Monday, October 1, 2007

October 2007 Meeting - Understanding the Google Web Toolkit (GWT)

Google Is Coming to Tampa Bay!

During October 2007 Tampa JUG meeting, we will have Alan Wendt from Google, Inc to talk about the Google Web Toolkit (GWT). In GWT, you write Java code which gets compiled into AJAX/JavaScript code. GWT shields developers from the quirks browser-based development and concentrate on their Java skills to easily build Web 2.0 applications.

Learn about GWT - http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/

How the Google Web Toolkit Works
An exploration of the Java source code for the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) which is a set of tools and applications to enable you to create AJAX/Web 2.0 applications using Java and Java development tools such as Eclipse.

Speaker Bio:
Alan Wendt received his BSEng in Computer Science from the University of Florida in 1975, and his MS and PhD from the University of Arizona in 1998. His interests include compiler code generation, database systems, and automatic generation of application codes. He joined Google in April of 2006.

Meeting Details:
Speaker: Alan Wendt, Google, Inc.
Date:
10/24/2007
Networking:
6:30 pm
Presentation:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

NOTE: the meeting will be on Wednesday, October 24, not the last Tuesday of the month as we usually do. The meeting will be at the University of Sourth Florida, Tampa. If you plan to attend, send RSVP to vvivien at yahoo dot com.

Location:
University of South Florida, Tampa
Chemistry Building (CHE 103, Campus Map)
4202 East Fowler Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33620

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