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Posted on March 11, 2010 at 11:18am 0 Comments

I have uploaded the presentation that I gave last night to the Gainesville Java Users Group on the Grails Portal Framework that I have been working on. You can download it using this link.


Presenting at GR8 Conference

Posted on February 26, 2010 at 11:25am 0 Comments

Hey everybody I will be presenting at the GR8 conference in Minneapolis, MN. on April 16, 2010. Here is the link:
http://us.gr8conf.org/

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At 12:46pm on November 17, 2012, Michael Levin said…

Josh, I read a reference to a Josh Davis of Wired Mag in this article and thought of you. We're putting together our 2013 JUG speaker schedule for GatorJUG, OrlandoJUG and Senejug - let me know if you have some interest in Florida or Africa!

At 8:09am on March 24, 2010, Michael Levin said…
The OJUG is scheduled from 6-9 3/25 at DeVry University, 4000 Millennia Blvd, room 116 Orlando 32839. Detains at http://www.codetown.us/events/orlandojug-building-a-grails The room accommodates 20 people. Looking forward to it! Feel free to use the Codetown Event invite feature to spread the word. /Mike
At 9:23pm on March 12, 2010, Justin Sapp said…
Josh,

Thanks for coming to Gainesville and speaking about the Grails Portal. Even without some prerequisite programming knowledge, the presentation was informative to me and generated some interesting discussions.

All the best,

Justin
At 9:11am on October 6, 2008, Michael Levin said…
Hi Josh!

Welcome to Codetown! Please feel free to contribute to the discussions and even create your own. If you can update your profile pic that would be great!

Regards,

Mike
 
 
 

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