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Orlandojug - JavaFX

Time: April 23, 2009 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: DeVry Univ Room 114
Street: 4000 Millennia
City/Town: Orlando
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Phone: 407-622-WEBS
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: Michael Levin
Latest Activity: Apr 23, 2009

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JavaFX is a new RIA platform built on Java. Jim Clarke, the primary author of
JavaFX - Developing Rich Internet Applications (June 2009), will demonstrate JavaFX development live,
including sample REST applications.

Speaker: Jim Clarke is a Principle Engineer with Sun Microsystems and has spent the
last 12 years developing with Java. For the past 2 years, Jim has been working directly with JavaFX
and participated on the JavaFX compiler team. Jim is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame
and has been in the Computer Science field for 30 years. See for more info

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Comment by Nathan Kopp on April 23, 2009 at 2:42pm
Ohh.... I'm looking forward to hearing about JavaFX.

Of course, there's also the 800 pound gorilla in the room...... Will we be allowed to ask questions about the Oracle+Sun merger? Will Jim Clarke be allowed to answer them? :-)

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