We have a great presentation you all will love coming up Wed, October 10. Join us for some camaraderie with new and old friends. We'll have tasty food and beverages.Kevin Neelands has been programming since the Apple 2E was hot stuff and recently has done iPhone and Android programming. Kevin will talk a bit about Android development with Java, some common problems and features and/or patterns that help solve them, and wrap up by showing how design patterns help Android development. The…See More
"Alex, Hello and welcome to Codetown. I must have overlooked your joining up. I always welcome new members and especially people from the Gainesville area. By the way, we're having a Gainesville Java User Group meeting tomorrow at Santa Fe…"
Calling all Java lovers! The OrlandoJUG features leading edge presentations with you in mind. We meet every month with talks on interesting aspects of programming in Java. Although we're Java-focused, you'll also learn about other JVM languages.Twitter & Facebook @orlandojug Check the Codetown Events section for specifics about meetings.See More
Alex, Hello and welcome to Codetown. I must have overlooked your joining up. I always welcome new members and especially people from the Gainesville area. By the way, we're having a Gainesville Java User Group meeting tomorrow at Santa Fe College, room S 326 from 6-9 and the topic is Android Design Patterns. Check out the announcement up top of the Codetown homepage in the Events section and RSVP if you plan to come. And, please invite your colleagues. This will be a very informative meeting. All the best, Michael Levin
Codetown is a social network. It's got blogs, forums, groups, personal pages and more! You might think of Codetown as a funky camper van with lots of compartments for your stuff and a great multimedia system, too! Best of all, Codetown has room for all of your friends.
When you create a profile for yourself you get a personal page automatically. That's where you can be creative and do your own thing. People who want to get to know you will click on your name or picture and…
In a purpose-centric agile implementation, stakeholders make a clear shared purpose come to reality through visible outcomes. It starts with awareness of the organisation’s installed culture, finding installed habits and beliefs that pull back and block change, and deciding what you want to do about that. The second step is to create the necessary time and space for true change to happen.
Mike McGarr talks about the evolution of developer tooling at Netflix, focusing on command line tools they built to address evolving needs around programming languages, containers and more. He shares lessons learned while trying to support diverse programming languages and environments within a centralized team.