It is late evening (… or let’s say it correctly, 4:30 early in the morning, 19 November 2010). I finally finished preparing my presentation for my upcoming talks at the next morning at the Autumn Conference of the Bulgarian Oracle User Group (BGOUG) in Pravetz. I will talk about creating high-quality programming code in Java:
The video from the seminar about Java 7 organized by the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG) on 20.05.2010 in the Technical University of Sofia is finally published (thanks to Yordan Yovkov for the video processing): http://www.archive.org/details/Java_7_New_Features_2 http://www.archive.org/details/Java_7_New_Features_3 At the seminar (and also in the recorded videos) I and Mihail Stoynov explained in details the following
I was speaker along with my colleague Mihail Stoynov at the seminar organized by the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG) on 20 May 2010 in the Technical University of Sofia. We presented the upcoming Java 7 and its amazing new features like the built-in JVM support of dynamic languages (Da Vinci Virtual Machine), the small
Last week I was invited by Ahmed Hashim, the Egyptian Java User Group (EGJUG) leader for a technical talk about what is coming in Java 7. I was happy to perform a talk in the Faculty of Computers and Informatics (FCI) of Cairo University in front of 60-70 keen Java developers: I presented the key
ASP.NET membership providers are nice framework for managing users and roles in ASP.NET Web applications but they have a strong weakness: they do not support transactions. Why We Need Transactions During User Registration? We may need to use transactions for example when we want to register new user account, assign few roles to it and
The distinguished NetBeans development evangelist Roman Strobl will come tomorrow at the SwingX and NetBeans event organized by the Bulgarian Association of Software Development (BASD) and the Bulgarian Java User Group: http://www.devbg.org/seminars/seminar-Swing-and-NetBeans-28-November-2007/ Roman Strobl has over 7 years of experience doing software development in Java and all sorts of scripting languages. His expertise includes software
Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) kindly invites you to the next meeting of the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG). The topic will be “Rich Client Applications using NetBeans 6 and Java Swing”. The objectives of this seminar is to show how to easily develop Rich Client applications using NetBeans 6 and Swing. The focus
Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) organizes a meeting of the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG) on 25 October 2007 to discuss the JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology and new trends. Speakers will be Ivan Davidov and Nikolay Dokovski. See the official invitation here: http://www.devbg.org/seminars/seminar-JSF-25-october-2007/.