Atlanta Java Users Group

Atlanta Java Users Group

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 days ago

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  • There Is No Such Thing As A Short Term Hack

    One day during a review of some changes, a new user interaction was introduced that was basically making use of a toggle in the place of a checkbox. This gave rise to the desire to make other parts of the system have one user control for this behavior....Read more ›

Atlanta Java Users Group

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 days ago

New blog articles detected

  • Current Trends in the Java Job Market in 2017

    Current Trends in the Java Job Market in 2017 Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Ari Waller, Chief Recruiting Officer at Thompson Technologies will give an overview of the current Java job market trends in 2017. He examines the current and future…Read more ›

Atlanta Java Users Group

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • “Fireside Chat” with Venkat Subramaniam

    “Fireside Chat” with Venkat Subramaniam Tuesday, December 20, 2016 Here’s your chance to discuss software, agile, technology, etc personally with Dr. Venkat Subramaniam. Speaker Venkat Subramaniam Dr. Venkat Subramaniam is an award-winning author, founder of Agile Developer, Inc., and an…Read more ›

  • Java Cloud Transcendence: Moving up the Strata

    Java Cloud Transcendence: Moving up the Strata Tuesday, November 15, 2016 By any measure, cloud hosted workloads dominated the discussion in enterprise Java development in 2016. While there is no replacement for the application logic you write, there are ways…Read more ›

  • JRebel and WildFly Swarm in NetBeans

    I’m not a great company man; I use NetBeans instead of RedHat’s JBDS. However, I am at least a GOOD company man because I am using WildFly Swarm instead of Sprint Boot. I also use JRebel because I don’t like wasting my time waiting on my projects to build. The combination of the three, however, […]Read more ›

  • Not all JARs are created equally

    Not all JARs are created equally Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 Hate those e-mails “are you using some_vulnerable.JAR or some.vulnerable.class” on a project you or nobody has touched in years then your eyes dry over looking at the dependency hierarchy of…Read more ›

  • Integrating Stack Exchange and JIRA

    Introduction We are working to get the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform (RHMAP for brevity) Open-Sourced as FeedHenry and have discussed the usual array of community support options : mailing-lists, IRC, GitHub, JIRA, etc. However, the community is already using Stack Overflow to ask questions and get help from one another. This leads to a […]Read more ›

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