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January 12, 2016

Rob Anderson
Mixing JavaScript and Java: Old and New
JSR 223 and "Invoke Dynamic" (InDy).

Rhino vs Nashorn � vs Node.js - similar but different, speeding things up.

Using "jjs" for scripting, with extra POSIX goodness.

Using JS from Java

(if time allows) An alternative to the MEAN stack (Mongo, Express, Angular, Node)

February 9, 2016

Alex Black and Ethan Eldridge
Java8 Lambdas and their Usage

March 8, 2016

Roberto Liebman
Web development with Scala
End-to-end web development using Scala, using akka-http (formerly spray) on the server and scala.js (with react/elementalui) on the browser.

April 12, 2016

Open Discussion

May 10, 2016

Open Discussion

June 14, 2016

Open Discussion

July 12, 2016

Bob Rowden
Firebase is a high performing, NoSQL solution, based on JSON, that works well with Java. Whether you are building an Android app or any Java-based application, Java can talk to your Firebase datastore quickly and easily, real-time and with authentication. Code that demonstrates examples of this will be presented.

August 9, 2016

Open Discussion

September 13, 2016

Tom Parker
Building (Restful) web services in Java: an easier way
A look at a relatively simple and lightweight framework called DropWizard for developing RESTFul web services in Java leveraging mature libraries. Includes: exposing endpoints as web services marshaling data to/from json testing deployment server orm/db support metrics

October 11, 2016

Open Discussion

November 8, 2016

Robin Anderson
Java Beans, Abbreviated with Project Lombok
Lombok is a library that uses annotations to generate full Java code from abbreviated Java code, so only the *non boilerplate* access/creation code needs to be viewed (as well as written).

December 13, 2016

Open Discussion