March is not over yet and we are thinking on April for our next event ;-)
This time we'd love to receive the visit of Cagatay Civici next 6th of April when he will share his knowledge about JSF, server rendering and front end frameworks.
Cagatay Civici is a member of JavaServer Faces Expert Group in JCP, the founder of popular PrimeFaces and PrimeNG projects. He’s a recognized speaker in international conferences such as JavaOne and in many local JUG events around the world.
JSF has come a long way since its initial release and managed to catch up with modern web development model. Combined with the popular PrimeFaces framework, JSF unleashes its true potential.
This session takes you on a tour of modern component based java development with server rendering featuring rich set of components, responsive design, powerful Ajax APIs, a real-time push framework with websockets, a mobile web renderkit, the dialog framework, extensive client-side validation and attractive page layouts. Also, to end the session, Cagatay will show to the audience how to create an app in less than 15 mins ;-)
At this moment we are looking for a place so if anyone is interested in hosting the talk, please send us a message, we will be really happy to come ;-)
Remember to RSVPed and see you next 6th!
miércoles, 22 de marzo de 2017
viernes, 10 de marzo de 2017
This month is going to be very busy (for too many people, for sure ;-)). In our case, we are really happy to announce a new interesting event for the next 22th of March, thanks to the visit of Ben Evans.
In this talk, Ben will discuss Java bytecode and classloading, and a new way to make the JVM environment suitable for running 'smart contracts' for cryptocurrency and blockchain applications, including R3's Corda and IBM Hyperledger. Developers who are interested in learning more about the JVM's bytecode, classloading should attend. No previous knowledge or experience of distributed ledgers, cryptocurrency or blockchains is required.
Ben Evans is an author, speaker, consultant and educator. He is co-founder of jClarity, a performance tools startup. He helps to organize the London Java Community and serves on the Java Community Process Executive Committee, helping define new Java standards. He is a Java Champion, 3-time JavaOne Rockstar Speaker and a Java Editor at InfoQ. Ben is author of “The Well-Grounded Java Developer”, “Java: The Legend”, the new edition of “Java in a Nutshell” and the forthcoming "Optimizing Java". Ben is a regular speaker and educator on topics such as the Java platform, systems architecture, security, performance and concurrency at companies and conferences all over the world.
At this moment we are looking for a place to hosting the talk, so if anyone is interested in hosting the talk, please send us a message, we will be really happy to come ;-)
Do not forget to RSVPed and see you next 22th!
martes, 28 de febrero de 2017
domingo, 12 de febrero de 2017
The app used in Code for Life is RapidRouter , a fun and engaging education resource which includes a coding game that helps teach children the basic principles of programming.
Built on 'Blockly', an easy-to-use visual programming language that's similar to Scratch, Rapid Router enables teachers to monitor and manage individual pupil progress and identify where more support is required.
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