Re: [ajug-announce] AJUG Meeting - June 15 <at> 7:00pm: The Reluctant Client-Side Developer
If you're planning on attending tomorrow night's meeting, please
remember that we're meeting at the NEW LOCATION, and not the one
you've been coming to for the past few years. The Atlanta Marriott is
where we saw Kirk Pepperdine a couple of months ago and where the No
Fluff, Just Stuff Software Symposium has been held for the last couple
of years. It's near Perimeter mall, (not too far from the MARTA train
station) tucked behind Fudrucker's.
Here's the information from the AJUG website:
Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center
246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30346 USA
See you tomorrow night,
"Any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science!"
Agatha Heterodyne (Girl Genius)
On Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 12:02 AM, Gunnar Hillert <gunnar@...> wrote:
> Hi Everybody!
> Thanks everybody for coming to the special meeting we had last Thursday. It
> was a great turnout and we continued talking about technology afterwards all
> the way until midnight at a restaurant nearby. Hans Dockters even
> preliminarily agreed to speak at DevNexus 2011!
> And lucky for us AJUGers, this Tuesday we have yet another chance to learn
> new things and to mingle among our peers - It is time for our regular AJUG
> meeting. Tim Crowley will be presenting "The Reluctant Client-Side
> Developer". Please see the details below.
> This month's meeting details:
> When: June 15, 2010 <at> 7:00pm
> Where: Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center
> 246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30346 USA
> Who: Tim Crowley
> What: The Reluctant Client-Side Developer
> Most Java developers are quite happy to focus their efforts on server-side
> code; they view the browser as an untamed world that is plagued by
> cross-browser incompatibilities, cryptic markup, and sub-standard scripting
> languages. However, new approaches are emerging which attempt to "tame" the
> browser. In this talk, Tim will present technologies such as the Dojo
> toolkit, JSON, and REST. But more importantly, he'll present it from the
> perspective of the J2EE developer. If you've ever wondered how to leverage
> talk is for you.
> Our Speaker:
> Tim Crowley is an Enterprise Architect who works for an International
> company that makes Machines for Business. His current responsibilities focus
> on integrating global systems and exploring new and emerging technologies.
> Our Sponsors (Thank you!):
> * 4t Networks (http://www.4tvirtual.com)
> * Anteo Group(http://www.anteogroup.com)
> * Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)(http://www.theice.com/jobs.jhtml)
> * JBoss (http://www.jboss.com)
> * Sun/Oracle (http://www.sun.com)
> * Matrix (http://www.matrixresources.com/)
> * GCA Technology Services (http://www.gca.net)
> * Adorsys (http://www.adorsys.com/)
> Our Location:
> Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center
> 246 Perimeter Center Parkway NE
> Atlanta, Georgia 30346 USA
> Phone: 1-770-394-6500
> I hope to see you all there!
> If you would like to present on Java/JVM related topics at our monthly AJUG
> meetings and/or at the DevNexus 2011 conference, please contact us at info
> at ajug dot org.
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