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  • Sam Joseph
    [Forwarded on behalf of Eric Husher] I am looking for some local talented J2EE developers to be hired immediately to work on a Department of Defense contract.
    Message 1 of 8 , Apr 8 6:00 PM
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      [Forwarded on behalf of Eric Husher]

      I am looking for some local talented J2EE developers to be hired immediately to work on a Department of Defense contract. It is an exciting project that uses the Jakarta Structs frame work. Up to three candidates will be offered saleries ranging from 65K - 90K, depending on the experties level and full benifits with Camber Corporation. Security clearnances will be issued, so it will be important that those interested be U.S. citizens.

      If you could pass this information to anybody you might know in the Java Community on Oahu that might be interested, I would appreciate it. Those intersted can email their resumes directly to me. (ehusher@...) Turn around will be quick as I will start interviewing people as early as Monday, 11 April 2005, and offering positions to interested individuals within a week.

      Mahalo Nui Loa

      Eric Husher
      Camber Corporation
      Cell: (808) 255-2295
    • Sam Joseph
      Here are the HJUG meeting notes/slides from last month http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5¬e=81 We ll be
      Message 2 of 8 , Apr 19 8:59 PM
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        Here are the HJUG meeting notes/slides from last month

        http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5¬e=81

        We'll be announcing next weeks talk shortly.

        CHEERS> SAM
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        Message 3 of 8 , Apr 20 1:51 PM
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          This month's HJUG meeting will take place on Wednesday 27th April from
          6pm to 8pm.

          Check out the new web page:
          http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5

          Join the HJUG community:
          http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/home/register.php

          ********** LOCATION INFORMATION **********

          This month's meeting will be held in the POST building, room 302, at the
          University of Hawaii Manoa campus.

          http://www.hawaii.edu/cgi-bin/vtour?Manoa=l=POST

          UoH parking information is here:

          http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/visitorParking.html


          ********** NEW MEETING AGENDA **********

          The meeting's agenda is as follows:

          6:00pm - 6:45pm "Embedding JVMs into native applications" Main talk by
          Eric Meyer

          6:45pm - 7:00pm Discussion

          7:00pm - 7:15pm Pizza Break sponsored by Ikayzo http://www.ikayzo.com/

          7:15pm - 7:45pm Pattern Workshop - Sam Joseph introduces the "Abstract
          Factory" pattern

          7:45pm - 8:00pm Workshop discussion

          The talk abstracts and speaker biographies are as follows:

          Main Talk Title: Embedding JVMs into native applications

          Main Talk Abstract:

          This presentation will hopefully show how to use the JVM in native
          applications. Three example programs will be developed to illustrate
          various points in programming with the JVM. These examples are: a)
          Reimplementation of the Java launcher, b) loading classes and class
          loaders from nontraditional sources, and c) extending a simple http
          daemon to support the Servlet API (without the use of the Java
          networking libraries). Differences and similarities between Java and C
          will be examined.

          Main Talk Biography:

          Eric is a Unix programmer. He specializes in the synthesis of outdated
          technology and Java using a extensive catalogue of antipatterns. His
          current programming interests include: programming without loops, single
          threaded programming, and advanced vi editor technique. He is working on
          several books, including "Unix, the Savage God", "Fsck that File
          System", and the children's Unix primer "Nobody belongs to Nobody". Eric
          has spent the last 5 years at Sun Microsystem's Global Services Engineering
          Department. He currently gambles for a living.

          Pattern Workshop: Abstract Factory Pattern

          Workshop Abstract:

          Provide an interface for creating families of related or dependent
          objects without specifying concrete classes

          http://home.earthlink.net/~huston2/dp/factory.html

          http://www.industriallogic.com/xp/refactoring/polymorphicCreationFactory.html
        • Sam Joseph
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          Message 4 of 8 , Apr 27 10:11 AM
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            This month's HJUG meeting will take place on Wednesday 27th April from
            6pm to 8pm.

            Check out the new web page:
            http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5
            Join the HJUG community:
            http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/home/register.php

            ********** LOCATION INFORMATION **********

            This month's meeting will be held in the POST building, room 302, at the
            University of Hawaii Manoa campus.

            http://www.hawaii.edu/cgi-bin/vtour?Manoa=l=POST

            UoH parking information is here:

            http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/visitorParking.html


            ********** NEW MEETING AGENDA **********

            The meeting's agenda is as follows:

            6:00pm - 6:45pm "Embedding JVMs into native applications" Main talk by
            Eric Meyer

            6:45pm - 7:00pm Discussion

            7:00pm - 7:15pm Pizza Break sponsored by Ikayzo http://www.ikayzo.com/

            7:15pm - 7:45pm Pattern Workshop - Sam Joseph introduces the "Abstract
            Factory" pattern

            7:45pm - 8:00pm Workshop discussion

            The talk abstracts and speaker biographies are as follows:

            Main Talk Title: Embedding JVMs into native applications

            Main Talk Abstract:

            This presentation will hopefully show how to use the JVM in native
            applications. Three example programs will be developed to illustrate
            various points in programming with the JVM. These examples are: a)
            Reimplementation of the Java launcher, b) loading classes and class
            loaders from nontraditional sources, and c) extending a simple http
            daemon to support the Servlet API (without the use of the Java
            networking libraries). Differences and similarities between Java and C
            will be examined.

            Main Talk Biography:

            Eric is a Unix programmer. He specializes in the synthesis of outdated
            technology and Java using a extensive catalogue of antipatterns. His
            current programming interests include: programming without loops, single
            threaded programming, and advanced vi editor technique. He is working on
            several books, including "Unix, the Savage God", "Fsck that File
            System", and the children's Unix primer "Nobody belongs to Nobody". Eric
            has spent the last 5 years at Sun Microsystem's Global Services Engineering
            Department. He currently gambles for a living.

            Pattern Workshop: Abstract Factory Pattern

            Workshop Abstract:

            Provide an interface for creating families of related or dependent
            objects without specifying concrete classes

            http://home.earthlink.net/~huston2/dp/factory.html

            http://www.industriallogic.com/xp/refactoring/polymorphicCreationFactory.html
          • Sam Joseph
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            Message 5 of 8 , May 26, 2005
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              This month's HJUG meeting will take place on Wednesday 1st June from 6pm
              to 8pm.

              Check out the new web page:
              http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5
              Join the HJUG community:
              http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/home/register.php

              ********** LOCATION INFORMATION **********

              This month's meeting will be held in the POST building, room 302, at the
              University of Hawaii Manoa campus.

              http://www.hawaii.edu/cgi-bin/vtour?Manoa=l=POST

              UoH parking information is here:

              http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/visitorParking.html


              ********** NEW MEETING AGENDA **********

              The meeting's agenda is as follows:

              6:00pm - 6:45pm "Scripting the JVM" Main talk by Dan Leuck

              6:45pm - 7:00pm Discussion

              7:00pm - 7:15pm Pizza Break sponsored by Ikayzo http://www.ikayzo.com/

              7:15pm - 7:45pm Pattern Workshop - Sam Joseph introduces the "Builder"
              pattern

              7:45pm - 8:00pm Workshop discussion

              The talk abstracts and speaker biographies are as follows:

              Main Talk Title: Embedding JVMs into native applications

              Main Talk Abstract:

              Scripting the JVM is becoming increasingly popular as more tools and
              frameworks incorporate BSF and languages such as BeanShell. Scripting in
              Java environments is commonly used for testing, building, configuring,
              wiring, prototyping, and application customization by the end user. We
              will discuss popular scripting languages, look at code samples, and work
              with interactive interpreters to show how applications can be
              manipulated at runtime.

              Main Talk Biography:

              Daniel Leuck is the president of Ikayzo (http://www.ikayzo.com), a
              boutique IT consulting firm specializing in enterprise software
              development and offshore outsourcing. He previously served as Senior
              Vice President of Research and Development for Tokyo-based
              ValueCommerce, Asia's largest affiliate marketing company, Global Head
              of Development for London-based LastMinute.com, Europe's largest B2C
              website, and President of the US division of DML. Daniel has extensive
              experience managing teams of 200+ developers in five countries. He has
              served on numerous advisory boards and panels for companies such as
              Macromedia. Daniel is active in the Java community, is a contributor to
              BeanShell, and a member of the Java 6 (JSR 270) Expert Group.

              Pattern Workshop: Builder Pattern

              Workshop Abstract:

              Separate the construction of a complex object from its representation so
              that the same construction process can create different representations.

              http://home.earthlink.net/~huston2/dp/builder.html

              http://www.industriallogic.com/xp/refactoring/compositeWithBulder.html
            • Sam Joseph
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              Message 6 of 8 , Jun 1, 2005
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                This month's HJUG meeting will take place on Wednesday 1st June from 6pm
                to 8pm.

                Check out the new web page:
                http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5
                Join the HJUG community:
                http://hnlc2.ics.hawaii.edu/discourse/ics/home/register.php

                ********** LOCATION INFORMATION **********

                This month's meeting will be held in the POST building, room 302, at the
                University of Hawaii Manoa campus.

                http://www.hawaii.edu/cgi-bin/vtour?Manoa=l=POST

                UoH parking information is here:

                http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/visitorParking.html


                ********** NEW MEETING AGENDA **********

                The meeting's agenda is as follows:

                6:00pm - 6:45pm "Scripting the JVM" Main talk by Dan Leuck

                6:45pm - 7:00pm Discussion

                7:00pm - 7:15pm Pizza Break sponsored by Ikayzo http://www.ikayzo.com/

                7:15pm - 7:45pm Pattern Workshop - Sam Joseph introduces the "Builder"
                pattern

                7:45pm - 8:00pm Workshop discussion

                The talk abstracts and speaker biographies are as follows:

                Main Talk Title: Scripting the JVM

                Main Talk Abstract:

                Scripting the JVM is becoming increasingly popular as more tools and
                frameworks incorporate BSF and languages such as BeanShell. Scripting in
                Java environments is commonly used for testing, building, configuring,
                wiring, prototyping, and application customization by the end user. We
                will discuss popular scripting languages, look at code samples, and work
                with interactive interpreters to show how applications can be
                manipulated at runtime.

                Main Talk Biography:

                Daniel Leuck is the president of Ikayzo (http://www.ikayzo.com), a
                boutique IT consulting firm specializing in enterprise software
                development and offshore outsourcing. He previously served as Senior
                Vice President of Research and Development for Tokyo-based
                ValueCommerce, Asia's largest affiliate marketing company, Global Head
                of Development for London-based LastMinute.com, Europe's largest B2C
                website, and President of the US division of DML. Daniel has extensive
                experience managing teams of 200+ developers in five countries. He has
                served on numerous advisory boards and panels for companies such as
                Macromedia. Daniel is active in the Java community, is a contributor to
                BeanShell, and a member of the Java 6 (JSR 270) Expert Group.

                Pattern Workshop: Builder Pattern

                Workshop Abstract:

                Separate the construction of a complex object from its representation so
                that the same construction process can create different representations.

                http://home.earthlink.net/~huston2/dp/builder.html

                http://www.industriallogic.com/xp/refactoring/compositeWithBulder.html
              • Sam Joseph
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                Message 7 of 8 , Aug 24, 2005
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                  This month's HJUG meeting will take place on Wednesday 31st June from
                  6pm to 8pm.

                  Check out the new web page:
                  http://discourse.ics.hawaii.edu/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5
                  Join the HJUG community: http://discourse.ics.hawaii.edu/home/register.php

                  ********** LOCATION INFORMATION **********

                  This month's meeting will be held in the POST building, room 302, at the
                  University of Hawaii Manoa campus.

                  http://www.hawaii.edu/cgi-bin/vtour?Manoa=l=POST

                  UoH parking information is here:

                  http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/visitorParking.html


                  ********** MEETING AGENDA **********

                  The meeting's agenda is as follows:

                  6:00pm - 6:45pm "Velocity: An Open Source Templating Solution" Main talk
                  by Anthony Eden

                  6:45pm - 7:00pm Discussion

                  7:00pm - 7:15pm Pizza Break sponsored by Ikayzo http://www.ikayzo.com/

                  7:15pm - 7:45pm Pattern Workshop - Sam Joseph gives a pattern overview

                  7:45pm - 8:00pm Workshop discussion

                  The talk abstracts and speaker biographies are as follows:

                  Main Talk Title: Velocity: An Open Source Templating Solution

                  Main Talk Abstract:

                  Velocity is a Java library available from the Apache Software
                  Foundation. Velocity is an established templating solution which
                  provides for variable substitution and basic looping and branching
                  constructs letting you merge content with templates. Velocity can be
                  used as a substitute for JSP in web applications as well is in
                  stand-alone applications for things such as emails and other types of
                  messages where content must be merged with pre-designed templates. This
                  talk will cover the basics of Velocity, including its syntax, macros,
                  and the Java code required to integrate it into your applications.

                  Main Talk Biography:

                  Anthony Eden is the Technical Lead at Camber Corporation's Asia-Pacific
                  Office and a partner with Saipan DataCom, developers of DotMP. Anthony
                  has been developing web applications since 1994, Java applications since
                  1996 and dabbles in a variety of languages such as Perl, Python, PHP and
                  Ruby.

                  Pattern Workshop: Overview

                  Workshop Abstract:

                  We'll be looking back at the patterns we saw in the last year, and
                  discussing ways to take the pattern workshop and HJUG forward
                • Sam Joseph
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                  Message 8 of 8 , Jan 6, 2006
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                    This month's HJUG meeting will take place on Wednesday 11th January from
                    6pm to 8pm.

                    Check out the new web page:
                    http://discourse.ics.hawaii.edu/interaction/workspaces.php?workspace=5
                    Join the HJUG community: http://discourse.ics.hawaii.edu/home/register.php

                    ********** LOCATION INFORMATION **********

                    This month's meeting will be held in the POST building, room 302, at the
                    University of Hawaii Manoa campus.

                    http://www.hawaii.edu/cgi-bin/vtour?Manoa=l=POST

                    UoH parking information is here:

                    http://www.hawaii.edu/parking/visitorParking.html


                    ********** NEW MEETING AGENDA **********

                    The meeting's agenda is as follows:

                    6:00pm - 6:45pm "Amazon's Web Services Initiative" Main talk by Jeff Barr

                    6:45pm - 7:00pm Discussion

                    7:00pm - 7:15pm Pizza Break sponsored by Ikayzo http://www.ikayzo.com/

                    7:15pm - 7:45pm Pattern Workshop - Sam Joseph introduces the FlyWeight
                    Pattern

                    7:45pm - 8:00pm Workshop discussion


                    The talk abstracts and speaker biographies are as follows:

                    Main Talk Title: Amazon's Web Services Initiative

                    Main Talk Abstract:

                    Amazon's Jeff Barr will discuss the Amazon Web Services (AWS) program
                    from a business and technical perspective. The session will cover the
                    E-Commerce, Alexa Web Information, and Amazon Mechanical Turk services,
                    with complete information about business models, demos of sample
                    applications, and success stories.

                    Main Talk Biography:

                    As Web Services Evangelist for Amazon.com, Jeff Barr focuses on creating
                    developer awareness for the Amazon software platform. He has a
                    longstanding interest in Web services and programmatic information
                    interchange. Jeff has held development and management positions at
                    KnowNow, eByz, Akopia, and Microsoft, and was a co-founder of Visix
                    Software. Jeff's interests include collecting and organizing news feeds
                    using his site, http://www.syndic8.com/ . He holds a Bachelor's Degree
                    in Computer Science from the American University and has done graduate
                    work in Computer Science at the George Washington University.

                    Pattern Workshop: FlyWeight Pattern

                    Workshop Abstract:

                    Use sharing to support large numbers of fine-grained objects efficiently.

                    http://home.earthlink.net/~huston2/dp/flyweight.html
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