Important: New Location
We’re meeting at a new location this month: Prototek OKC. We are very grateful to Prototek for providing the accommodations for our meetings this summer.
When: Tuesday, June 10, at 11:30
We’re meeting on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 11:30 am at Prototek OKC, at 401 NW 10th st, Oklahoma City OK. Street parking is available nearby at no cost.
Topic: Generating PDF’s with Apache FOP and XSL.
Apache FOP is a processing tool that renders content in various formats from an XML (XSL-FO) document. Some of the formats are PDF, PNG, PCL, and AWT. We will discuss a very simple use case that starts with a Web form and ends with an email containing the attached PDF, generated by FOP.
Speaker: Erich Leipold
Erich Leipold is the COO of Confluex, an integration consulting company. He has been working in IT for the past 22 years, in various roles. He is primarily a Java developer, with additional experience in PHP, Python, and VB. Erich has been working in integration for the past several years, including using FOP for creating dynamic PDF documents.
This month we have two presentations, so get there early! First, Jason Richards will show us some tips about writing a resume from years of experience helping candidates tune theirs. Then, Jeff Bowman will present about lambdas in Java 8.
We’re meeting at 11:30am on Tuesday, May 13 at the Northwest Library. As always, lunch will be provided.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Please register for the meeting here.
Who: Chad Gorshing
Where: Northwest Library
When: Tuesday, February 18th @11:30am
Description: Today’s applications are getting more and more distributed everyday and it is well-known that distributed programming is hard. With Hazelcast though, distributed programming is easy and lots of fun. Chad will give an introduction to Hazelcast and how are some ways to use this tool.
What: AMQP messaging with RabbitMQ
Who: Ryan Hoegg
Where: Northwest Library
When: Tuesday, January 14th @11:30am
Description: AMQP is an open standard for messaging. We will learn about messaging, about the AMQP standard, and about the different messaging patterns we use to allow our applications and services to communicate using AMQP messaging. We’ll be using the open source RabbitMQ as our messaging server, and we’ll go over how to download it and set it up.
What: No topic
Who: No speaker
Where: NW Library
When: Tuesday, December 10th @11:30am
Register here: https://plus.google.com/events/caf7h0jl4msp7c8raungsfaroe8
Come enjoy the Holidays with your Java Family, showing your relatives and other loved ones that they are replaceable. We’ll have a Dirty Santa with door prizes, but feel free to bring a gift. There will be traditional Holiday pizza.