Having a presentation slot at a Java User Group is always special. Its an audience who cares, or is there just for the buffet. No kidding, todays evening was great. Besides my talk on RAP for which i attach the slides, there were new insights on what purpose programming languages were made for: solving problems. Not problems we introduced with programming languages, but other problems like calculations. Andreas Schreiber showed that the scientists at DLR use many languages (which suit their use cases best) and how to integrate them with Java. Dr. Simon Wiest showed afterwards how you can utilize bear lamps (or lava lamps) to monitor your CI server and what can be done to speed builds up. The evening ended with discussions how we can utilize our Nabaztags for that better than just rotating the ears 🙂
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