Summers Pittman ℝ | 17 Dec 19:49 2014
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Last night's slides

I've updated the slides from last night to include links to the github
for two of my demos.

https://slides.com/secondsun/introduction-to-android-wear/

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Summers Pittman | 17 Dec 15:50 2014
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Cordova on Android Wear

Last night there was a question about Cordova on Wear.  I did a bit of 
research this morning and it seems like `android.webkit` is not 
available on Wear so you there isn't an easy avenue for it to run on the 
device.

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Pratik Patel | 8 Dec 20:15 2014
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Holiday Party in two days!

The combined developer meetups holiday party tickets are selling fast, grab yours before it gets sold out. We’ve had some awesome sponsors step up, so you’ll get 2 drinks, a ton of food, and some nice raffle prizes. Don’t miss this chance to hang out with local developers!

When: Wednesday Dec 10
Location: Fado's

WELCOME JAVASCRIPT, HTML5, MOBILE, JAVA, NODEJS, PHP, WWC, SPRING, CLOUDFOUNDRY, SENSORITE MEETUP MEMBERS!

For the 2nd Atlanta Technology Jingle Mingle we've again joined forces with all the local tech meetups for an evening of networking, sharing stories, and having a few drinks while toasting to a great 2014. Tickets are $10 and and include 2 adult beverages and snacks. The rumour on the street is that Santa will be making an appearance and raffling off some prizes too! Big thanks to Big Nerd Ranch, eHire, BlueFletch, Elev8, and BitPay for sponsoring! 

Remember, TWO drink tickets (beer or wine) and FREE food included with admission.

Where: Fado's Buckhead 
When: Wednesday, December 10th 
Time: 6:00pm- 9:00pm 
Register Link: Top of page
Sponsors: Big Nerd Ranch, eHire, BlueFletch, Elev8, BitPay and these ATL meetups: JavaScript, Java, Mobile, HTML5, NodeJS, PHP, Women Who Code, Spring, CloudFoundry

http://www.bignerdranch.com/

http://ehire.com/

http://bluefletch.com/

http://elev8staffing.com/ 

 

 

 

 

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Vincent Mayers | 2 Dec 22:39 2014
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Dec. 6th - Continuous Delivery Workshop with Neal Ford

Hey all thought you would like to here about this

Join ThoughtWorks on Saturday, Dec. 6th for a free, full-day Continuous Delivery Workshop with Neal Ford. In this workshop, you'll learn principles and technical practices that enable rapid, incremental delivery of high quality, valuable new functionality to users.

Space is limited. Learn more and reserve your spot at  http://info.thoughtworks.com/cd-atl.html


Cheers
Vincent 
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Pratik Patel | 24 Nov 19:34 2014
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Tech Meetups holiday party, Dec 10!

**** You must buy a ticket for $10 if you're attending this event. See link and details below.

For the 2nd Atlanta Technology Jingle Mingle we've again joined forces with all the local tech meetups for an evening of networking, sharing stories, and having a few drinks while toasting to a great 2014. Tickets are $10 and and include 2 adult beverages and snacks. The rumour on the street is that Santa will be making an appearance and raffling off some prizes too! Big thanks to Big Nerd Ranch, eHire, BlueFletch, Elev8, and BitPay for sponsoring! 


Please go here to register: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/atlanta-technology-jingle-mingle-tickets-14537643483
Remember, TWO drink tickets (beer or wine) and FREE food included with admission.

Where: Fado's Buckhead 
When: Wednesday, December 10th 
Time: 6:00pm- 9:00pm 
Register Link: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/atlanta-technology-jingle-mingle-tickets-14537643483
Sponsors: Big Nerd Ranch, eHire, BlueFletch, Elev8, BitPay and these ATL meetups: JavaScript, Java, Mobile, HTML5, NodeJS, Women Who Code 

http://www.bignerdranch.com/

http://ehire.com/

http://bluefletch.com/

http://elev8staffing.com/ 

https://bitpay.com/ 

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Gunnar Hillert | 18 Nov 20:22 2014

November 2014 Pre-Meeting Hangout

Hi everybody!

I know a little on the late side ... sorry for that.

The AJUG November 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 in 3 hours - Tuesday, November 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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Jay Zimmerman | 14 Nov 19:13 2014

Last Call...Register Today for the 2014 Rich Web/Continuous Delivery Experience returning Dec 2-5th to Fort Lauderdale

Take Your Web/CD Skills to the Next Level
Join us in Fort Lauderdale, FL - December 2 - 5, 2014
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The Rich Web Experience / Continuous Delivery Experience
is the event that brings together web architects, developers,
and designers who are changing the face of the web.  You will
gain a deeper understanding of emerging technologies, fresh
ideas, and best practices.

http://therichwebexperience.com

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RWX 2014 will offer a 120 sessions/workshops on:
AngularJS, HTML5, CSS, Ember.js, Backbone, JavaScript,
iOS, Android, Mobile Web, Responsive Design, NoSQL,
Grails, Web Security, Cloud,  and more.

JUG Discount
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JUG members are eligible to receive an additional $75 discount!
To take advantage of this offer use the discount code: rwxcdx75ug

Featured Speakers
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- Neal Ford - Application Architect at ThoughtWorks, Inc.
- Connie Finkelman - Front-end Experience Architect
- Pratik Patel - CTO TripLingo & Code Hacker
- Stuart Halloway - President of Cognitect
- Ken Sipe - Architect, Web Application Security Expert
- Brian Sam-Bodden - Rubyist, Java author and Open Source Advocate
- Raju Gandhi - Java/Ruby Developer/Language Geek
- Nathaniel Schutta - Author, speaker, software architect focused on user interface design.
- Brian Sletten - Forward Leaning Software Engineer
- Kenneth Kousen - Author of "Making Java Groovy"
- Matt Stine - Platform Engineer, Cloud Foundry at Pivotal
- Johnny Wey - Vice President, Engineering at MapVine
- Josh Long - Developer Advocate
- Christopher Judd - Developer, Consultant, Author & Mobility Expert
- James Harmon - Android Trainer and Consultant
- Daniel Hinojosa - Independent Consultant/Developer
- Adrian Cole - Cloud Engineer at Twitter
- Steven Pousty - Steve is a developer evangelist for Red Hat's OpenShift
- Gabriel Dayley - Web Warrior
- Judson Flamm - Chief Architect | iGlobal Stores
- Peter Pavlovich - Principal Cloud Engineer, Kronos Incorporated
- Aaron Frost - Front End Junkie, Author, Aspiring Designer
- Arun Gupta - Director of Developer Advocacy at Red Hat
- Andy Painter - CTO of Davisbase Consulting
- Thomas Valletta - Mobile Architect
- Craig Walls - Author of Spring in Action
- Joe Barnes - Senior Software Architect at Mentor Graphics
- Jerry Gulla - Senior Development Manager at Sonos
- Andrew Glover - Engineering Manager, Netflix

http://therichwebexperience.com

Workshops
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RWX / CDX 2014 will include 11 optional full-day workshops, including:

- Building Native iOS and Android apps with JavaScript and Titanium
- The JavaScript Developer's Toolchain Workshop
- Angular Workshop
- Developing Reactive Apps with Play Framework and Akka
- Developing Web Apps with Grails
- Android Workshop
- Semantic Web Workshop
- Web Application Security Workshop
- iOS Workshop
- Ember.js Workshop
- Continuous Delivery Workshop

In addition, RWX will offer over 20 half-day workshop sessions.


Two Great Events
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RWX / CDX will be held in conjunction with The
Continuous Delivery experience.  CDX will focus on
automation techniques used to create better software
for the Java Platform.  CDX is your opportunity to learn
from automation experts; covering Continuous Delivery,
Cloud, Jenkins, Sonar, Chef, Puppet and Gradle projects.
Your pass to RWX / CDX includes access to The
Continuous Delivery Experience.

http://therichwebexperience.com

Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
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Where miles of spectacular soft sand beaches meet the
far-reaching blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean stands
The Westin Beach Resort, Fort Lauderdale. An oceanfront
retreat with an inspirational setting on Fort Lauderdale
Beach.


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Save time and money.  We are offering all inclusive travel
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http://therichwebexperience.com


We hope you will join us in Fort Lauderdale!


Jay Zimmerman
2014 RWX / CDX Symposium Director
jzimmerman <at> nofluffjuststuff.com
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Mike Barnes | 7 Nov 04:29 2014
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aggregate data collection

I have a problem where I need to be able to query multiple application servers which will be known at runtime and then return the results back to the requesting application.

Could someone suggest a framework or pattern that I could use for this purpose.  Originally, I was thinking that either Apache Camel or Apache Mule ESB could serve this purpose. But, after reading some of the online blogs and documentation, I am now beginning to think that these tools will not work for me.

Thanks
Mike Barnes
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Debbie D Shops | 7 Nov 00:58 2014
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to AJUG, JAVA training question

Dear AJUG members and JAVA experts,
 
Where do you recommend getting JAVA training for a 30 year mainframe COBOL DB2 developer? This individual is a self trained MS Access, VBA expert also.   
 
Thanks.
Debbie DeLoach
Cumming, GA
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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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