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January 8, 2013

Mike Wood
Java Security Solutions

February 12, 2013

Brian Lavender

March 12, 2013

Tom Parker

April 9, 2013

Steve Holmes

May 14, 2013

Dick Weisinger (Formtek) & Hassan Janjua (Alfresco)
An evening of building content solutions with Alfresco
Alfresco is an open source Java based content repository that makes it easy to manage any kind of content such as office documents, PDF files, images, and media. We will introduce you to Alfresco and give you enough information that you can start building solutions. Almost every developer will have to deal with content at some point, and these presentations will help you avoid common headaches and mistakes. We hope to see you there.

June 11, 2013

Brian Lavender
Presentation on new ANTLR 4 features including a showing of a custom project used to parse COBOL data structures that can be used to transform data files into Java properties.

July 9, 2013

Chris Scheuble
Java PHP Bridge

August 13, 2013

Roberto Leibman
Current State of Scala Web Frameworks
The presentation includes two different takes on writing scala applications for the web, including a discussion of what alternatives are available The beginning section will give a brief introduction to scala and show how quickly it is to write a web application using either traditional tomcat or scala Play framework The advanced section will describe two applications in a bit more detail, the first one is a "house chores" application using rich internet technologies on tomcat, the second one is a more traditional looking web application running under Play. Discussion will include Web Tier, Database options, Build tools, dependency injection.

September 10, 2013

Robin (Rob) Anderson
Demo of XStream of [de]serialization library
XStream is a simple library to serialize objects to XML and back again.

October 8, 2013

Wayne Lund
Spring Batch, JSR-352, CloudFoundry and Spring.io overview

November 12, 2013

Fuad Malikov

December 10, 2013

Open Discussion