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Location: Gainesville, FL
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Latest Activity: May 9

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Hello, GatorJUG!

Welcome to your new home on the web. This is going to be a much more sociable place to get together - virtually. Our legacy site,, will still be available for static info. Check the Codetown Events section for meeting info.

Meanwhile, take a look around CodeTown while you're here. This framework is Java-based with a PHP front end. We've got many groups here to peruse. Our meetings will be listed in the Events section.

Have fun!

All the best,

Michael Levin

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Tim Lord of Slashdot is coming to GatorJUG!

I met Tim last July in Portland at OSCON. He's a cool, super interesting and funny guy. Senior editor at Slashdot. We hit it off right away. He lives in Austin and just hit the road for the 1000 mile drive to Gainesville! So, I hope you all can make the next GatorJUG on Wed. It's going to be great. Details here:, what is Slashdot? Slashdot is a website that carries news and information with a very active reading audience. My first blog used Slashdot's framework,…Continue

Tags: thinkgeek, Gainesville, Slashdot, Tim, lord

Started by Michael Levin May 8.

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Started by Michael Levin Apr 1.

GatorJUG April 8th

Hello GatorJUG! We have a special guest on the 8th: Chris Schaefer of the Sarasota JUG is driving up to tell us about his experiences organizing the group. Chris is a consultant with Pivotal, so it's an opportunity to meet someone with world class software consulting experience. Chris recently took the step to rename the group Sarasota Software Engineers, which is an interesting move. formerly www.sunjug.orgLet's mark our calendars and give Chris a warm welcome from Gainesville. Stay tuned for meeting place. I am trying to arrange our next meeting at the Innovation Hub!Here's the announcement: …Continue

Tags: codetown, schaefer, gatorjug

Started by Michael Levin Mar 17.

GatorJUG Wed 3/11 6-8PM at First Magnitude Brewing 1 Reply

We had such a great time at First Magnitude I think we'll make a habit of it! When the sun sets, they have a firepit and ample seating. We can even toss a frisbee - here's one before First Magnitude love:And, after:Thanks to local entrepreneur Steven Kanner of for donating the fine Frisbee. Here's some of what we talked about at the February meeting:"Boy, we had a fantastic time yesterday at First Magnitude. Conversations were very diverse and included how C++ version 11 includes lambdas, wearable devices, Swift, WWDC and potential of developing apps…Continue

Tags: manitude, first, codetown, gatorjug

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