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Blog Archive for turbogeek during May 2005

Meeting people is always interesting (frightening sometimes, but interesting). Meeting people that you know from the internet is very interesting. I can not remember meeting one person that seemed like they did on the internet. The real-time experience enhances what you know and it is usually a little disorienting (ok, you will not really explode). But then there is a whole other class of...
Project Graduation and Project Spotlight Interview with John Reynolds, project owner of TapestryWebcomponentExamples One of the cool things about the Global education and Learning Community (GELC) is that we promote education of developers by fellow developers. In this case, John Reynolds, project owner of TapestryWebcomponentExamples, has offered up his time to manage examples concentrating...
We have four new projects are in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC). This week we have a project about optimization, a mind map for Java concepts, an open source factory modeler, and an IDE for the creation and study of Evolutionary Algorithms. Evolution-Opt - A Framework to resolve combinatorial optimization problems javamindmapped - Java Concepts Mind Mapped OK - Open...
Project Spotlight Interview with Ahmet Akin of project Zemberek. Project Name: Zemberek Summary: Turkish NLP library and Open Office Turkish Spellchecker Plugin Owner Names: Ahmet Akin & Mehmet Dundar AKIN City: Hato Rey, San Juan Country: Puerto Rico Tell us a little about yourself. I am 31 years old and originally an Electronics and Communications engineer. I worked in very...
Have you ever wished there was real focus on open source at JavaOne? Well, we have heard the call and are putting open source on stage all week long at JavaOne. Every day in the JavaOne Pavilion we are running mini talks on projects in the java.net community. The talks will be about 20 minutes long and run throughout the day. We will have a plasma display and seating for the audience in what is...