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How did you hear about Codetown?
What are your main interests in software development?
I'm sort of a Java geek who also knows a thing or two about JSF/IceFaces, Spring, Tomcat, Postgres, Linux, Hibernate, TeamCity, Web Services, etc. I'd like to expand my knowledge to include more cloud development as well as technologies like JQuery, JSON, and anything that's up and coming.

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At 9:07am on May 5, 2015, Michael Levin said…
Great to meet you and I'm glad you're local. Stay tuned for location for the next OrlandoJUG. I should know soon. You might want to join OrlandoJUG Town here on Codetown, too.
At 11:57am on May 4, 2015, Michael Levin said…

Welcome to Codetown, Lance. You didn't say where you were located, but I hope if you're in the Central Florida area you'll join us for a Orlandojug or Gatorjug meeting.



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