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OrlandoJUG on Maven Jan, '10

Brian Fox gave a presentation on Maven this month at the OrlandoJUG. Maven has matured into a more user friendly tool, according to Bri…

Started by Michael Levin

2 Feb 8, 2010
Reply by Greg Larson

Tampa JUG Feb 2010 Meeting - Distributed Computing with Hadoop

Hello Java Developers, Ever wonder how companies such as Yahoo, Google, Facebook, Amazon, financial organizations, and others are able to p…

Started by Vladimir Vivien

0 Feb 3, 2010

OJUG on Maven this Thursday

We have an interesting meeting coming up this Thursday. We'll discuss Maven, an open source solution to keeping your versions in sync. In…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Jan 24, 2010

JSF Summit / Rich Web Experience

Hi all, Is anyone else going to the JSF Summit / Rich Web Experience conference here in town? It might be fun to meet up.

Started by Matt Drees

0 Nov 30, 2009

Brion Vibber, Wikipedia CTO talks about Past, Present and Future

Please post details about Brion's talk here for those of us who couldn't attend the presentation. It's a new group on Codetown devoted to W…

Started by Michael Levin

2 Nov 2, 2009
Reply by Chad Baker

God loves Java and I do tooo!!!

Wow each time a try a new language I come back the most addictive, the most fast and the most easy one. Is Perfect!! I need peace of mind a…

Started by Edgar A.

0 Oct 6, 2009

Clojure presentation recap

I ended up presenting Clojure in a rather unusual format that I blogged about here. The presentation was quite long (about 2 hours) but a l…

Started by Larry Diehl

0 Mar 2, 2009


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