Meeting
Date: April 17, 2007 – 6:00PM
Venue: Dave & Buster’s – Dolphin Mall (1481 NW 12th St Miami, FL 33172)
   
  Agenda
Topics & Speakers:
  • JVM Clustering by Orion Letizi
  • Practices of an Agile Developer by Dr. Venkat Subramaniam
  • Spring into Groovy by Dr. Venkat Subramaniam
   
  Attendance
Members: Andres Anon, Angel Villafranca, AnilKumar Kakarla, Antonio Llanos, Benjamin Li, Bhupinder Sidana, Borislav Iordanov, Carlos Vinueza, Edmundo Farinas, Emmanuel Telmon, Federico Dayan, Fermin Ordaz, Francisco Herrera, Igor Royzis, Johann Reyes, Jonatan Alava, Jorge Barroso, Juan Curbelo, Julian Gonzalez, Luis Montano, Klaus Loewy, Marcelo Olivas, Maria Cruz, Maria Cruz-Vargas, Mario Alcaraz, Maudrit Martinez, Mike Wasserman, Percy Vega, Quynh Pham, Richard Dominguez, Sreedevi Tankala, Sunil Babu, Tianyuan Zhou, Ting Zhai, Vishal Rajpal, Xiaobin Zhao, Yuset Allam
Guests: Assia Alexandrova, Chris Marti, Juan Castillo, Julio Alvarez, Nabil Hurtado
   
  Sponsors
Sponsors: Strategic Staffing Solutions, No Fluff Just Stuff, O’Reilly Media, Pragmatic Bookshelf, Javapolis, JetBrains
   
  Resources
Downloads: none
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