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04 Jun 2017 Ruby on Rails Meetup [63851]
Tuesday, June 6th, 2017: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Palm Beach Tech Space - West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach Ruby on Rails has joined forces with Palm Beach Tech and will now be able to use the Palm Beach Tech Space (map) for future Meetups.

As always - we welcome developers of all skill levels and experience.

We'll be coding at this event, so please bring a laptop. If you have an IDE set up on your laptop, fantastic! If not I recomend signing up for a free account at Cloud9. Feel free to email me at [masked] if you need any help getting your IDE set up before the meetup.

Brian Arpaio, Joseph Russo, Stephanie Buzano
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28 May 2017 Ruby on Rails Meetup [63828]
Tuesday, June 6th, 2017: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Palm Beach Tech Space - West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach Ruby on Rails has joined forces with Palm Beach Tech and will now be able to use the Palm Beach Tech Space (map) for future Meetups.

As always - we welcome developers of all skill levels and experience.

We'll be coding at this event, so please bring a laptop. If you have an IDE set up on your laptop, fantastic! If not I recomend signing up for a free account at Cloud9. Feel free to email me at [masked] if you need any help getting your IDE set up before the meetup.

Brian Arpaio, Joseph Russo, Stephanie Buzano
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21 May 2017 Netbeans vs. Eclipse: Comparing Two Java IDEs [63429]
Business 2 Community, May 12th 2017

"Why would you use an IDE over a text editor when creating an application?" asks Carey Wodehouse in Business 2 Community. "While text editors like Sublime allow you to write and edit code easily, for Java developers in particular sometimes you need a little more under the hood to get started and stay organized. When more complicated Java concepts come into play (things like Applets, the Swing GUI, frameworks like Struts, or Servlets) that's where an IDE like Eclipse or NetBeans can really accelerate productivity..."
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12 May 2017 Netbeans vs. Eclipse: Comparing Two Java IDEs [63261]
Business 2 Community, May 12th 2017

"Why would you use an IDE over a text editor when creating an application? While text editors like Sublime allow you to write and edit code easily, for Java developers in particular sometimes you need a little more under the hood to get started and stay organized. When more complicated Java concepts come into play (things like Applets, the Swing GUI, frameworks like Struts, or Servlets) that's where an IDE like Eclipse or NetBeans can really accelerate productivity..."
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05 May 2017 Friday Five - May 5, 2017 [63115]
Red Hat, May 5th 2017

The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.

  • Fortune - How Amazon and Red Hat Plan to Bridge Data Centers -TechRepublic - Red Hat: The cloud needs an OS, and OpenShift is just the thing
  • IT Pro Windows - Red Hat's Vision for an Automated Enterprise
  • TechCrunch - Red Hat launches OpenShift.io, an online IDE for building container-based applications
  • ZDNet - Red Hat's cloud love affair

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