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Nevada Java Users Group
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Everything about the JVM in the New England Area
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Logging frameworks have been a battle since day one and it's one of the things that makes the Java ecosystem too complex and is slowly fading from developers/ops concerns. Let's change this!
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NNTP Newsreader
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A Java API for HTML abstraction
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This project has created a set of lightweight components that enable you to develop applications with a N*XTSTEP look and feel, something that is not possible by simply creating a Swing PLAF. The components are compatible with Swing but only a few of them require Swing to operate.
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This is the Nigerian Java User Group aka naijadukes project site
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Synth based look and feel for Swing
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NL-JUG Dutch Java User Group
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Reference Implementation for JSR 351, the Java Identity API
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PURPOSE The Noida Java Users Group (NoidaJUG) is a registered JUG by Sun Microsystems for Java enthusiasts in order to. * Provide a forum for dissemination of knowledge. * Champion new evolving technologies. * Highlight best practices followed in Java technologies across the globe. * Deliver monthly technical and vendor presentations on the latest Java technologies. WHEN DOES IT HAPPEN? Last Thursday of a month between 6:30pm - 8:00pm
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NoORM is a Java open source project providing code generators and a runtime library to simplify and automate access to relational data residing in an Oracle database. NoORM follows a consequent database-centric approach. Any business logic represented in SQL queries is expected to be provided in PL/SQL stored procedures. NoORM can generate the required Java code for Java Beans, Java Enums and Java Services to exploit the power of Oracle to Java applications.
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Build Project Darkstar games without managed references
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NormandyJUG is a French local JUG which goal is to federate java users from Normandy. We spotted here that not everybody has the opportunity to join ParisJUG or other French JUG. So if you can't go to the JUG, the JUG will come to you ! We plan to make monthly or bimestrial meetings focusing on Java technologies (Wicket, JavaFX, AspectJ, Grails ...)
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Northern Virginia Java Users Group
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The Northern Virginia Java Users Group is a professional organization with over two thousand members, promoting the education of Software Engineering in general, and the use of Java and related technologies in particular. We meet regularly to network and attend high quality technical presentations. Traditionally, the NovaJUG has two standing meetings a month, on the second Wednesday and fourth Tuesdays. The meetings are in the McLean and Reston, Virginia areas respectively.
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nsclient4j
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We are the Group of NetBeans Users in Brazil, programmers who use or simply they admire the productivity that IDE of the NetBeans in offers them. Our main objective is to divulge its benefits in a software project, as well as, to collaborate with all the Java community in the sharing of tips, doubts and solutions concerning this tool.
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Nully
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Netbeans plugin add advance bookmark facility
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NumericalChameleon, a converter for a lot of units
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Nurdoo, an muslim lighting system
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NWS Ridge Radar
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Squawk JVM for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. Development of a port of Squawk and Sun SPOT for LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. The micro embedded systems targeted by Squawk makes it suited for the open source HW/SW platform provided by LEGO.
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NYC Java User Group. Lectures, workshops and study groups (hands on coding). Focusing on all Java related technologies for over 10 years. Stop by a general meeting (first Thursdays) at the NYPC meeting room at the New Yorker Hotel. Free and no RSVP required. Networking over dinner after meeting.
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Welcome to the New York Java Special Interest Group (NYJavaSIG). The NYJavaSIG is a technical community comprised of software engineers, application architects, technical managers and new media developers that have a common interest in all aspects of Java Technology. We currently have approximately 3,400 members and meet once a month. Past speakers include Calvin Austin, Arthur van Hoff, Jim Waldo, Ed Roman, Scott Oaks, Henry Wong, Doug Lea, Bill Day, Karl Jacobs, Ethan Henry, Nat Wyatt, David Sherr, Jonathan Nobels, Bob Pasker, Simon Phipps, David Chappell, Max Goff, Jose Moreira, Maurice Balick, Rinaldo DiGiorgio, Peter Haggar, Robin Roos, Anne Thomas-Manes, Duncan Johnston-Watt, Steve Ross-Talbot and even Penn and Teller!
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ODAL is database persistence framework with emphasis on maintainability and performance. Features include query API, ORM, data validation/conversion, stored procedure support, caching, code generation. Minimal dependencies. Short startup time.
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Cayenne Object Relational Framework is an OpenSource project offering a full featured Java object relational framework and GUI tools. It has an active and truly open community of developers and users.
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Provide support for OCAP Developer's Contest
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The CableLabs OCAP Reference Implementation
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This extension allows analysts to use the Octave language to build new operators in RapidMiner processes. It relies on a configurable pool of GNU Octave interpreters to handle concurrent access. It integrates in RapidAnalytics to schedule processes or provide them as RESTful web services. This extension relies on JavaOctave, a project to bridge java with Octave (http://kenai.com). Note: it can be downloaded directly through Rapid-I marketplace : http://rapidupdate.de:8180.
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Java incarnation of translator from OpenDocument format (odt) to html.
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A NetBeans Swing LAF made to mimic Office 2007
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OGC Schemas compiled with JAXB 2
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Java Users Group of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Open Layers For Java Server Faces
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Online Logbook for machine operations
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Omaha Java Users Group (OJUG.org) meets monthly. Everyone is welcome and we're always looking for non-marketecture speakers. We do not have dues; pizza (or some food) is frequently provided by local business supporters.
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A maven plugin to transfer files between a maven project and OmegaT translation projects.
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Omsk Java User Group
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Online Career Service
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OpenOffice.org File Viewer
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OpenCable
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Physics engine for Java
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Open eCom is open source Java B2B framework. Currently contains implementation of core B2B documents like Order, Invoice, Dispatch Advice, Receiving Advice etc. All documents are implemented according to GS1 eCom standard.
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Open Installer framework for building cross platform installers
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A set of translation tools, using standards such as XLIFF & TMX
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Open Message Queue (Open MQ) -- A complete JMS MOM Platform
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Open source project for creating Data Quality solutions
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Open source project for creating Data Service solutions
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Open source project for creating Master Index solutions
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Open source project for creating MDM, ETL solutions
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A database administration tool, suitable as front-end for your Teradata relational database. Used to easily query, update and administer your database, create reports and synchronize data.
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open-esb-build
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An advanced billing application for recurring transactions.
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openbluesky
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Open Content Delivery Server is a platform for content delivery.
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The goal have changed, now it is supposed to be platform for programming contests in some other format than ACM, perhaps in duel mode etc.
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Project OpenDMK
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OpenDS : the Open Source Java LDAP Directory Service
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OpenEco web development framework
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openesb
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OpenESB addons for GlassFish
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OpenForecast is a package of general purpose, forecasting models written in Java that can be applied to any data series. One of the design goals was/is to make it easy for a developer to use in an application even if they do not understand, or care to understand, the differences between the different forecasting models available.
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Java.net as an OpenID provider
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OpenJCR is an effort to create a content repository written in Java which adheres to the JSR-170 and the upcoming JSR-283 specifications as defined by the Java Community Process (JCP).
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This project provides the real OpenJDK6 project (http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk6/) with a public bug tracker and other infrastructure useful for the community.
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openjfx-stage-july
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Hospital Management Application
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Open source winlink2000 compatible java based tools
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Open Math Library
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OpenMark question system Please install from the lastest zip file in the downloads area
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Project Open Provisioning ToolKit (OpenPTK) is as an open source User Provisioning Toolkit exposing Java API's, RESTful Web Services, JSP Taglibs, JSR-168 Portlets and WSDL-based Web Services with user self-service and administration examples. The architecture supports several pluggable back-end services including Oracle's Identity Manager, Sun's Identity Manager, Sun's Access Manager, JDBC and LDAPv3
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Open Source Social Networking & Collaboration Platform
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The project enables the creation of community in the Internet environment, mapping community activities, eg. focusing on the academic community environment. The project is built on open technologies with the intention of creating an environment of open collaboration and the effective potential of those who have a common interest and want to cooperate. The project is build on standard approach Topic Maps. Development status:Under development
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open-source Service Provisioning Markup Language
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Identity services implementation for web applications *INACTIVE PROJECT*
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Development of OpenStack support for Solaris Virtualization Technologies, support for the OpenStack Services to run and be hosted from Solaris, and integration of all the above into the Solaris product.
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Collection of tools/simulators or anything for automation
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Framework to develop JavaEE / J2EE applications rapidly and easily. Allows to define applications just with POJOs, JPA and Java 5 annotations. Feature rich and flexible. Generates JSR-168 portlet applications
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Profiles for import into Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center. The profiles are for provision and upgrade of Oracle Solaris Cluster Software.
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The Enterprise Manager Ops Center Doctor utility (OCDoctor) checks requirements and identifies potential issues before deploying the Ops Center software and assists with post-deployment troubleshooting. The utility has an internal knowledge base for detecting known issues and workarounds. This project was initially started in October 2009 on Kenai.com.
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The main site for Oracle BPM Suite 11g sample code.
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Oracle Product Management project for BPM
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Sample applications created using Oracle Complex Event Processing - CEP
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Oracle Data Integration Code Samples
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Oracle Information Rights Management (IRM) uses encryption to secure and track ALL copies of an organization's sensitive documents and emails - regardless of how many copies are made, or where those copies are stored and used - even copies sent outside the firewall. Oracle IRM Hot Folders monitors file system folders and automatically seals (encrypts) files moved into them, to associated Oracle IRM classifications. Mature software (widely used by Oracle IRM customers).
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Oracle Information Rights Management (IRM) uses encryption to secure and track ALL copies of an organization's sensitive documents and emails - regardless of how many copies are made, or where those copies are stored and used - even copies sent outside the firewall. Oracle IRM Wrapper is a Java desktop application that can manually 'wrap' and 'unwrap' ANY file format on ANY operating system using the same classification-based rights model and encryption as the core Oracle IRM product.
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Information on Oracle's java-based tools and their accessibility. Including tips and tricks on how best to use them.
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This project is for people that are interested in creating extensions for the JDeveloper IDE. You can host your .zip bundles for inclusion in the 3rd Party Extensions Update Center, as well as create a Wiki page for your extension.
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This is a project to discuss and work with the Extension SDK for Oracle JDeveloper. We will host sample code, both source and .zip bundles when possible.
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This is an example application for showcasing Oracle WebLogic Features. It includes JPA 2.0, Coherence, JSF 2.0, PrimeFaces, JAX-RS, JAX-WS and Spring.
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Official location for the Oracle Service Bus 10.3.1 samples.
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Official Oracle sample code for the SOA Suite 11g release, Please see the wiki for details and additional features.
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The Product Management Official Samples for Oracle SOA Suite 12c Release
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Provides infrastructure for service testing and Oracle's SOA specificities, such as TaskList Service interaction, business events, AuditTrail access, and so on. Uses JAX-WS (for the WebService client implementation), Ant, JUnit, and Oracle Application Testing Suite (OATS). Check out the wiki.
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A Library to post to social networks.
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Oracle Solaris 11.2 Beta Issue Tracking
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The Oracle Tools project provides a collection of general purpose low-level Java tools, classes and interfaces for your applications. Included are classes to aid in the configuration and management of multiple runtime instances typically used for testing multi-server, multi-process distributed applications. This work originated from the Coherence Incubator and is now released and developed as an independent standalone library (without requiring Oracle Coherence).