Charles Jackson | 17 Jun 02:22 2016
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Help with Java, Tomcat, and Eclipse setup tio run servlets

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My name is Charles, and I live in Alpharetta/Duluth area.  

I'm re-learning Java, and have gotten to Servlets and JSP in my studies.   I last studied Java 15 years ago under release 1.3.   Since 2003, I've been in functional roles, and was no longer hands on with programming.   I now have the opportunity to move back toward a technical role in the near future.   I've been in IT for 32 years, and I'm 57 years old.

 

I have Java JDK/JRE 1.8 installed along with Eclipse Mars on my Windows 10 Lenovo ThinkPad.   I've also installed Apache Tomcat 8.0.35 and have it incorporated into Eclipse such that I can successfully stop and start the Tomcat server from within Eclipse.  

 

I've created a "Hello World" servlet as per the instructions in my book.   I had to figure out how to access the servlet-api.jar file using trial-and-error and some google help (used a Java Build Path).  

 

I'm just not able to seem to get the servlet to run from Eclipse.   Would you be able to review the installation steps I've done so far,

 

SEEKING:

Anyone willing to meet on a tutoring arrangement for say $30 per hour for 60 to 90 minutes.  I'm looking for someone willing to meet me to:

              1)  Review my setups

              2) Help me to get to where I can run this and other servlets   

My hope is to move on to a second book on JSPs and Servlets soon.  

 

 

Please answer to my Yahoo account listed below.    I am willing to meet anyplace (a place like Starbucks or Panera) that's  convenient to anyone willing to assist me.  

 

 

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,

Charles Jackson

crjackson04-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org

 

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Jay Zimmerman | 27 May 21:30 2016

Registration Open....2016 Greater Atlanta Software Symposium returns to Atlanta on September 16-18th (JUG Discount)

Registration Open!  The 2016 Greater Atlanta Software Symposium returns September 16-18th

The No Fluff Just Stuff Java Symposium Tour Series long considered the premier Java/JVM/Agility Event Series anywhere is returning to Atlanta this fall! Witness first hand the best a conference has to offer: phenomenal speakers, excellent ninety (90) minute technical sessions, right sized event mode (capped at 250 attendees) all experienced in a vendor free environment. At a No Fluff Just Stuff event, the focus is entirely on the attendee experience and nothing else!


**Local Venue, World Class Experience**

Event Name: 2016 Greater Atlanta Software Symposium
Dates: September 16-18th
Location: Atlanta, GA
Venue: Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center
URL: https://nofluffjuststuff.com/conference/atlanta/2016/09/home
Make sure and use your special JUG discount of $50 by using the promo code nfjsusergroup50 when registering.
If you are registering with a group, the highest discount will apply - group or JUG discount.

REGISTRATION FEES:

Early Bird Individual: $975/person thru August 29th

Excellent Group Discounts! Available - bring your entire development team to the show:

5-9 Attendees: $875/person
10-14 Attendees: $850/person
15-24 Attendees: $825/person
25-over Attendees: $800/person


Why attend?
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* Excellent Speakers: Authors and Project Leaders
* Insightful 90 minute Sessions
* Network with your local developer community
* No vendor promos
* Locally Based Event
* Great Venue
* Limited Attendance
* Meaningful Keynote
* Excellent Giveaways including $250 & $500 Amazon Gift Cards!


What's Included - Registration Fee:
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* Three Day All Access Pass
* Dinner & PM Breaks on Friday & Breakfast/Lunch & Breaks on Saturday/Sunday
* NFJS Laptop Bag & T-shirt
* Online Audio Recording of Available Sessions
* Subscription to NFJS, the Magazine - 2016 (10 Issues from March thru December)

Go to 
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All the Best,

Jay Zimmerman
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Phillip Harbison | 19 May 16:53 2016
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Javanese

My spell checker keeps trying to change JavaEE to Javanese.
This vexes me. ;)

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Phillip Harbison | 11 May 23:42 2016
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Atlanta-IoT YouTube Channel

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Hardnett, Charles | 8 Mar 17:49 2016

Skills USA Programming Contest Needs Judges

Good Morning,

I hope this is not seen as inappropriate for this list. I am the technical chair for the Ga State Skills USA contest in computer programming. I am in need of some judges for next Friday.

The Skills USA contest is for secondary and post-secondary students. The 1st place winners at this state championship will get to participate in the national championship this summer: http://www.skillsusa.org/competitions/skillsusa-championships

Judges Responsibilities:

  • Interviewing contestants as if they were applying for an entry-level programming position
  • Evaluating their technical submissions, which are are programs written in languages such as Java, C# and C++. 
You will be provided a rubric and test-cases to use for the programs.  Judges will also be provided breakfast and lunch. The time commitment is from 7:30am to about 2pm. If you can serve part of that time, then I can still utilize you. The event will take place on Friday, 3/18. If you are interested, then please contact me at chardnett <at> gwinnetttech.edu and I’ll provide location and other details.

Thank you for your support!


Charles R. Hardnett

Program Director, Computer Programming

Computer Science Division

O: 678-226-6483

E: chardnett <at> gwinnetttech.edu

linkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesrhardnett/

GTC Programming Team: https://sites.google.com/site/gtcprogrammingteam/

Class Times: W 8:30 – 9:50 AM, Th 2:30 – 5:20 PM, F 9 - Noon

Office Hours: M 3:00 – 4:30 PM (North Fulton) and T 4:00 – 5:30 PM

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Jay Zimmerman | 1 Mar 23:19 2016

Early Bird ends March 7th....Register today for ArchConf 2016 coming to San Diego on April 4-7th (JUG Discount)

Register today for ArchConf 2016 coming to San Diego on April 4-7th!  Early Bird ends March 7th
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Brought to you by the No Fluff Just Stuff Software Symposium Series, ArchConf is an educational event for software architects, technical leaders and senior developers.

ArchConf 2016 will offer over 65 technically focused sessions including hands on workshops centered around Agile Design, Distrubuted Systems, Microservices, Continuous Delivery, Web Application Security, Enterprise Messaging, Cloud Architectures, and more.

Note:  Attendance is capped <at> 350

Go to archconf.com for more information!

Registration: $2200/person thru March 7th.  Register a team of four and get the fifth pass free!

JUG Discount: Use the promo code: nfjsusergropu75 and receive a $75 discount

Venue:  San Diego Marriott La Jolla

Topics at ArchConf 2016 West
- Agile Design
- Scalable Systems
- Microservices
- Evolutionary Architecture
- Distributed Systems
- Continuous Delivery
- Service-Based Architecture
- Design Principles
- Soft Skills
- Web Application Security
- Enterprise Messaging
- Data Architecture
- Architecture Patterns
- Cloud Architectures
- Measuring and Profiling
- Modular Java


Speakers at ArchConf2016 West
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Matt Stine - Senior Product Manager, Pivotal
Brian Sletten - Forward Leaning Software Engineer
Douglas Hawkins - VM Engineer
Emad Benjamin - Principal Architect, VMware
Tudor Gîrba - Software Architect
Mark Richards - Independent Software Architect, Author of Software Architecture Fundamentals
Neal Ford - Application Architect at ThoughtWorks, Inc.
Rohit Bhardwaj - Principal Cloud Engineer, Kronos Inc, Expert in agile development
Kirk Knoernschild - Software Developer & Mentor
Ken Sipe - Architect, Web Application Security Expert
Nathaniel Schutta - Author, speaker, software architect focused on user interface design.
Dave Hendricksen - Big Data Architect for Thomson Reuters
Peter Pavlovich - Principal Architect, EnerNOC Labs
Michael Carducci - Magician & Technologist
Janelle Klein - CTO <at> New Iron and Technical Mentor

http://archconf.com
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Narahari 'n' Savitha | 15 Feb 22:42 2016
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parking and the bar code

Folks:

I printed the pass and I see the bar code for the parking permit.  Is this all I need to park in the Red parking lot ?

I presume we show the bar code or scan it and we get to park for the two days at the conf ?

-N
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AGoodspeed | 15 Feb 21:54 2016

MVC framework for Excel?

There has got to be something around to assist with this but it does not seem to be easily Googled, at least by me, so any insight would be appreciated.

We provide an ever increasing number of data feeds for assorted uses. Commonly they are to be consumed using Excel. For simplicity we prefer to provide the feed as CSV which makes the generation pretty straight forward. However there is a growing trend to provide "executive" reporting in Excel, which is another way of indicating a consumer that does not have time (or does not know how) to use Excel to extract the desired results.

We have produced Excel using JExcel API/Apache POI which adds a lot of complexity to the data feed code, so I am not a fan of this in a single step. We are now looking at taking a skeleton spreadsheet, which may include pie charts, etc., and loading the data section of it so the formatting is not being generated by code.

I think we should go all the way and divorce the data feed (model) from Excel (view) through a mapping (controller) to separate the concerns.

Is there some framework available that supports this already? Is this even a reasonable approach? Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

This is in a Groovy and Grails environment if that has any bearing on the topic.

Thanks!


Andrew Goodspeed
"How *reliable* [is he]? How shallow is the ocean? How cold is the sun?" -Douglas Adams (Arthur Dent)
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Vinny | 12 Feb 18:02 2016
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Call for DevNexus 2016 volunteers

Hello All,
If you missed the deadline for DevNexus there is still an opportunity to attend as a volunteer! 
If you are interested.  below is  the signup form for DevNexus 2016 volunteers.

* Top priority is given to those who can help on Sunday and Wednesday (during wrap-up).
* Priority is also given to those who can be track volunteers on Tuesday-Wednesday
* There is no monetary cost to you, we’ll even cover parking if you drive. However, it does cost us money in terms of food and other expenses for you to attend the conference - so please only apply if you are certain that you can volunteer.
Thanks again, 
Vincent 

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