Kevin Neelands
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The advantages of a RESTfull web-based API
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Neelands Oct 25, 2015.

Using SQL with Node,.js
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lou Caudell Nov 10, 2015.

Storing Sensitive Data ( like SSNs )
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Levin May 7, 2014.

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What are your main interests in software development?
Java Standard Edition, desktop applications and applets developed using Swing
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Some initial impressions from Android development

Posted on April 23, 2012 at 6:29pm 0 Comments

I recently got to do some Android programming, and I'd like to share some of what I learned. A few things strike you the moment you start developing for Android devices.

    1. It is Java

    2. Layouts are done with XML

    3. Android 'pages', or activities are automonous entities.

Well, strictly speaking, these assertions are not 100% correct. Let me elaborate on each…

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Java applets on android tablets

Posted on December 12, 2010 at 1:42pm 0 Comments

Does anyone own one of the android java-based tablets? If you do, how does it compare to an iPad, and does it properly run java applets and applications? Do you need to install everything through a 'store', similar to the iTunes app store?

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At 12:40pm on November 28, 2012, Michael Levin said…
Hey, Kevin:

Congrats on starting the new adventure, your job coding Ruby!

Re:"A message from Kevin Neelands to all members of Ruby Town on CodeTown!

Just starting with Ruby on Rails.  I found one I.D.E. called JetBrains RubyMine, and I'm trying to install the Dynamic Language ToolKit in Eclipse.  Does anyone have suggestions for the best I.D.E?

Visit Ruby Town at:
http://www.codetown.us/groups/group/show?id=2197786%3AGroup%3A3690&xg_source=msg_mes_group"

This question would be better posted as a Codetown Discussion in the Ruby Town group so everyone could benefit from the responses. FYI, activity in a Discussion gets emailed to all members of the umbrella Group it's posted in. 

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At 4:26pm on March 5, 2010, Michael Levin said…
Funky Psychedelic 3-D Glasses

Hey Kevin, I got those 3-D glasses in the mail. I'll check them out this weekend. Stay tuned! Best, Mike
 
 
 

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