CJUG Meeting: August 16: ActiveWeb Framework

The next meeting of the Chicago Java Users Group will be on August 15th at CME. Here is the post from the CJUG site:

Our next meeting will be August 16 at CME.

Chicago developer Igor Polevoy will speak on the ActiveWeb framework.

ActiveWeb is a full stack Java web framework. It includes all aspects of web development and especially promotes BDD/TDD. It allows to describe application behavior in tests before implementation. It also helps take developer productivity to a new level by refreshing new code in the application on the fly, eliminating compile/build/deploy cycle. In this session, learn to how to be more productive with ActiveJDBC and ActiveWeb.

Igor Polevoy has years of experience of building enterprise applications as a developer, an architect and a manager. He has been teaching various Java and Ruby related topics at the DePaul University for over 10 years. Igor is an author of open source projects ActiveJDBC and ActiveWeb.

Time: 6:00, August 16th, 2011 Place: CME 20 South Wacker Drive ULL-A Auditorium Chicago IL, 60606 map

You can find more info at http://blog.cjug.org/2011/08/cjug-august-2011-meeting.html

RSVPs will close on Tuesday, August 16th at noon.

CME Employees, please contact Joshua Bennett to RSVP.