for the isolated testing and prototyping of JSP pages! JspTester™ seamlessly integrates with your web application, allowing you to test the rendering of JSP pages by injecting request parameters, model attributes and session variables without the need of business logic or an MVC controller." Check it out here: http://www.JSPTester.com

Thanks to JSPTester, we'll have some dee-licious munchies.

Cambridge Web Design is an official GatorJUG sponsor. CWD ::: Working Software Developers...since 1997!

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