Introduction aux WebSockets avec Atmosphere – Présentation du Montréal Java User Group à Google Montréal

Introduction aux WebSockets avec Atmosphere – Présentation du Montréal Java User Group à Google Montréal 4910Le groupe des utilisateurs java de Montréal offre une présentation sur la création d'applications Web temps réel en utilisant le projet Atmosphere. La présentation débutera par l'introduction des techniques Comet et du protocole HTML5 WebSocket. Une introduction au projet Atmosphere sera ensuite effectuée et une application sera développée pour démontrer les concepts d'Atmosphere et sa facilité d'utilisation. La présentation se terminera avec la démonstration d'une application d'Atmosphere exécutée dans le nuage Amazon. Pizza et boissons seront gracieusement offertes par Google Montréal, qui nous offre également ses locaux pour l'événement ! Noter que, pour des raisons de sécurité, l'enregistrement est obligatoire et la billeterie sera fermée 2 jours avant l'événement. Enregistrez-vous sur Eventbrite maintenant ; il ne reste que quelques places de disponible. Présentateur : Jeanfrançois Arcand Jeanfrançois travaille dans le développement logiciel depuis   Read more…


ConFoo 2013: Call for Papers is Now Open!

logo_confoo 4828ConFoo is one of the most important developer-oriented conferences. ConFoo 2013 will be held on February 25 through March 1 in Montreal, Canada. The team has opened its call for papers. Candidates can submit proposals until September 23. Consult the call for papers page for details and to start submitting. That page also explains what expenses ConFoo can cover for speakers. You can also get advice on how to write proposals. The call for papers is public, meaning that all proposals get published on the website for others to vote and comment on. This approach allows the organizers to pick subjects that have most interest in the community. The comments are only visible to speakers and organizers to avoid influencing the votes. To stay in touch via Twitter, follow @confooca and use the #confoo tag. You can also help promote the event with these cool Read more…


Taming the Spaghetti: Rich Web Applications with Errai [Montreal Java User Group]

tnt_rubysands_6_logo 4826The Montreal JUG is back from summer vacation, with a great presentation of the new Errai framework by the core developers from Red Hat jBoss! Register now at http://www.montreal-jug.org! In today’s Web applications, the complexity of the code written for the browser rivals the complexity of the server-side code. Handwritten JavaScript isn’t cutting it anymore. Errai brings a proven server-side programming model to the browser. In this session, members of the Errai team demonstrate how to build rich Web applications the toolable, typesafe way and without boilerplate. Errai offers a concise programming model for building next-generation Web applications by combining the best of two worlds: JavaScript and Java. It enables powerful client-server communication and brings Java enterprise standards to the browser by leveraging the Google Web Toolkit compiler. About the speakers:

[Upcoming] YearOneLabs / Google Hackathon, Jan 22nd

[Upcoming] YearOneLabs / Google Hackathon, Jan 22nd 2089YearOneLabs are organizing early next year a hackathon, on Jan 22nd, at RPM. It will be a day fully dedicated to application development on the Google App Engine platform. Sean Lynch, product manager for Google App Engine, will be in Montréal that day to help developers jumpstart with App Engine. Although Google App Engine has technical limitations preventing development of elaborate and exotic web services, it's still one of the top platform for python and java developers. It provides a free service for small apps, does not require a sysadmin for installation or maintenance (with its pros and cons) and you get the luxury of being on Google's systems, which is impossible to beat. If you are looking for a platform, or if you just want to meet other developers, this upcoming hackathon is recommended. It's also noteworthy that YearOneLabs is looking for a python dev, as a cofounder for localmind,   Read more…