[Novalug] Cancelled Speaker-- Anyone want to talk?
jkohles at palantir.com
Thu Mar 10 08:22:32 EST 2011
Getting my input on that subject could be dangerous, since I do all my
programming in vim and don't go anywhere near an IDE if I can avoid it. :)
That being said, I'd be happy to talk about Perl if nobody else steps up..
Jason Kohles, RHCA
Palantir Technologies | Unix Systems Engineer
jkohles at palantir.com | 703.957.5784
On 3/9/11 5:58 PM, "Peter Larsen" <plarsen at famlarsen.homelinux.com> wrote:
>On Wed, 2011-03-09 at 08:21 -0500, greg pryzby wrote:
>> Work has gotten in the way of our scheduled speaker (Alex on
>> NoMachine). That means we have about 60-90 minutes available for
>> anyone who wants to talk.
>> Who wants to WOW us this weekend?
>> Don't make me ramble! :D
>Aye - that would be dangerous :)
>Jason and I had a short spout about Perl; maybe there would be a subject
>there for the general crowd? I know interest seems to focus more on the
>administration side of things in the group (after all, it's Linux) - but
>I'll happily talk about Eclipse and general programming with Java. More
>in particular how to use ORM (Object Relational Mapping) with
>Hibernate/JPA. Based on the input from Jason this may be an interesting
>subject that would cross over from just Java to other programming
>languages to get a better understanding for frameworks and what they do.
>Through-out such a demonstration I would show how the tooling in the IDE
>helps and supports the developer and why just using "vim" shouldn't be
>So consider this my hat in the ring so to speak.
> Peter Larsen
>Wise words of the day:
>Netscape is not a newsreader, and probably never shall be.
> -- Tom Christiansen
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