This meeting will be a panel format discussing local tools and processes for member developers. Our panel of experts is composed of volunteers.
Place: NW Library
Time: June 11th 11am
Volunteer and register to attend: https://plus.google.com/events/chirhpm53b5rbji9jc8kejfv1c0
Also, we will be having officer elections: https://plus.google.com/b/105032475714454328144/105032475714454328144/posts/CCib2SgrZbD
If you volunteer to server, you get free pizza!*
* Everybody gets free pizza
Come see Jason Lee present on AsciiDoc and Awestruct.
Tuesday, May 14th, 11:30am at the NW Library.
Register here: https://plus.google.com/events/cd5nms7agce3h6vh9gprs8rk66o
What: Developing Next Generation Apps
Where: Library at NW122 east of MacArthur room B
When: 11:30 am to 12:45 pm
Who: Craig Walls (author of Spring in Action)
Brought to us by No Fluff Just Stuff coming to Dallas on May 17-19
For a long while, we’ve built applications pretty much the same way. Regardless of the frameworks (or even languages and platforms) employed, we’ve packaged up our web application, deployed it to a server somewhere, and asked our users to point their web browser at it.
But now we’re seeing a shift in not only how applications are deployed, but also in how they’re consumed. The cost and hassle of setting up dedicated servers is driving more applications into the cloud. Meanwhile, our users are on-the-go more than ever, consuming applications from their mobile devices more often than a traditional desktop browser. And even the desktop user is expecting a more interactive experience than is offered by simple page-based HTML sites.
With this shift comes new programming models and frameworks. It also involves a shift in how we think about our application design. Standing up a simple HTML-based application is no longer good enough.
What: Practical Integration with Mule
Where: Library one NW122 east of MacArthur
When: 11:30 am to 12:45 pm
Who: Ryan Hoegg
Register: register here on G+
Ask a random IT person about the systems in his environment, and chances are that the answer will sound something like this:
“Well, we are almost done with the new release of Whiz Bang, which uses Spring Data, AMQP, and MongoDB with a lot of jQuery for the front end. That’s being held up because of our maintenance release of Beige and Dusty, which most of our customers use. They both send information to FileCabinet 11.8r3, which we bought from a vendor 16 years ago, and we still have our invoicing system in Decrepit 6, which runs on AS400.”
It seems like everyone has a bunch of different systems with a lot of different technologies involved. Integration is what we do to get them all working together.
This talk is about how to do integration with Mule ESB, and includes a walk through of an example project
Bio:Ryan Hoegg is a software nut, and works as an Integration Architect at Confluex
. He lives with his wife and children in Northwest OKC.