Caroline Lewko from WIP shares how WIP helps developers negotiate the mobile ecosystem and talks about the new Mobile Developer Wiki that's currently in Beta. We finish up with two selections from her popular talk Top Ten Dating Tips for Developers.
BlueJ is the most used educational development environment worldwide. This presentation, by one of the lead developers of BlueJ, shows what BlueJ is, what it can do, and how it may be used in teaching and learning object-oriented programming. BlueJ is widely used at universities, colleges, schools and in OO training.
Alexandre Gomes and associates talk about game development with Dino and HoHoHo and the state of mobile and embedded development in Brazil.
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In this interview, Gary Thompson talks with two of BlueJ's developers, Michael Kölling and Ian Utting.
Brief Overview of new features in the upcoming release of the open source SCM Subversion including enhanced merge tracking and change set management as well as using CollabNet Desktop Edition within Eclipse to facilitate team based task and change management.
Why not let the data shape the GUI? Automatic GUI builders do just that, and in this article, Javier Paniza shows how OpenXava does it.
David Theron, Managing Director of iMob, shares is experience as a mobile developer in South Africa.
Van Riper describes how the JUG Map￼was created. He also demonstrates how individual JUGs can customize the JUGs Map to embed it in their own JUG pages like one that was set up for Silicon Valley JUGs￼
This talk will discuss the main contenders for the ownership of your business objects definitions, and comment on their consequences - and then follow up with a "less is more" approach to enable companies to gain the combined advantages of all the platforms by extending the EDR pattern to also include Master Data Service features.