Comunidade destinada ao público usuário de Java e afins.
Tulsa Java Developers Group
Sun Campus Ambassadors Tom Martini Petreca and Lucas Torri talk about the Sun Campus Ambassador program and their work with SunSpots.
July 31, 2008
The New England Java Users Group (NEJUG) was formed in November 1998. It is open to everyone interested in Java and the JVM. Meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of each month. They usually start at 6pm, at the Sun Microsystems Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts.
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.
July 3, 2008
Alexandre Gomes and associates talk about game development with Dino and HoHoHo and the state of mobile and embedded development in Brazil.
June 28, 2008
David Theron, Managing Director of iMob, shares is experience as a mobile developer in South Africa.
June 23, 2008
Bug Labs is a new kind of technology company, enabling a new generation of engineers to tap their creativity and build any type of device they want, without having to solder, learn solid state electronics, or go to China. Hear Ken Gilmer from Bug Labs talk about this new product and the way it is extending phoneME advanced.
June 10, 2008
Nathan Smith, Application Developer Program Group Manager, and John Jones, Product Development Engineer at Sprint talk about their past and future involvement in LWUIT, Windows Mobile development and Titan development and Sprint Professional Developer Program.
June 4, 2008
Playground for LWUIT developers
In this article, Biswajit Sarkar makes the case for developing your own text display and menu class by custom painting a Canvas, thereby delivering the same experience on all ME devices.
June 5, 2008
A live recording from the Town Hall meeting at the Johannesburg Mobility Days.
May 28, 2008
Java ME application framework and build management system
The Lightweight UI Toolkit development team gather in a round table discussion about the library, it's goal and the impending open sourcing issues.
May 15, 2008
Daniel Steinberg takes his microphone and tours the JavaOne 2008 Pavilion giving listeners an opportunity to experience the booths in the Mobility Village at JavaOne 2008.
May 8, 2008
John Charles, CTO of the Australian based Airscape Technology shares his views of the mobile world and why he believes that now is the time to be developing applications for mobile devices.
May 1, 2008
Everything about the JVM in the New England Area
Razmig Sarkissian from Mobile Distillery talks to Terrence about Celsius, a software solution for porting and optimizing Java ME applications across over 800 phones.
April 24, 2008
Sun SPOT Plugin for NetBeans
Dalibor Topic talks about his first couple of days at Sun as the Java Free Open Software Ambassador.
April 18, 2008
The ctjug was created by the Java development comunity in Cape Town. We meet once every second month for a presentation and a general get together. The meetings are an ideal place to meet other programmers and exchange ideas. There are no fees required to join the ctjug and all are welcome, no matter what your level of java is and none programmers are welcome too (management etc.).
Roger leads a developer question and answer session of Australian developers at Mobility Days in Sydney.
April 2, 2008
Terrence talks with Phillip Candal about their new Scabler product that has integrated mapping and GPS solution and how it was developed by J2ME Polish.
April 1, 2008
Hoho Goblin is a MOD (Modification) of Dino Adventure
The player will command a dinosaur
SPOT-powered high-altitude balloon system (HW and Software)
Kevin Looney, Brian Kurotsuchi, and Mikhail Gorshenev talk about CQME and jtharness projects and their uses as a TCK testing tool and the possibility of using it for testing applications.
March 14, 2008