Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at: Find Great People 15 Brendan Way #140 Greenville, SC 29615 (864) 297-0000 at 6:30PM
If you need assistance, please contact John Yeary, President/JUG Leader at (864) 363-6655.
SCHEDULE: MEETING scheduled for the 16th of January @ 6:30PM at Find Great People (FGP).
SPEAKER: John and Sean Yeary
TOPIC: Chromebooks, Java, Cloud, and Minecraft... Oh My!
This presentation will focus on using a low cost Chromebook for kids to do amazing things.
We will demonstrate how to install crouton, Ubuntu Precise, Java 7, and Minecraft on a Chromebook.
A discussion and demonstration of the installation of Openshift CL and Google Cloud SDK tools will be performed.
A demonstration of using Openshift to run a private Minecraft server will be shown.
Finally, we will close out the session on using Google Compute Engine as the ultimate Minecraft server will be demonstrated.
A Q&A will be provided at the end to ask our local Minecraft “expert” any questions you have about Minecraft.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES:
Pizza and Drinks by Find Great People.
REGISTRATION: Please register here.
We conduct a FREE ten (10) week Oracle™ Certified Professional Java™ SE 7 Programmer (Official Oracle Site) exam preparation that is open to all members.
If you wish to participate, please purchase the required books and have completed reading the sections prior to coming to the meeting. The books, presentations, and code samples can be found here.
NOTE: If you want to participate in the boot camp, please sign up at JUG Events.
Please see the details for our program and get more information: Oracle™ Certified Java™ Programmer.
January: Chromebooks, Java, Cloud, and Minecraft... Oh My!
February: Wildfly EE Server
November: JavaOne 2014 Discussion
December: Annual Christmas Party
Previous meetings can be found here: Previous Meetings.
The Greenville Java™ Users Group is a community of Java™ programmers who meet to discuss Java™ technologies. Our goal is to keep the community informed of new technology, exchange ideas, and educate.
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