JUG Meeting – December 2013

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/12/2013
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Palas Congress Hall - Mozart Room

Category(ies)


Android Pro Recipes

Gabriel Dogaru

Summary

We will be discussing solutions and best practices to common problems in Android.

The lifecycle of an app, fragments, dependency injection & other.

Bio

Gabriel has been playing with Java frameworks for over 6 years, with experience ranging from web applications, build systems, distributed systems and most recently Android app development.

Currently  he is a full time IT consultant on Android & Java web projects.

Sponsor: youngculture 

youngculture Group is a Swiss software engineering company founded in 1996, with 150 employees at locations in Zurich (headquarters), Munich (Germany), Vienna (Austria), Belgrade (Serbia), Nis (Serbia) and Iasi (Romania). youngculture specializes in solutions for business areas Nearshore Software Development, E-Commerce/Web and Mobile Applications.

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We have prizes for October and November meetings

It is a great pleasure to announce everybody that during October and November meeting we will be giving away one edition of  “Practical Unit testing With *** and Mockito” from http://practicalunittesting.com each meeting.  

Hope this helps you become code testing masters and more valuable JUG members 🙂

 

Practical Unit Testing

Write great unit tests using the most
popular technologies of the Java world!
Learn how to use JUnit, TestNG, Mockito
and many other tools to unit test your
code.
● Gain confidence that your code really works
● Develop code following the TDD approach
● Use mocks, stubs and test-spies intelligently
● Increase your awesomeness! 😉

For more info please visit :

http://practicalunittesting.com

 

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JUG Meeting – October 2013

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/10/2013
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Centric

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Scala Parser Combinators 

 Dan Vulpe – Centric

Parsing input can get tricky when handling edge cases. As software engineers we either use or implement parsers frequently.

During this session we will learn about Scala generic parsers by implementing a few using TDD.

To get the most of this session you should be familiar with Scala syntax and implicit conversions.

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JUG Meeting – September 2013

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 18/09/2013
6:30 pm - 7:45 pm

Location
Ramada

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2013 fall season starts with a meeting at Ramada, sponsored by Ness https://www.facebook.com/iasi.ness

Presentations:

Java Date and Time – Past and Future 

Iulian Dogariu – Ness

Reasoning correctly about dates and times seems easy but is not.

Designing a good date/time API is even harder.

We will be looking at how Java got it wrong so far, and how things will change with the upcoming JDK 8.

Afterwards there is the usual socializing schedule on a beer.

Please register

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Vacanta

Salutare,

JUG-ul a intrat in vacanta de vara. Revenim la toamna cu noi subiecte interesante.

Daca vreti sa prezentati ceva in toamna (ceea ce ne dorim si noi) sau daca vreti sa fiti gazda unui eveniment JUG (ceea ce de asemenea ne dorim si noi) ne puteti contacta la iasi[punct]jug[la]gmail.com, pe Facebook sau individual pe oricare dintre noi.

 

Pe curand,

JUG Iasi

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JUG Meeting May 2013

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/05/2013
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location
Endava

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In May we meet again at Endava .

 

Presentations:

 

Introduction to Distributed Transactions (XA) 

Cezar Coca – Endava

This is a technical presentation on enabling transactional access to file system in a portable, standardized, and easily accessible way. The proposed solution leverages on JTA and JCA specifications and uses the Apache Commons Transaction library.

 

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JUG Meeting April 2013

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 24/04/2013
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Endava

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In april we have a special guest Vincent Massolhttp://about.me/vmassol

To put it in his own words, 

“Vincent is the CTO of XWiki SAS and an active committer of the XWiki open source project. Before being paid to work on open source he spent over 10 years working nights and week ends having fun on various open source projects (committer on Apache Maven, creator of Apache Cactus and Codehaus Cargo to name a few). 

Vincent also co-authored 3 books: JUnit in Action , Maven: A Developer’s Notebook and Better Builds with Maven. He’s a regular speaker at IT and Java conferences and also a member of LesCastCodeurs podcast, a French podcast focusing on news in the Java world at large.”

 

Presentations:

 

XWiki as a web development platform

When developing a web application the traditional way is to develop the application from scratch using a general purpose language such as PHP, Grails, Java/JSP, etc. This presentation will show that a second generation wiki (examples based on XWiki: http://xwiki.org) can be used as a web development platform to develop applications on top of it, providing much if not all the needed infrastructure scaffolding.

The advantages are similar to those of using an application sever. However whereas an application server offers technical services only, a wiki platform offers higher level services such as content management, rendering, storage, WYSIWYGeditor, user management, and a lot more.

Not only are these services offered, you can develop using them in your traditional IDE or in the runtime, directly in wiki pages. This allows developing web applications extremely quickly with a fast turnaround time, which is perfect for adhoc web application development.

 

Developing the XWiki open source project

The practices and strategies used by the XWiki open source project for developing the software: – governance

– coding
– release process
– testing project health

Everything you’ve always wanted to know about an open source project but never dared ask!

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Iasi-JUG Martie – Building Your Java Code

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 13/03/2013
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Pentalog

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Building your Java Code

martie 2013

Agenda:

Free talk about how Java projects are built

A discussion regarding the most popular java building frameworks today: ant, maven, gradle etc. and build automation

Maven beyond “Hello world”

by Gabriel Dogaru

An in-depth view on Apache Maven. What you should do to succesfully use maven in your corporation and to avoid shooting yourself in the foot.

 

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