Hoyt Summers Pittman | 23 Apr 15:04 2014

Coding Challenge April 30


The Cincinnati Android Developers Group is extending its coding challenge to include remote participants this year!  The event is April 30 and open to any developers with any skill sets.  We will be sharing with each other via Google Hangouts.  

The rules are simple, there is a secret project which will be revealed at 6:30.  Developers will have 2.5 hours to build an application and then we will present our results.  Achievements will be given for particularly interesting implementations.

Last year's project can be viewed here : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/17OhSmMCE6sXbbV0Qfc4uhKfx2dNve4CIN-9VRy_QQ4g/edit#slide=id.p

This is not a tutorial or learning session.  Please have your development environments set up and ready to go.

Come show what you've got!  Challenge can be completed by Web, iOS, Android, Desktop or Mobile Platform Developers!

The Altanta area meetup will be hosted at

AdvancED 
9115 Westside Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30009
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Gunnar Hillert | 21 Apr 22:05 2014

Special AJUG meeting tomorrow - Topic: Spring Framework 4.0 to 4.1

Hi all,

We are excited that core Spring Framework committer Sam Brannen is in town! He flew in all the way from Switzerland. Therefore, please join for this special meeting hosted in collaboration with the Atlanta Spring User Group:

Spring Framework 4.0 to 4.1

The meeting is hosted at the eHire Labs offices in Buckhead starting at 6:30pm:

For details and directions, please visit:


Hope to to see you all tomorrow!

Cheers,

Gunnar
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Gunnar Hillert | 15 Apr 17:45 2014

April 2014 Pre-Meeting Hangout

Hi everybody!

The AJUG April 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 on today - Tuesday, April 15 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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Stan Dickerson | 15 Apr 16:48 2014

Javahelp replacement?

We are late adding help to our Java applets (other than tooltips).
Javahelp seems to be obsolete.  What is the recommended replacement?
I am evaluating XMLmind for DocBook.  XMLmind can convert to
Web Help, Javahelp, PDF, etc.
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Briggs | 7 Apr 15:53 2014
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Job Board Site

I see the job board site is still down. Is there anything anyone can do to help? 

I'm surprised this list is so quiet. How many members are on it anyway? I thought there would have been a little buzz about Java 8.

Hope everyone is doing well. Happy Monday, everyone!

--briggs



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Sivakumar Sivashanmugam | 20 Mar 03:30 2014
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Re: Question regarding MTFS - Support for Java.

Thanks for the quick reply Shannon. I now there is a Eclipse plugin for TFS. But I want to know from a developer standpoint in terms of Integrated source control inside the IDE, Build automation (Maven), testing etc.

I want to know how much TFS helps Java developers in these areas?

Thanks and Regards,
Sivakumar.


On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 10:29 PM, Sivakumar Sivashanmugam <ksiv74-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Thanks for the quick reply Shannon. I now there is a Eclipse plugin for TFS. But I want to know from a developer standpoint in terms of Integerated source control inside the IDE, Build automation (Maven), testing etc.

I want to know how much TFS helps Java developers in these areas?

Thanks and Regards,
Sivakumar.


On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 10:19 PM, Shane Pettit <dacrazycoder-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
In regards to your  MTFS post to AJUG..

I've used it with Eclipse at one previous project.  It has very solid integration into Eclipse, so it feels no different than using any other vcs platform (Git, Subversion, etc..)

As a developer, it was just a tool.. It had a command console, much like the early days of Git, and I found myself using that often. I didn't notice anything really different in regards to running .NET vs Java source- it simply pulls it down, and handles the version control. 

I don't know if there is a JetBrains plugin.. so if you are an IDEA shop, you may find it difficult transitioning to eclipse. 

You can get some more info on the eclipse plugin here:  http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/gg490751

Best of luck,
-Shannon Pettit



On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 9:58 PM, Sivakumar Sivashanmugam <ksiv74 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
HI,
My company is planning to use Microsoft Team Foundation Server for one of our new project lineup.
Since my company has both Dotnet based and java based applications, both developers need to use this. 

My management is asking me how much Java developers can use this and they want to know the real difficulties for Java developers in using this. 

Please let me know if any of the AJUG members have real time experience in using this.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sivakumar

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Sivakumar Sivashanmugam | 20 Mar 02:58 2014
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Question regarding MTFS - Support for Java.

HI,
My company is planning to use Microsoft Team Foundation Server for one of our new project lineup.
Since my company has both Dotnet based and java based applications, both developers need to use this. 

My management is asking me how much Java developers can use this and they want to know the real difficulties for Java developers in using this. 

Please let me know if any of the AJUG members have real time experience in using this.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sivakumar
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Gunnar Hillert | 18 Mar 18:25 2014

March 2014 Pre-Meeting Hangout

Hi everybody!

The AJUG March 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 on today - Tuesday, March 18 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 | 18 Mar 18:22 2014

What's new in JDK 8

Hi,

As JDK 8 [1] is supposed to be released (GA) later today [2] - Time to learn...Here is a nice concise little tutorial explaining all the new (neat) features:


Cheers,

Gunnar

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Briggs | 17 Mar 14:53 2014
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Java 8 Release Tomorrow: March, 18 2014!

So, the new JDK/JRE (Java 8, for those who are somehow in the dark about this) will be released tomorrow,
March 18. Is anyone excited? I’m kind of doing a little happy dance as I’ve been looking forward to
this, in the way only a geek can get excited about such things, for years.

I’m asking everyone to download and compile your first “Hello World!” app with the release version
of Java 8 tomorrow. 

This is a huge update for us, huge:

Check out those lambdas! 
Check out the virtual extension methods!
Check out the additions to the Collections/Maps (Streams)!
Check out the new Date/Time API (Joda will be one less dependency)!

There is more, take a peek: http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk8/features

I just want people to get excited about it so we can prepare to push our businesses and developers forward
with the new, more enabling Java.

—briggs

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