http://www.gatorjug.org to RSVP so I'll know how much pizza to order
GatorJUG ::: April
Time: April 13, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: First Magnitude Brewing Company
Street: 1220 SE Veitch St, Gainesville, FL 32601
Website or Map: http://www.codetown.com/group…
Ben King (Keep It Simple Tech) keeps an eye on his app....on his watch. His company, Keep It Simple Tech launched app ABC, Always Be in Contact recently. It's cool! Try it out.
Location: Room 2205, Physics Building on the UF campus:
There is a large commuter lot across the street from the Physics building for parking. I'll post signs in the lobby that direct you to our conference room (2205).
Pizza and soft drinks will be ordered if there is sufficient interest.
If technology does not let us down, the meeting will be live streamed here:
GatorLUG Meeting Agenda for March 16, 2016
6:00 - 6:30 Announcements / General Discussion
You are invited to join us at the next GatorLUG meeting at Mobiquity in Gainesville, Florida at 6pm on Wednesday evening (1/20).
The main topic for the night is Amazon Web Service's Lambda presented by Martin Smith. Martin will present an overview of AWS Lambda, how it works, as well as some interesting projects he's used it for.
Martin will demonstrate how one might build entirely an serverless architecture, as well as highlight some
projects that are already evolving in this area.
We will also be planning for the rest of the year - bring your meeting topic ideas!
Here's an update on our January meeting. Kevin's going to talk with us about analysis. Our sponsor is Cambridge Web Design.
Kevin Neelands has been programming for 30 or 35 years or so in a wide variety of circumstances, from educational programs for K-12 to sophisticated mathematical analysis using everything from AppleSoft BASIC to Java, C# and ARM assembly language. Some of his work can be found in iTunes and on Amazon. It's all free, so download some and give a raving review.