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Brett Miller is attending Michael Levin's event

GatorJUG at SantaFe College

March 13, 2013 from 6pm to 9pm
Hello GatorJUG,This month, March, we have the pleasure of another presentation from a special very talented developer for our monthly meeting. Curtis McMillan will be our speaker.TITLEWhy mock when Arquillian rocks?! ABSTRACTUnit testing is a waste of time.  Yep, I said it.  If your application runs inside a container, like say a Java EE application, how do you unit test code which depends on container provided services such as security, transaction management, and injection?  Well you simply…See More
Mar 11, 2013
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Brett Miller joined Michael Levin's group

GatorJUG Town

Gainesville JUG, this is your place. Gather here to network, trade tips and ideas, or ask questions. You can create discussions and upload code. Check the Codetown Events section for meeting info.
Feb 14, 2013
Brett Miller and Michael Levin are now friends
Feb 14, 2013
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"Hi Brett and welcome to Codetown. Looking forward to meeting you at tonight's GatorJUG. All the best, Michael"
Feb 13, 2013
Brett Miller is attending Dan Lackey's event

GatorJUG meeting at Santafe Campus, Building S, Room S-316

February 13, 2013 from 6:30pm to 9pm
Come visit with other programmers, listen to Michael Levin. Mike's an experienced programmer, small business owner and computer consultant. He will speak about owning a small business and how to run a computer…See More
Feb 13, 2013
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Feb 13, 2013

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At 10:38am on February 13, 2013, Michael Levin said…

Hi Brett and welcome to Codetown. Looking forward to meeting you at tonight's GatorJUG. All the best, Michael


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