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I am very pleased to have Amy Fowler (Aim) presenting on JavaFX Layouts at our January Silicon Valley JavaFX Users Group (SvJugFx). For those of you who don’t know Aim, she was a founding member of the Swing team, has done some Rock Star presentations at JavaOne, and is a core member of the JavaFX team focused on all things layout.
If you are doing any JavaFX development at all, this is an event you won’t want to miss. The presentation is on January 13th and you can sign-up on the SvJugFx website here:
Click to Sign-Up
We will also be streaming the event live from Santa Clara, so if you don’t live nearby make sure to join us online for the event. I actually think the folks watching it online are at an advantage, because they get all the inside information in the chat window from JavaFX luminaries like Jim Weaver, Dean Iverson, and Jonathan Giles.
For those of you who missed our December event, we just finished posting Richard Bair’s December talk on JavaFX entitled “Intro to JavaFX – A Rich Client Platform for All Screens.” You can view it on Parleys.com complete with synchronized slides by clicking on the image or link below:
Richard Bair Presenting on JavaFX at the SvJugFx
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I hope to see you at our next event!
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Categories : Announcements, Events, JavaFX, presentation, SvJugFx
For those of you who don’t know, SvJugFx stands for the Silicon Valley JavaFX Users Group. We will be holding our very first meeting this coming Wednesday with a live, streamed presentation from the world renowned Richard Bair (who is now infamous for divulging JavaFX secrets at Devoxx).
Richard Bair Presenting at Devoxx 2009
Yes, I said streamed live… for those of you who are not fortunate enough to live in Silicon Valley, you can still participate in realtime by doing the following:
- Sign-up for the SvJugFx meetup group. This is the primary communication vehicle we will use to announce last-minute changes:
(Note: Everyone can sign up for the group, but please only RSVP for the event if you are physically attending)
- For the video feed, please go to the following ustream channel:
- And to participate, please log on to Google Moderator at the following URL:
The in-person meeting will start on: Wednesday at 6PM PST
The online streaming will start at latest by: 7PM PST (possibly earlier)
Please leave enough time to login on both sites and test your internet and video playback capabilities. You will be able to watch the live video stream on ustream and respond with your own questions (as well as vote other participant’s questions up and down) via Google Moderator, which we will be monitoring during the presentation.
This is the first time we are trying this format, so we apologize in advance for technical glitches or issues that we are sure will arise.
“Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.”
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Categories : Announcements, Events, JavaFX, SvJugFx
I am pleased to announce the formation of a new Silicon Valley JavaFX User Group. While this group is rooted in the SF Bay Area, we also plan to make it easy for remote attendees to watch and participate by doing live streaming of our meetings via USTREAM and allowing remote participation through Google Moderator.
For the initial launch meeting on December 9th we are fortunate to have Richard Bair as the presenter. For those of you who don’t know him, he is a JavaFX lead developer, JavaOne Rockstar Speaker, has an awesome blog, and will be talking about JavaFX at Devoxx (where I am also presenting). He is also a great sparring partner on almost any technical topic (speaking from experience), so Q&A should be lots of fun!
The SvJugFx Homepage is on Meetup.com where you can sign up to become a member and register for the December 9th session with Richard:
This is the first JavaFX User Group in the U.S. to my knowledge. Although Japan has the title of world’s first JavaFX User Group as reported on Jim Weaver’s blog.