The Cndnsd Vrsn: 4pm Tuesday April 22 ACS Rm 123 - JDBC
At the April 22nd meeting of the Front Range UNIX Users Group
George Watson will give a tour of the Java database access package.
Part of the Java API version 1.1, contains several key abstractions, based on ODBC, which enable the easy access to data from Java applications/applets. This talk will give a brief explanation of the historical basis for JDBC, the JDBC classes, and their application.
George Watson is vice-president and co-founder of The Stoker Group, a team/project oriented consulting firm based in Boulder, Colorado. George has been developing hardware and software for over 18 years. He has been working with object technologies since the late 1980s and has extensive experience in object-oriented analysis and design, molecular modeling, computer-aided dispatch, health care and others. Since mid-1995 he has been working with Java developing database related packages.
The next meeting of the Front Range UNIX Users Group will be in room 123 of the
CU Academic Computing Center building at Arapahoe and Marine Streets in Boulder.
Marine St intersects Arapahoe at 38th St; the Computing Center is on the southwest corner.
At the March 13th meeting of the Front Range UNIX Users Group Mark Lutz, the author of Programming Python, gave a high-level introduction to the Python programming language.
See the previous meetings page on the Fruug web site for more detail.
Next month Mike Sanford, the SCO's Western Area Systems Engineering Manager, will give a talk on the coexistence of SCO UNIX and Windows NT. The date is May 15th.
On June 5th Rob Kolstad will give a sendmail-mailing-list accelerator talk.
Contact the FRUUG Executive Committee at
fruug at fruug.org
if you have other interesting topic ideas or are interested in presenting a
This month O'Reilly & Associates sent us the new edition
of their classic sendmail book, covering sendmail Version 8.8
from Berkeley and the standard versions available on most systems.
The second edition includes an expanded tutorial, and new
topics including the #error delivery agent, exit values, MIME
headers, and how to set up and use the user database, mailertable,
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must be on the membership list to check books out. Books are due at the meeting
following the one in which they are checked out. If you don't
return your library books by the next meeting, you might find
yourself on our overdue book list.
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may have the chance to use them as well.
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