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24 Aug 2014 vBeers @ Miami - Biscayne Tavern - Wed Aug 27th [37926]
6pm - 9pm

Come out and connect with other professionals in your industry! vBeers is a great event meant to promote growth of the IT industry here in South Florida. Register today so you can be a part of this great monthly event! Feel free to invite all of your friends and co workers who work in the IT industry!

This will be a Sponsored event so beers are on us. Join us for an evening of creating connections and building your network in a relaxed and fun environment.

There is absolutely NO SALES PITCH, just FREE ice cold beers and tech talk!

  • Biscayne Tavern (Inside of the B2 Hotel)
  • 146 Biscayne Blvd
  • Miami, FL 33132

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22 Nov 2013 JavaFX Integration Strategies [33721]
by Adam Bien

With lambdas and support for asynchronous communication, JavaFX introduces new integration possibilities for back-end services

Adam writes, "You will rarely find isolated applications in the enterprise. An enterprise desktop application renders and manipulates the data of one or more back-end services exposed by an application server. In the old Swing and J2EE days, the communication was unidirectional and synchronous. JavaFX and Java EE 6 and 7 introduced a variety of new synchronous, asynchronous, push, and pull integration strategies. This article focuses on the integration of Java EE services with JavaFX applications..."
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07 Oct 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 147: Javier Fernandez Gonzalez on Java 7 Concurrency Cookbook [33195]
Podcast

Roger Brinkley's weekly podcast features an interview with Javier Fernández González who is "a software architect with over 10 years experience with Java technologies. He has worked as a teacher, researcher, programmer, analyst, and now as an architect in all types of projects related to Java, especially J2EE. As a teacher, he has taught over 1,000 hours of training in basic Java, J2EE, and Struts framework. As a researcher, he has worked in the field of information retrieval, developing applications for processing large amount of data in Java and has participated as a co-author on several journal articles and conference presentations..."
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25 May 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 133: Sivakumar Thyagarajan on JSR 322: Resource Adapters/Connectors in Java EE 7@jcp [31105]
JSR 322: JavaTM EE Connector Architecture 1.6

Sivakumar Thyagarajan works in the Cloud Application Foundation group at Oracle India. He leads the Connector Specification (JSR-322 <http://connector-spec.java.net>;) in the Java EE 7 Platform.

He has led the development of Contexts and Dependency Injection(CDI), Connectors and JMS integration modules in Project GlassFish, Sun Java System Application Server, and the J2EE SDK. He has been involved with the GlassFish project ( http://www.glassfish.org) since inception, and has worked extensively on Java EE based distributed enterprise application design and development. He blogs at http://blogs.oracle.com/sivakumart.

JSR 332 show notes:

  • Connector specification's java.net project
  • JSR-322 page on jcp.org
  • Connector 1.6 code samples to get started
  • Samples for the 1.7 specification would be part of the Java EE 7 SDK to be released soon.

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18 May 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 132: Shing Wai Chan on JSR 340 Servlet 3.1 [31008]
Dr. Shing Wai Chan, Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corporation

"Dr. Shing Wai Chan is a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corporation, specializing in J2EE, Java EE, application servers, web containers, and security. He is Spec Lead for JSR 340, Java Servlet 3.1 Specification, as well as implementation lead on the web container in GlassFish, the Reference Implementation (RI) of Java EE. Previously he was an Expert Group member helping develop JSR 196, Java Authentication Service Provider Interface for Containers (JASPIC), and he also worked on its RI, as well as the RIs for JSR 115, Java Authorization Contract for Containers (JACC); JSR 250, Common Annotations for the Java Platform; and JSR 315, Java Servlet 3.0 Specification..."
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