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In this Article I will explore the watch service API introduced NIO.2 (JSR203) which is shipped with Java release 7, by an introduction explaining the main idea behind this API and the main concepts, and the software pre-requisites, then providing an example with implementation steps in how to implement it section, followed by explanation of the example working mechanism, and finally provide the references and closing conclusion with advanced examples, where it could be used and where not and article wrapping.
In this Article I will explore the watch service API introduced NIO.2 (JSR203) which is shipped with Java release 7, by an introduction explaining the main idea behind this API and the main concepts, and the software pre-requisites, then providing an example with implementation steps in how to implement it section, followed by explanation of the example working mechanism, and finally provide the references and closing conclusion with advanced examples, where it could be used and where not and article wrapping.
United Indian Java User Group. Home for all JUGs around India.
Java User Group is the community intented to bring together Java programmers, Java users in Kinshasa Rep. Dem. of Congo, Africa.
Web site for the Richmond Java Users Group, Richmond, VA
The JUG AFRICA is an umbrella Java User Group (JUG) for the entire continent that individual JUGs can affiliate with.
Capital District Java Developers Network
El portal de la comunidad de desarrolladores en Java en el Perú.
The prototype of Sailfin based on GlassFish v3
Lithuanian Java User Group is the community intented to bring together Java developers, Java users, and Java-driven companies in Lithuania.
The Boulder JUG meetings are always free and open to the public. We cover topics related to Java Software Development. This includes APIs, tools, frameworks, dynamic languages, agile practices, and more. BJUG meets the second Tuesday of each month (or the Tuesday before the DJUG meeting). Meetings begin at 6PM and includes two sessions. The first session is from 6:00 - 7:00 PM. We break from 7:00 - 7:30 PM for Pizza / Drinks and Networking. The second session runs from 7:30 - 9:00 PM. Meetings also include a few minutes for announcements; such as, job openings and other events. Meetings are held on the campus of the University of Colorado at: Wolf Law Building 2450 Kittredge Loop Road Boulder, CO 80309 Normally, we meet in room 207. That my change depending on availability. The Boulder Java User Group has been in existence since 1997. Jay Zimmerman has been the President of the Boulder JUG since late 1999. For 2009, Frederic Jean will be organizing speakers and hosting meetings.