1. ADDventure Adult ADD Preparation

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    The ADDventure adult ADD support group meets to discus topics regarding ADDventure and to prepare for an oncoming meeting. The footage of the group was taken at the end of the summer during 2004.

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    • 21 Jun 2011 : Session Management: Good or BAD + Junit/Selenium/SauceLabs

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      It looks like the mini-talks format is working pretty well. We have 2 more great mini talks scheduled this month: Rethinking Users and User Session Management An evaluation and consideration of the Servlet Session API - developer aid or worst idea ever? Reviewing scale, serialization, clustering, testing, deployment and production implications of the Servlet Session API - and the pros and cons of alternatives. Presenter - Will Iverson, CTO, Dynacron Group http://www.dynacrongroup.com/about-us/ Will Iverson has been working in the computer and information technology field professionally since 1990. His diverse background includes developing statistical applications to analyze data from the NASA Space Shuttle, product management for Apple Computer, and developer relations for Symantec’s VisualCafé™. For nearly five years, Will ran an independent J2EE consulting company with a variety of clients including Sun, BEA, and Canal+ Technologies. He was Scrum Certified in 2004 by Ken Schwaber. Will worked for SolutionsIQ’s Professional Services group as a Practice Director and General Manager, with clients including at&t, T-Mobile, the State of Washington, and Microsoft. Web App Testing With Selenium and JUnit A demonstration of using Selenium in JUnit for efficient, repeatable web testing. Examples will cover recording tests using the Selenium IDE Firefox plugin, exporting into JUnit, and running tests in the cloud against selected browser versions using Sauce Labs. Presenter - David Drake, SDET, Dynacron Group http://www.dynacrongroup.com/about-us/ David Drake has five years experience testing enterprise-level java applications with automated suites. His IT career began at Varolii Corporation in a black box testing role, which developed into testing airline notification systems using serialization and reflection to dynamically model client data. In the past year, David has worked for Dynacron Group implementing Selenium and HtmlUnit tests in a continuous integration environment.

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      • 21 Feb 2012 : Running Java, Play! and Scala Apps on the Cloud (Heroku)

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        Heroku is a Polyglot Cloud Application Platform that makes it easy to deploy Java, Play! and Scala apps on the cloud. Deployment is as simple as doing a "git push". This session will teach you how to deploy and scale Java, Play! and Scala apps on Heroku. SPEAKER: James Ward http://jamesward.com/bio

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        • ADDventure Adult ADD Team Panel

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          The ADDventure adult ADD support group comes together to present a team panel on Thursday the 11th of November during 2004. The team speaks about properly choosing an ADD professional in order to efficiently manage the Attention Deficit Disorder that pertains to an individual or family.

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          • 18 Feb 2014 : SOTUJ and Q&A

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            In the spirit of the recent State of the Union address, Ted Neward will present a brief 'State of the Union: Java Edition' to describe what he sees going on in the Java world-and in the larger world of software development in general-and how it will affect those who are developing and running applications on the JVM. He'll then take questions from the audience on any loosely-related Java or JVM topic, until the audience runs out of questions, the meeting runs out of time, or the universe runs out of Diet Coke. Speaker: Ted Neward Ted Neward is the CTO of iTrellis, a consulting services company located in Bellevue, Washington. He is an internationally-recognized speaker at conferences on both Java and .NET, including Microsoft TechEd, Sun's JavaOne, the NoFluffJustStuff software symposia, JAX, and more. He's written a dozen books, hundreds of articles, blogs at http://blogs.tedneward.com, and has served on several Java JSRs and Microsoft 'Insider' review boards. He lives in Redmond, WA.

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            • Hopton Panto Support Group Treasure Island 2009

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              Hopton Panto Group Support Group For Kirkwood Hospice 2009 performance of Treasure Island.

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              • 15 Nov 2011 : OSGi & Eclipse RCP

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                In this talk I'll share experiences gained from building a workflow management application for a biomedical lab on top of the [OSGi module system] and the [Eclipse Rich Client Platform]. We'll talk about: What using OSGi and Eclipse RCP promises (and what it delivered). The relationship between Eclipse RCP and OSGi (and how to integrate other tools such as Spring and Hibernate). Building, testing and deploying such applications. How cost-effective sequencing of immune regions on our genome is revolutionizing medicine. PRESENTER: Eric Jain Eric Jain has been developing software in the field of bioinformatics for ten years, most recently at Scisco Genetics Inc, a Seattle-based startup affiliated with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. http://www.linkedin.com/in/ejain

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                • 19 Feb 2013 : Spring Data and MongoDB integration

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                  MongoDB (short for Humongous Database) is a document-oriented NoSQL database written in C++ that stores data in JSON-like (BSON) documents into dynamic schemas. MongoDB is emerging as one of the leaders in the document-oriented NoSQL space. Spring Data is one of the latest offerings from the Spring Source Community, and is focused on improving data access and persistence. Leveraging the venerable power of the Spring Framework, Spring Data purports to deliver a "familiar and consistent" programming model underpinned by the Spring Services and its IOC container. This session will explore Spring Data integration to MongoDB while covering the following key points: Intro to MongoDB, Intro to MongoVIEW, Intro to Spring Data, SpringData and MongoDB configuration, Spring Data templates, repositories, Query Method Conventions, Custom queries (custom finders), Customizing repositories, Meta Data Mapping, Indexes and Database References. SPEAKER: Jimmy Ray Jimmy is a JEE and SOA Architect with twenty years of experience in Information Systems with a focus on software development and business alignment. Jimmy focuses on architecture simplification. He has taught commercial and post-secondary level courses in IT and Business, presented at conferences in the U.S. and Europe, and has been a featured speaker at several Java user groups.

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                  • ADDventure Adult ADD Meeting

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                    The ADDventure adult ADD support group holds their meeting on Thursday the 9th of September during 2004. The meeting discuses aspects of ADD and material from various controlled tests regarding Attention Deficit Disorder.

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                    • 17 July 2012 : How to develop in NoSQL with Couchbase

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                      NoSQL has garnered tremendous attention in recent years as the basis of architectures for building large linearly scalable systems. As a document oriented database, Couchbase Server presents the user with a simple approach to storing and retrieving data across a cluster and handles replication, rebalancing and so on. Couchbase Server 2.0, based on the Apache open source license, which builds upon Apache CouchDB and Memcached, has rich querying capabilities of the distributed database through views built atop an always updating incremental map-reduce. We will see how to access the simple and yet powerful constructs using a variety of code samples. These samples will demonstrate how to use the client SDKs for Java, .NET, PHP, Ruby and many other languages. We will also look at some ETL examples for transferring data between Couchbase and Hadoop. Attend this session for a very quick overview of Couchbase NoSQL, the ecosystem and what it means to developers, architects and implementers. We will demonstrate with examples of how to use the different language APIs with liberal but simple code examples on Couchbase to drive home some of these concepts. We will also cover some real-life case studies from big social gaming applications. SPEAKER: Raghavan "Rags" Srinivas Raghavan "Rags" Srinivas is a Developer Advocate at Couchbase getting his hands dirty with emerging technology directions and trends. His general focus area is in distributed systems, with a specialization in cloud computing. He worked on Hadoop and HBase during its early stages. He has spoken on a variety of technical topics at conferences around the world, conducted and organized Hands-on Labs and taught graduate classes in the evening. Rags brings with him over 20 years of hands-on software development and over 10 years of architecture and technology evangelism experience. He worked for Digital Equipment Corporation, Sun Microsystems, Intuit and Accenture. He has worked on several technology areas, including internals of VMS, Unix and NT to Hadoop and HBase. He has evangelized and influenced the architecture of a number of technology areas including the early releases of JavaFX, Java, Java EE, Java and XML, Java ME, AJAX and Web 2.0, Java Security and so on. He is also a repeat JavaOne rock star speaker award winner. Rags holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the Center of Advanced Computer Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette

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