Roy Ben Hayun on Java ME on Symbian OS
April 24, 2009
Lithuanian Java User Group is the community intented to bring together Java developers, Java users, and Java-driven companies in Lithuania.
Vladimir Savchenko of Sound of Motion talks about their Java ME application that transforms their cycles into advanced cycling computer.
April 7, 2009
Daniel Green from Sun Microsystems talks about computers in education,
getting kids excited, and computer clubs on thumb drives.
March 30, 2009
Java Application Terminal Alignment Framework
Sensor-motor gloves and programm interface to them
db4o is the open source object database that enables Java and .NET developers to slash development time and costs and achieve unprecedented levels of performance. The unique design of db4o's native object database engine makes it the ideal choice to be embedded in equipment and devices, in packaged software running on mobile or desktop platforms, or in real-time control systems - in short: in all Java environments, where no database administrator (DBA) is present.
Ian Utting from the University of Kent and BlueJ and Greenfoot development talks about both products while at SIG/CSE
March 13, 2009
Squawk port to Sun SPOT platform. All issues should be reported to the Squawk project tracker.
Comunidad Java de Venezuela (Venezuela Java User Group) enfocada en promover Java y su tecnología relacionada en el país. Un grupo donde podamos compartir conocimiento, información y experiencias entre profesionales y estudiantes.
Solomon Saul of DigiQuest shares his experience with games development on TV with Java as a programming language and the transition of DigiQuest products to mobile devices.
March 3, 2009
Tomas Brandalik and David Pulkrabek tell about the new features in the Early Access release of the Java ME Software Developer Kit
February 25, 2009
Floggy is a free object persistence framework for J2ME/MIDP applications. The main goal of this framework is to abstract the data persistence details from the developer, reducing the development and maintenance effort.
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.
Eric Klein, VP of Java Marketing, tells you just about everything you want to know about the Java FX 1.1 release that is targeting mobile devices.
February 11, 2009
A collection of applications and value adds for Sailfin
Thomas Schüppel of bit-side talks with Terrence about his companies experience developing on mobile devices.
February 5, 2009
Daniel Steinberg did a walk about the floor at the Mobile, Media and eMbedded Developer Days soliciting comments from the various attendees.
January 27, 2009
Mobile game with augmented reality
Phil Bender talks about the OpenCable project, its relationship to Tru2Way and his talk on the Tru2Way Roadmap and Mobile, Media, and Embedded Developer Days.
January 14, 2009
The Prosciutto Project is defined around an open source, data-driven mobile application engine implemented in J2ME. You could think of it as a rapid application development framework, or a distributable mobile application engine that aims to address the problem of device fragmentation. The idea behind it is that of the use of a very basic markup language in order to define UI objects and behavior. The string representation (i.e., markup lanaguage) will be interpreted by ZAMAE (ZA Mobile Application Engine) in order to produce a graphical, on screen representation ("appearance") of each object defined, and with a specific behavior for each object as well.
The Java Developer's Network (JDN), located in the Capital District of New York State, is a users' group dedicated to the JAVA™ platform
Through its members, the JDN provides a unique forum for developers of all experience levels to engage in technology presentations, cross-training improving Java Skill sets and social interaction.
The JDN accomplishes its mission through a member-built web site, monthly meetings at entertaining locations, short seminars, and contact with local & national software companies.
Juraj Svec and Jan Sterba of the JavaFX Mobile development team are preparing for JavaFX/Mobile presentations at Mobile, Media, and eMbedded Developer Days. Here them talk about the challenges in developing this platform in this introduction to JavaFX/Mobile.
January 6, 2009
Sean Sheedy was recently elected a JCP ME Executive Committee and is soliciting feedback on what developers think the EC should be addressing.
December 31, 2008
Java User Group Graubünden - Switzerland
Eric Areseneau, M&E Governance Board member and Squawk project lead, was recently written up as a Contrarian Mind. Listen to his ideas on getting a Java Virtual Machine in small embedded systems.
December 22, 2008
Jonathan Knudsen talks about the LWUIT
and the LWUIT Half Day Tutorial that he and Chen Fishbein will be giving the day
December 17, 2008
A next-generation portal framework