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Share fun controlling real world objects when writing little .Holiday Lights. project with his son. The project used Java to control Arduino board that in turn controlled relays for high voltage loads.
Presenter: Konstantin Ignatyev, Enterprise Architect at Cobalt Group (ADP Dealer Services)
Still coding Software Architect working on scalable software systems solving real world problems. Has more than 15 years of experience with all the usual suspects of enterprise world Unix, JavaEE, data and computing grids, RDBMS-s, web technologies etc. Recently started using Scala as primary language and rediscovered joy of programming.
Presenter: Ana Redmond
Ana has have been working for about 15 years, about 12 of those writing Java Software - from jdk 1.1 to web-services, and websites using Spring, Hibernate, iBatis and all that fun stuff. Started getting into grails last year, and am truly enjoying coding with it. I code and run GardenNut.com and LocalByUs.com (coming soon)