Monday Apr 14, 2008

GlassFish @ Silicon Valley Web Developer JUG - Tomorrow (Apr 15, 2008)


Project GlassFish: On a mission to please Developers is the topic of talk at Silicon Valley Web Developer JUG tomorrow (Apr 15, 2008).

Hear all about GlassFish v2, it's exciting set of features such as Metro, High Availability, Clustering, Grizzly, Scripting, SIP container, Tools integration (such as NetBeans and Eclipse) and many others that together deliver a compact and high-fidelity Java EE Application server. You'll also learn about GlassFish v3 and how, through modularization and embedability, it enables support for non-Java EE containers such as Rails, Phobos and others.

Read more details about agenda and food here. The food is served @ 6:30 and is consumed quickly ;)

Register here to be part of give-away drawing (advanced registration required) otherwise just show up @ 6:30pm!

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Thursday Mar 13, 2008

GlassFish and JRuby @ Silicon Valley Web Developer JUG - Mar 18, 2008

Vivek will be talking on JRuby support in GlassFish in Silicon Valley Web Developer JUG on Mar 18. The coordinates are:

GlassFish JRuby Logo Date Mar 18,. 2008
Time 6:30 - 8:30pm
Location Google, Inc. (map)
Tunis Conference Room, (Bldg. 43)
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway,
Mountain View, CA
Silicon Vallye Web Developer JUG Cost FREE
Register (optional) Here to participate in a free give-away drawing

The complete agenda for the evening is:

18:30-19:00 Arrive & mingle
19:00-19:45 Scala
19:45-20:30 JRuby

Here is the current status of JRuby/GlassFish:

Vivek leads the effort for different scripting languages in GlassFish so feel free to ask him any related question :)

Thanks to Kevin & Van for giving us the opportunity to talk!

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Wednesday Apr 18, 2007

GlassFish @ JUG report

As reported earlier, GlassFish team presented at Silicon Valley Java Users Group / Silicon Valley Web Developer JUG -AT- GooglePlex yesterday. The slides can be downloaded here.

Mike Van Riper, co-leader of Web JUG opened few minutes after 7 and then until 9pm we had some interesting discussions/demos around integrated NetBeans tooling experience, Web services support, .NET interoperability, monitoring, clustering, and many other topics. Thanks to everybody who attended. Feel free to leave a comment on this blog if you attended and liked it or would like us to improve.

Thanks to Abhijit for arranging the give-aways!


Mike Van Riper


Attendees @ 7pm


Harpreet Singh


Ludovic Champenois


Attendees


That's me!


Kedar Mhaswade


Shreedhar Ganapathy


Attendees @ 9pm

Here are some more references to validate our position:

Let us know if you'll be interested in a similar talk in your community.

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