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Mavrick OS

Hello Just a little food for thought... If you use the new Mavrick OS on a MAC do you like it? or hate it? Why and Why not? I would like to…

Started by Jack Stripe

3 Apr 4
Reply by Michael Levin

Does anyone have experience with the Paypal Sandbox?

I'm doing some Paypal work using Ruby on Rails, with test accounts in the 'sandbox', the area that duplicates the functionality of Paypal b…

Started by Kevin Neelands

0 Jul 2, 2013

OJUG Meeting 6/23

I just wanted to thank everyone that attended - it was nice to speak with everyone and I hope you found the information to be helpful and u…

Started by Beth Nieman

0 Jun 24, 2011

Why aren't more of us using JUnit?

We know testing works. We know unit testing is key. We know it's best to do test driven development. Why don't we do more of it? Is is lack…

Started by Michael Levin

1 Jan 11, 2011
Reply by Gary Gregory

Group games for the iPhone or iPad

  A co-worker is working  with a group that is using technology devices(iPads) to help better connect some “at-risk” kids with the world of…

Started by Dan Lackey

0 Oct 26, 2010

Dual Monitors and the repaint() in JAVA?

Hello all, I am “very” new to Java and fairly new to programming in general.  I have been reading the “Head First Java” book and while doin…

Started by Steve Wininger

0 May 13, 2010

We are looking for a mid-level Software Engineer.

Our client is looking for someone with OOA/OOD using Java in a Linux or Windows environment. Experience with OneSAF, Game Engine, CGF or ga…

Started by Laurie Cragan

2 Nov 18, 2009
Reply by Laurie Cragan

Some Java Concurrency Tips

Some Java Concurrency Tips a review of some concurrency tips from Joshua Bloch, Brian Goetz and others. http://www.dzone.com/links/some_jav

Started by Carol McDonald

0 Sep 18, 2009

The RIAA literally owns Jammie Thomas-Rasset (a copyright discussion for tech pros)

A jury of Jammie Thomas-Rasset's peers just levied a $1,920,000 fine against the young mother of 4 for sharing 24 songs on Kazaa. The defe…

Started by Sadien Intellectual Property

0 Jun 19, 2009

New Opera Unite: Are they kidding?

I'm glad to see Opera working to grow, and try new things... However, from what I am reading about this new product... nothing about what…

Started by Sadien Intellectual Property

0 Jun 17, 2009

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