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Tulsa Java Developers Group
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.
Project Keychain Identity Provisioning Gateway
Framework for simplifying provisioning.
This project performs powerful encryption of text based files. You can use codes up to 50 digits with or without characters.For added security you can also create unbreakable equations.
Eric Speigelberg shows how to use JSTL's URL encoding and a servlet filter to obfuscate or even encode parameters in each direction to thwart parameter-hacking.
May 20, 2008
Everything about the JVM in the New England Area
Java User Group for those in the Kansas City metro area.
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.).
GUI console to help manage certificates for java keystores.
A multi-tier approach to JEE access log handling. 1st tier includes pluggable components meant to be embedded in the monitored application (as an ejb interceptor, web filter etc.), and generate access events and forward them to the 2nd tier synchronous
JSF extension framework handling validation, RESTful urls, etc.
UKJUGS is a community of individuals with a common interest in Java. Our primary aim is to promote the adoption and understanding of Java and related technologies. Through our activities we aim to help beginners learn the fundamentals of Java programming and also assist those who are familiar with Java to discover new technologies.
An application for discovering and managing Sun SPOTs
Java user group for Java developers int he greater Eastern Washington / Northern Idaho, greater Spokane Washington area. Meets monthly from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm Pacific Time, on the 4th Friday of each month. Meeting location details posted on website and in email list.
codearmory.com is a non profit organization dedicated to help J2ee developer community by providing solutions to real life coding issues and design.
Ongoing library development for security on the Sun SPOTs
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.
multi-threaded (SSL/TLS enabled) client/server solutions
Another Hungarian Java User Group, wiki based Hungarian knowledge base.
To be a meeting point for all JAVA Technology users and developers. Opening possibilities for collaboration and knowledge interchange between beginners and senior developers.
Applications and sample code developed for Sun SPOTs
JUG of CSUP, is a group of undergraduates in area of faculty of science, university of peradeniya, who share an interest in Java technology. Many of us work with Java in our academic career. Others are students who love to worked with Java.
Comunidad de Desarrolladores Mexicanos.
Search the web for any string and store the results.
Identity Management for Service & Business Management