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OrlandoJUG - Embedded Java SE - JavaSE running on ARM, PowerPC, ATOM at DeVry University

March 24, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm
This month, Jim Clarke will give a talk on Embedded Java SE - JavaSE running on ARM, PowerPC, ATOM, and Oracle will provide refreshments! Jim gave this presentation for the GatorJUG last month. There are subtleties that…See More
Mar 24, 2011
Derek A Myers replied to David Hymes's discussion Is Java development going to take over the industry? in the group TampaJUG Town
"This is a good resource for tracking the popularity of programming languages. http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html Isn't it better to be a little more objective in backing up one's opinions? Java has been…"
Sep 16, 2009
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TampaJUG Town

Tampa Java developers, this is your place on the web! Vlad Vivien hosts the TampaJUG with informative meetings monthly. Join us here on Codetown and get to know eachother...virtually!
Sep 16, 2009
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Aug 17, 2009
Michael Levin left a comment for Derek A Myers
"Welcome to Codetown, Derek! All the best, Mike"
Aug 17, 2009
Derek A Myers is now a member of CodeTown
Aug 17, 2009

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What are your main interests in software development?
Have intererst in both development and design
The area of usability such as UX is becoming necessary for better application development
Anything else you'd like to add? Where do you live? (optional!)
Studying Computer Engineering
spent several years doing technical support for Dell
have experience with cnc programming of 3-axis cnc router

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At 3:54pm on August 17, 2009, Michael Levin said…
Welcome to Codetown, Derek!

All the best, Mike
 
 
 

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