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February Gatorjug Meeting

Hello All, We'll have a GatorJug meeting this Wednesday, Feb 8. The location is TBA. Probably Santa Fe College room S326 as usual but mayb…

Started by Michael Levin

4 Feb 7, 2017
Reply by Michael Levin

Gatorjug February rescheduled to 2/16

Jackie Gleason has agreed to give a GatorJUG talk and the topic is  AngularJS. Jackie says he has his Neo4J/GraphDB preso handy, too. Hopef…

Started by Michael Levin

1 Jan 15, 2016
Reply by Dan Lackey

Gatorjug January

Hello and welcome to GatorJUG! This will be our first meeting of 2016. There's a lot going on in the Java world these days. JavaOne was a…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Dec 17, 2015

Early-access build b95 of JDK 9 is available for download

Hi All, Early-access builds of JDK 9 with Project Verona in b95 are available for download here https://jdk9.java.net/download The goal o…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Dec 7, 2015

JaxJug

Did you know JaxJug meets the same day Gatorjug does? This month, Carol MacDonald is giving a talk. I asked her whether it would work for h…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Jul 4, 2015

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