Summers Pittman | 29 Oct 15:59 2014
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Ceylon

I was wondering if anyone on the list had used Ceylon?  It was last 
week's AJUG topic, and I am wondering what people have thought.
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Summers Pittman ℝ | 28 Oct 15:12 2014
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Interesting multi-line String library

https://github.com/benelog/multiline/

It uses javadoc and annotations to create a multiline String.  For example :

/**
* Select *
* From Table
*/
 <at> Multiline String query;

Would be processed and assigned to query by apt during compilation.

This is a interesting hack and abuse of annotations and javadoc, but
it is a pretty good example of the crazy stuff you can do with apt.

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Kalyan Govindu | 28 Oct 13:17 2014
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POLL: Monitoring Software

Hi All, 

My name is Kal Govindu. I am Java developer at a small company and we are looking for some monitoring
software. Should be able to monitor websites (UP/DOWN), VM servers etc. Medium level of maintenance and
technical setup is fine. Low cost or open source.

Please respond back with your suggestions.

Thanks
Kal
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Vincent Mayers | 27 Oct 22:17 2014
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Resource management software

hey can anyone recommend a well designed resource/portfolio management software for managing time across multiple projects. Considering JIRA but wondered if you had some alternatives you have used and liked (and why)

Cheers
Vincent 
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Mike Barnes | 23 Oct 23:13 2014
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WS security help

We are using JDK 6 with JBOSS 7.1.1-FINAL.

We are now trying to implement web services with metro and username login authentication.

We are unable to get the security portion working. The symtom is that the security modules are not being picked up.

When we see the WSDL generated the security header is missing.

Can someone point me to the appropriate pages that can help us work through this.

Thanks
Mike Barnes
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Gunnar Hillert | 21 Oct 00:00 2014

October 2014 Pre-Meeting Hangout

Hi everybody!

The AJUG October meeting is here - So why not miss traffic and spend some quality time before the meeting kicks off, networking with some other AJUG folks?

We will meet tomorrow - Tuesday, October 21 around 5:30pm at La Botana Tex-Mex Restaurant. La Botana is located on the connector that runs parallel to I-285 on the same side of I-285 as the AJUG meeting location (Holiday Inn Select).

This is just a loose, informal time to hang out and get to know each other before we head over to the meeting for our monthly dose of mind-altering Java insights. Why waste an hour working late at the office before you head to AJUG?

Come join us for some good food, good beverages, and good fun.

Specifics for finding La Botana:

La Botana Tex-Mex Restaurant
2071 Savoy Dr. 
Atlanta, GA 30341
(770) 986-9996

You can find the Google map at: http://bit.ly/fBgiAq

I hope you can make it!

Cheers,

Gunnar
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Gunnar Hillert | 15 Oct 18:07 2014

Free Workshop - Learn about Cloud Foundry - Pivotal Cloud Platform Roadshow

Hi everyone - 

Do you like a simpler deployment model for you apps? Would you like to dive a bit deeper into the PaaS world? Do you like to learn more about Cloud Foundry and Pivotal CF? How about Continuous Delivery & Microservices?

Pivotal is having a FREE workshop event in Atlanta (Perimeter ares) on Tuesday, October 21, 2014. 

Please, join Pivotal technologists and learn how to build and deploy great software on a modern cloud platform.


At this workshop, you’ll get hands-on experience as you test drive Pivotal’s CF platform. In just a few hours, you’ll realize the speed and ease of pushing an application on Pivotal CF, the world's leading enterprise PaaS, powered by Cloud Foundry.

The day is set up to fit your needs and time availability. Come for the first half and learn how Pivotal CF can help you build transformative software. Stay for the second half and learn about the power of Continuous Delivery and Microservices.

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Chris Curtin | 30 Sep 19:18 2014

Maker Faire this weekend

Looks like a lot of vendors/exhibitors. Definitely kid friendly.

http://makerfaireatl.com/

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Thanks,

Chris
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Summers Pittman ℝ | 26 Sep 22:04 2014
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Shellshock


If you guys haven't heard, there is a pretty big vulnerability in bash called Shellshock.  It affects most versions of Bash on Windows, Linux, BSD, and Mac. 

This is a remote code execution bug involving the way Bash resolves environment variables.  Basically you can define a variable as a function and have that function executed as part of bash assigning the value.  One affected application, Apache, uses bash variables to pass HTTP request headers to cgi scripts.  This means that a well crafted HTTP header can execute code if you run a cgi script.

Just your friendly hide yo wife, hide yo kids, update yo servers reminder.

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Gunnar Hillert | 16 Sep 15:11 2014

September 2014 Pre-Meeting Hangout

Hi everybody!

The AJUG September meeting is here - So why not miss traffic and spend some quality time before the meeting kicks off, networking with some other AJUG folks?

We will meet today - Tuesday, September 16 around 5:30pm at La Botana Tex-Mex Restaurant. La Botana is located on the connector that runs parallel to I-285 on the same side of I-285 as the AJUG meeting location (Holiday Inn Select).

This is just a loose, informal time to hang out and get to know each other before we head over to the meeting for our monthly dose of mind-altering Java insights. Why waste an hour working late at the office before you head to AJUG?

Come join us for some good food, good beverages, and good fun.

Specifics for finding La Botana:

La Botana Tex-Mex Restaurant
2071 Savoy Dr. 
Atlanta, GA 30341
(770) 986-9996

You can find the Google map at: http://bit.ly/fBgiAq

I hope you can make it!

Cheers,

Gunnar
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Jay Zimmerman | 10 Sep 00:48 2014

Don't Miss Out...Join Us for the 2014 Greater Atlanta Software Symposium starting Friday! (JUG Discount)

3...2...1....Register Today for the 2014 Greater Atlanta Software Symposium returning September 12-14th!

The No Fluff Just Stuff Java Symposium Tour Series long considered the premier Java/Agility Event Series anywhere returns to the greater Atlanta area this spring! Come experience 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: 2014 Greater Atlanta Software Symposium
Dates: September 12-14, 2014
Location: Atlanta, GA
Venue: Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center
URL: https://nofluffjuststuff.com/conference/atlanta/2014/09/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: $1000/person

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

5-9 Attendees: $900/person
10-14 Attendees: $875/person
15-24 Attendees: $850/person
25-over Attendees: $825/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 Visa Gift Cards!


What's Included - Registration Fee:
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* Three Day All Access Pass
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* NFJS Laptop Bag
* Online Audio Recording of Available Sessions
* Subscription to NFJS, the Magazine - 2014 (10 Issues from March thru December)

Go to https://nofluffjuststuff.com/conference/atlanta/2014/09/home for additional information and registration details for the 2014 Greater Atlanta Software Symposium.


See you there!

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