Re: [jug-discussion] September 8 meeting -- Taking the Plunge with IntelliJ

2009-08-31 Thread Warner Onstine
this list is no longer in use. please use tucson-...@googlegroups.com On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 10:27 AM, nlesieckindlesie...@yahoo.com wrote: Wow, sorry I can't be there. VMS and EBlox luminaries in the same room. :) Nick On Aug 30, 2009, at 5:30 PM, William H. Mitchell wrote: A regular

[jug-discussion] moving domain and list this week

2009-08-24 Thread Warner Onstine
If there are any pages that people still want access to could someone copy their content over to a Google page? If I have time I can do it, but it's going to be a hectic week with school starting up. At least a basic info page should be created. I've made Andrew Lenards, Tom Hicks, and William

[jug-discussion] Fwd: Save The Date: Monsoon Mixer at Our Offices August 19!

2009-08-17 Thread Warner Onstine
Everyone is welcome, but please do RSVP. -warner -- Forwarded message -- From: Cia Romano i...@interfaceguru.com Date: Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 1:27 PM Subject: Save The Date: Monsoon Mixer at Our Offices August 19! To: warn...@gmail.com Monsoon Mixer Reminder: Social Meet-Up and

[jug-discussion] awesome presentation on git

2009-08-14 Thread Warner Onstine
http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/theater/video.php?v=prestonwerner-github Still watching it (and going off to look at projects mentioned, coming back, etc.). In short really good high-level to low-level git presentation by the founders of github. And yes, github is too cool for school :P. -warner

Re: [jug-discussion] friendly reminder

2009-08-09 Thread Warner Onstine
I'm not sure I understand Chad. Or you mean keep the mailing list intact and have it tell people the list moved? I guess we could. I'll have to look into that. I don't know if google groups allows you to setup aliases for registered domains. I don't think so. -warner On Sat, Aug 8, 2009 at 9:45

[jug-discussion] friendly reminder

2009-08-08 Thread Warner Onstine
I'm pulling the plug on the site (and this list) in a little over a week, please sign up over at http://groups.google.com/group/tucson-jug. Please join (if you want to keep up with all the goings on and meetings here in town). Thanks! -warner

[jug-discussion] New google group

2009-08-04 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, due to the fact that I'm not going to have time to maintain the site anymore I have created a new googlegroup for everyone to join (sorry about the double-joining but google will only let me add a certain amount of people at one time - plus there are probably people on the list who aren't

[jug-discussion] vms is hiring

2009-06-16 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, sorry for the spam but if you know any good java/groovy developers we're hiring right now. Here's our job posting at hotjobs: http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-JU9UM6KS8PR;_ylt=AtapEIL3Sae4QP0mESGgFsL6Q6IX?source=SRP -warner

Re: [jug-discussion] directions/changes

2009-06-03 Thread Warner Onstine
TR corrected me in that there has been a good turnout (since I haven't been coming for a while). I'm fine with everyone keeping it at VMS, I just won't be able to make it as often. -wawrner On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 8:39 AM, Warner Onstine warn...@gmail.com wrote: No, we're not losing the space

Re: [jug-discussion] 502 status

2009-06-02 Thread Warner Onstine
Yeah, Tim was fine with having the JUG down there, if that's what people want I can contact him to put it on the schedule. In other news I want to move the JUG site from Confluence. We have two options: 1) I can create a quick and dirty WordPress site for it on my new box 2) We can just bite the

[jug-discussion] directions/changes

2009-06-02 Thread Warner Onstine
I sent this in reply to another thread, but realized I hijacked it. Please use this thread for discussions on future direction, leadership and other changes. Meeting space: One proposal is to move the current meeting to the Creative Slices downtown (115 E. Broadway). +1 from me, it's much closer

Re: [jug-discussion] 502 status

2009-05-30 Thread Warner Onstine
Looks like the server went down last night. I restarted everything. -warner On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 7:53 AM, Andrew Lenards andrew.lena...@gmail.com wrote: I was curious who was presenting in June (or *if* there would be a preso) and it looks like tucson-jug.org is down, it's giving 502s.

Re: [jug-discussion] Hudson?

2009-05-20 Thread Warner Onstine
No, but I plan on setting it up soon on my server to play with it and do some CI locally. -warner On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 3:57 PM, Andrew Lenards andrew.lena...@gmail.com wrote: Is anyone using Hudson (it's an extensible continuous integration engine)? Has anyone played with it?

[jug-discussion] Groovy Code Camp in Phoenix

2009-05-13 Thread Warner Onstine
Brian Sam-Bodden sent this to us, passing it along to all who are interested. There's a JUG discount at the bottom. -warner -- Integrallis Software and Thirsty Head are proud to announce the first Phoenix Groovy Code Camp to be held on: Saturday June 20th, 2009 from 9:00am to 6:00pm

Re: [jug-discussion] If you started a web project on the JVM today...

2009-04-30 Thread Warner Onstine
I guess that's one out of three Java :P. -warner On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 2:50 PM, Warner Onstine warn...@gmail.com wrote: Grails, with Flex and CouchDB. -warner On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 2:48 PM, Andrew Lenards andrew.lena...@gmail.com wrote: I'm curious for the opinion of the list.  If you

[jug-discussion] can't do tomorrow

2009-04-06 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, sorry for the short notice, I've got homework due this week that is taking up my time so I won't be able to do the preso tomorrow. -warner - To unsubscribe, e-mail: jug-discussion-unsubscr...@tucson-jug.org For

Re: [jug-discussion] next month - preso on what's new in groovy 1.6?

2009-03-05 Thread Warner Onstine
Umm, not until you're actually ready to do a presentation yourself :P. -warner On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 5:43 PM, Chad Woolley thewoolley...@gmail.com wrote: I might be able to make this one.  I'll have to get my JRuby heckling ready... - Show quoted text - On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 5:34 PM,

Re: [jug-discussion] next month - preso on what's new in groovy 1.6?

2009-03-05 Thread Warner Onstine
April 14th is the next meeting. -warner On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 8:52 PM, Kit Plummer kitplum...@gmail.com wrote: That's some good stuff thar!  When is this shindig supposed to get thrown down? On Mar 5, 2009, at 4:09 PM, Warner Onstine wrote: - Show quoted text - Pretty much would cover

Re: [jug-discussion] Meeting tonight, Command line tools Programmers should know.

2009-01-13 Thread Warner Onstine
All this, and more, can be found on our Web site: http://www.tucson-jug.org/display/TJUG/Meetings -warner On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 8:50 AM, Karl M. Davis k...@davisonlinehome.name wrote: I just signed up for this list last month and would like to attend tonight's meeting if possible, as well.

Re: [jug-discussion] Jug dinner

2008-12-11 Thread Warner Onstine
Warner +1 -warner On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 11:13 AM, TR tr...@pobox.com wrote: The Jug Holiday meeting will be Tuesday, 12/16 at 6:pm at feast. RSVP is a must, reply here, only if coming please! TR -- Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available

Re: [jug-discussion] Jug dinner

2008-12-11 Thread Warner Onstine
Just so I'm clear, me + a guest. -warner On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 12:25 PM, Warner Onstine warn...@gmail.com wrote: Warner +1 -warner On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 11:13 AM, TR tr...@pobox.com wrote: The Jug Holiday meeting will be Tuesday, 12/16 at 6:pm at feast. RSVP is a must, reply here

Re: [jug-discussion] Any News on the Holiday Party?

2008-12-08 Thread Warner Onstine
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Re: [jug-discussion] Any News on the Holiday Party?

2008-12-08 Thread Warner Onstine
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Re: [jug-discussion] Any News on the Holiday Party?

2008-12-08 Thread Warner Onstine
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Re: [jug-discussion] Any News on the Holiday Party?

2008-12-03 Thread Warner Onstine
Any news on this? -warner On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 4:20 PM, Warner Onstine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If it is possible to do it on another night I would love to attend. -warner On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 12:02 PM, Andrew Lenards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I see it listed on the site

Re: [jug-discussion] Any News on the Holiday Party?

2008-12-01 Thread Warner Onstine
If it is possible to do it on another night I would love to attend. -warner On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 12:02 PM, Andrew Lenards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I see it listed on the site, but no details. It's almost a week away so I thought I'd ask if there are plans in the works? -- Warner

[jug-discussion] couchdb?

2008-11-26 Thread Warner Onstine
-oriented view engine with JavaScript acting as the default view definition language. It honestly sounds like a solution to some of my tools I've been wanting to build recently (blog, wiki, content management system). Curious to see if others have investigated couchdb at all. -warner -- Warner

Re: [jug-discussion] Thanks for the presentation Brian!

2008-07-11 Thread Warner Onstine
I'm not sure as I don't have enough experience with Grails/GORM yet, Bashar might know though as he's done a fair amount of work with Grails. -warner On Jul 9, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Chad Woolley wrote: On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 9:16 AM, Warner Onstine [EMAIL PROTECTED] jug.org wrote: I just

Re: [jug-discussion] IntelliJ Idea (was: Some thoughts on Scala)

2008-07-11 Thread Warner Onstine
regards, -tom Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog - To unsubscribe

Re: [jug-discussion] Google's Wire Format Goes Open Source

2008-07-10 Thread Warner Onstine
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[jug-discussion] Thanks for the presentation Brian!

2008-07-09 Thread Warner Onstine
he'll grace us with his presence on our list :P. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

[jug-discussion] Reminder meeting July 8th - Brian Sam-Bodden on Groovy Metaprogramming

2008-07-06 Thread Warner Onstine
Our speaker this month is courtesy of No Fluff Just Stuff and the Desert Southwest Software Symposium (http://www.nofluffjuststuff.com/ conference/phoenix/2008/07/index.html). Jay Zimmerman (the gracious host, coordinator and creator of DSSS) will be giving away one free ticket to this

[jug-discussion] git, mercurial or bazaar?

2008-07-06 Thread Warner Onstine
the IDE plugins with any of them? -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

[jug-discussion] [7/8] Brian Sam-Bodden on Groovy Metaprogramming

2008-07-01 Thread Warner Onstine
Yes, it's getting towards that time again. If you've checked the Web site recently you will have noticed that we have an out-of-town speaker this coming Tues. Our speaker this month is courtesy of No Fluff Just Stuff and the Desert Southwest Software Symposium

Re: [jug-discussion] JUG Group for NFJS?

2008-06-28 Thread Warner Onstine
commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

Re: [jug-discussion] Scott Segal Presentation

2008-06-18 Thread Warner Onstine
? Thanks, Tom Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL

[jug-discussion] next month's meeting

2008-06-05 Thread Warner Onstine
more about. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog - To unsubscribe, e-mail

Re: [jug-discussion] OT -- SaveXP.com

2008-05-09 Thread Warner Onstine
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[jug-discussion] post on groovy dsls

2008-04-24 Thread Warner Onstine
DSLs I've come across. http://www.warneronstine.com/blog/articles/2008/04/24/groovy-dsl-roundup -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

[jug-discussion] [4/8] Introduction to Scala

2008-04-03 Thread Warner Onstine
This coming Tuesday Tom Hicks and Randy Kahle will be presenting on the new JVM language Scala. From Scala's Web site (http://scala-lang.org): What is Scala? Scala is a general purpose programming language designed to express common programming patterns in a concise, elegant, and type-safe

Re: [jug-discussion] Meeting tomorrow [tonight!]

2008-03-11 Thread Warner Onstine
On Mar 11, 2008, at 11:36 AM, William H. Mitchell wrote: At 03:51 PM 3/10/2008, Warner Onstine wrote: Hi all, I was hoping to present on the Laszlo stuff tomorrow evening but I'm out sick. Of course everyone is free to meet. Following Chad's idea why doesn't everyone bring down some code

[jug-discussion] [2/12] Warner on Flex (New Meeting Location!)

2008-02-09 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, I decided before I dive into Laszlo that I would do a refresher on what James presented last year so that the example is clear (and those that missed James' presentation can get some of what he did). We also have a new meeting location this Tuesday @ VMS (my new job). New Location

[jug-discussion] No meeting 1/8/08

2008-01-08 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, mostly just an FYI there will be no meeting tonight. I should have something together for Feb/Mar though. -warner - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [jug-discussion] no topic ready for next week

2008-01-07 Thread Warner Onstine
and projector. On Jan 5, 2008 11:09 PM, Warner Onstine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, sorry for the short notice on this but it snuck up on me over the holidays. I don't have my Laszlo preso ready for Tuesday so I wanted to throw this out to see what we wanted to do. Also, this will be the last month

[jug-discussion] no topic ready for next week

2008-01-05 Thread Warner Onstine
and the person who was scheduling our rooms is also no longer there either. Suggestions for a new place are welcome. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

Re: [jug-discussion] grails gets wrong

2007-12-16 Thread Warner Onstine
, however if you have advanced/complex needs Grails will always allow you to go back to configuration. This is a major strength not a weakness. Bashar - Original Message From: Warner Onstine [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: jug-discussion@tucson-jug.org Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 8:19:07 AM

[jug-discussion] grails gets wrong

2007-12-12 Thread Warner Onstine
something out there that you all can tear apart (slowly making progress on my own ActiveRecord-type model system that uses iBatis underneath). -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [jug-discussion] December meeting

2007-12-03 Thread Warner Onstine
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Re: [jug-discussion] meeting next tue

2007-10-06 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, if I don't here anything by monday then I'm going to cancel so we can free up the space. -warner On Oct 4, 2007, at 6:44 AM, Warner Onstine wrote: Ok, I've just been slammed and won't have time to properly prepare the Laszlo presentation for next Tue so I would like to propose

[jug-discussion] meeting next tue

2007-10-04 Thread Warner Onstine
homework is eating me alive!). -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

[jug-discussion] usability testing

2007-09-19 Thread Warner Onstine
will be reimbursed for your time. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

Re: [jug-discussion] meeting sept. 11th?

2007-09-10 Thread Warner Onstine
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Re: [jug-discussion] meeting sept. 11th?

2007-08-31 Thread Warner Onstine
(no room given). -warner On Aug 30, 2007, at 9:48 PM, Warner Onstine wrote: Hi all, Been swamped with school starting and I'm on vacation next week which made me realize I am not going to have time to prepare for the meeting in two weeks. If someone wants to step up and do a presentation I

[jug-discussion] meeting sept. 11th?

2007-08-30 Thread Warner Onstine
the room if we aren't going to use it. Sorry for the short notice but I just realized when the preso was going to be and my current conflict. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [jug-discussion] professional degree programs

2007-08-24 Thread Warner Onstine
: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog - To unsubscribe, e-mail

[jug-discussion] [8/14] Part 1 of Flex/Laszlo smackdown

2007-08-13 Thread Warner Onstine
This tuesday James Smith will be presenting part 1 of the Adobe Flex/ OpenLaszlo smackdown. In this presentation he will cover: 1) Communication between Java and Flex 2) How to build a simple Flex application that does event posting Warner will be presenting the Laszlo side of this next month

[jug-discussion] proposal for meeting change

2007-08-13 Thread Warner Onstine
to be committed towards school and other projects this next semester and following year. What does everyone think? -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http

[jug-discussion] site goings on

2007-08-11 Thread Warner Onstine
try a new install since the only way to get all of our pages back is to export them from the original instance of confluence (which isn't running). We are having a meeting next week at some new digs so I will send out an email on that shortly. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author

Re: [jug-discussion] next language to learn?

2007-06-18 Thread Warner Onstine
- To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books

Re: [jug-discussion] next language to learn?

2007-06-18 Thread Warner Onstine
://www.warneronstine.com/blog/articles/2007/06/17/next- language- to-learn -warner - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book

Re: [jug-discussion] next language to learn?

2007-06-18 Thread Warner Onstine
| *-*---* - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4

[jug-discussion] next language to learn?

2007-06-17 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, I've posted up a little thing on my blog about what should be my next language, feel free to chime in (there or here). http://www.warneronstine.com/blog/articles/2007/06/17/next-language- to-learn -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101

[jug-discussion] thanks for coming last night!

2007-06-13 Thread Warner Onstine
move the meeting up then that issue goes away for the most part. Just an idea. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book on Tapestry 4! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

[jug-discussion] Google Gears - in case you hadn't seen it elsewhere

2007-05-31 Thread Warner Onstine
to me in those situations. Personally I think that this is a really interesting development and its been going around (dojo has offline, there's something called Slingshot for rails apps, etc.). Where does everyone see this thing going? -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book

[jug-discussion] no meeting tonight (5/8)

2007-05-08 Thread Warner Onstine
Just a heads up that we will not be having a meeting tonight. -warner - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [jug-discussion] Higher Order Messaging - Fun code exercise

2007-04-28 Thread Warner Onstine
keep calling your special methods on the returned list and it will keep returning HOM objects, which is definitely not something you can do with the normal closure, you would end up with nested ifs, thens, etc. -warner On Mar 27, 2007, at 3:08 PM, Warner Onstine wrote: Hi all, James threw

[jug-discussion] tasks that developers do when learning a new language?

2007-04-21 Thread Warner Onstine
it) In a sense this goes beyond just syntax and assumes that you (the developer) already have some knowledge of how to program and are familiar with OO. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http

Re: [jug-discussion] OFF-TOPIC: Great Sysadmin?

2007-04-12 Thread Warner Onstine
commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com

[jug-discussion] groovy - when to use categories

2007-04-11 Thread Warner Onstine
: import java.awt.BorderLayout as BL -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog - To unsubscribe

[jug-discussion] more DSL/Groovy fun

2007-04-11 Thread Warner Onstine
on the calling object then a list of terms supplied by the user in the definition section will be considered to resolve the call. I think it's pretty slick stuff. You probably think I'm crazy, but it might work out. Drop me a line if you have any other ideas to throw into the pot. Warner Onstine

[jug-discussion] how many tonight?

2007-04-10 Thread Warner Onstine
Just curious how many people were going to come tonight for the discussion on Groovy. Nothing formal, just playing around with it, I can show some of the stuff I've been doing with it (and it sounds like others have some as well). -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book

Re: [jug-discussion] how many tonight?

2007-04-10 Thread Warner Onstine
: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

Re: [jug-discussion] Higher Order Messaging - Fun code exercise

2007-04-06 Thread Warner Onstine
an Internal DSL in a given language than on top of something like Java. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

Re: [jug-discussion] Higher Order Messaging - Fun code exercise

2007-04-06 Thread Warner Onstine
because it's forcing me deeper into Groovy and how it works. And it also helps me try out concepts that I will probably use when writing my DSLs. -warner regards, -tom Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books

[jug-discussion] presenter for next week?

2007-04-02 Thread Warner Onstine
Is anyone up for doing a presentation next week (or know someone who is)? If not we could have an informal get together to chat about DSLs (since that seemed to bring up some good questions last time) or we could chat about other things. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book

Re: [jug-discussion] Warner's DSL talk -- interesting!!

2007-03-18 Thread Warner Onstine
it: http://williammitchell.blogspot.com/2007/03/thoughts-from- presentation-on-domain.html - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New

[jug-discussion] thanks for coming last night

2007-03-14 Thread Warner Onstine
DSLs (to show off MPS and ANTLR). These will have to wait a bit until I get some material together. Thanks again! -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

[jug-discussion] [3/13] Warner Onstine presents on DSLs in Java and Groovy

2007-03-07 Thread Warner Onstine
Next Tuesday Warner Onstine will be presenting on creating Domain Specific Languages in Java and Groovy at the Tucson JUG. Domain Specific Languages have gotten some press in the past few years, this talk will focus on what DSLs are and the techniques that you can use to create a DSL

[jug-discussion] [2/13] Andrew Petro and Duffy Gillman on Single Sign-On Solutions

2007-02-10 Thread Warner Onstine
Join us this coming Tuesday for Andrew Petro and Duffy Gillman who will be presenting on SSO. Specifically CAS (for SSO management) and Shibboleth (Federated SSO with authorization, and multiple authentication providers). As usual meet and greet starts at 6:30 at our normal meeting spot

[jug-discussion] ever want to go to MIT?

2007-01-15 Thread Warner Onstine
courses, very cool stuff. They are aiming to have it all online by the end of this year and are working with other institutions as well. http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at http://sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html

[jug-discussion] [1/9] Meeting - Important update

2007-01-08 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, This is an important update about the meeting tomorrow. Because we are going to be in the CS department building the doors will be locked at 5:30. Don't worry though we will have someone down there to open the doors for you. Please make an effort to arrive between 6:30 - 6:45 so

[jug-discussion] [1/9] Tucson JUG - Google presenting on CSS and Web standards

2007-01-05 Thread Warner Onstine
Please join us this coming Tuesday for a presentation from the Google offices in Phoenix. We will be in a larger location for this so make sure you go to the right spot! Joseph Sinclair (a UofA graduate) will be presenting Using CSS and Web standards to create great websites that everyone

Re: [jug-discussion] build tools...

2006-12-23 Thread Warner Onstine
? Thanks! Robert - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL

[jug-discussion] have we missed the Web 2.0 bandwagon?

2006-12-21 Thread Warner Onstine
Generator but it is MIA unfortunately. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog - To unsubscribe

Re: [jug-discussion] google coming!

2006-12-21 Thread Warner Onstine
, Sorry for the bother, as I should know this, but what is the current TJUG website? I have a co-worker who is interested in the Google presentation. Thanks! Bruce Clayton -Original Message- From: Warner Onstine [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 11:11 AM To: jug

[jug-discussion] volunteers needed

2006-12-19 Thread Warner Onstine
:-(. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional

[jug-discussion] google coming!

2006-12-19 Thread Warner Onstine
yet. I wanted to mention it early so that you can start spreading the word, I want to have a really strong turnout for them. -warner Warner Onstine - Programmer/Author New book! Tapestry 101 available at sourcebeat.com/books/ tapestrylive.html [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://warneronstine.com/blog

Re: [jug-discussion] volunteers needed

2006-12-19 Thread Warner Onstine
is really nice. If there is one just as nice and easy but cheaper then that would be great. So, don't send any money to me just yet (but it's good to know that we have members out there like you :-). -warner On Dec 19, 2006, at 11:59 AM, Steven Elliott wrote: On 12/19/06 10:59, Warner Onstine

Re: [jug-discussion] A JUG xmas party

2006-12-13 Thread Warner Onstine
Yes, definitely, thank you everyone for coming. -warner On Dec 12, 2006, at 9:52 PM, TR wrote: Thanks to all that joined us this evening, and to everyone happy holidays see you in 2007. BTW if you have something to present let us know. TR

[jug-discussion] presentation for january

2006-12-13 Thread Warner Onstine
If enough of you weren't bored to tears hearing me yack about DSLs last night I'd be glad to put together a real preso on them with some real examples that I've found. Here is some info on DSLs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_specific_languages -warner

Re: [jug-discussion] presentations for 2007

2006-12-13 Thread Warner Onstine
That would be cool, let us know when a good time is (our meetings are the second tuesday of each month - Jan. 9th, Feb. 13th, Mar. 13th are the next few dates). -warner On Dec 13, 2006, at 6:21 PM, Andrew Petro wrote: I give a decent talk on the Central Authentication Service.

Re: [jug-discussion] website

2006-12-13 Thread Warner Onstine
Ahh, yeah, we are currently on confluence at http://www.tucson- jug.org:8080/, now that I have some time this xmas break I can setup the forwarding for it so that it will go to that by default instead of the current one. -warner On Dec 13, 2006, at 9:31 PM, Andrew Petro wrote: One of the

[jug-discussion] wow, gwt now 100% Open!

2006-12-12 Thread Warner Onstine
Very interesting Google Web Toolkit 100% open including their java - javascript compiler: http://googlewebtoolkit.blogspot.com/2006/12/gwt-13-release-candidate- is-100-open_12.html -warner - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL

Re: [jug-discussion] A JUG xmas party

2006-12-08 Thread Warner Onstine
Definitely! -warner On Dec 8, 2006, at 4:41 PM, Villegas, Regina wrote: Hello, Would it be too much to ask if I came for the meeting/dinner to meet with you all? I have not been to a meeting as of yet but would love to meet with you. Warm regards, Regina Villegas Recruiter 6245 E

Re: [jug-discussion] looking for a thread/game guru

2006-12-04 Thread Warner Onstine
()) -- which, of course, calls model.nextTurn(); ___ Or perhaps I'm missing the point? On 12/1/06, Warner Onstine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Or at least someone who's smarter than me ;-). I'm stuck on a project for school, essentially it is a Monopoly game. I have created a separate thread

[jug-discussion] book is published!

2006-12-04 Thread Warner Onstine
If for nothing else, this will kill all those jokes - So, when is the book gonna be done?. Yes, that's right, it's out. Here's my blog entry on it - http://jroller.com/page/warneronstine . You can buy it here - http://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html . Thanks everyone for all of

Re: [jug-discussion] looking for a thread/game guru

2006-12-01 Thread Warner Onstine
of I.E. boy do I not miss the early days of Java! -Todd I haven't thought this all the way through and it has been a while Happy Holidays to all you back home! --- Warner Onstine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Or at least someone who's smarter than me ;-). I'm stuck on a project for school

Re: [jug-discussion] open laslo

2006-11-10 Thread Warner Onstine
on it. Kinda funny since Groovy seems like a better java integration choice. Now if they would just fix the major bugs and get a 1.0 out. On Nov 9, 2006, at 8:38 PM, Warner Onstine wrote: On Nov 9, 2006, at 8:29 PM, Chad Woolley wrote: Why groovy vs. Jruby, other than the fact that Sun is endorsing

Re: [jug-discussion] open laslo

2006-11-09 Thread Warner Onstine
I would very much like to, but that project hasn't bubbled up to the top yet, next on my list is groovy ;-). -warner On Nov 9, 2006, at 11:16 AM, Randolph Kahle wrote: Is anyone using or thinking about using open laslo? -- Randy

[jug-discussion] speaker for Nov?

2006-10-24 Thread Warner Onstine
Hi all, I won't be able to do a presentation on anything until at least Dec so I'm looking for anyone who would be willing to speak in Nov. -warner - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail:

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