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Year 2011


  Java Talk: JESSICA2 Project Update
     
  Date: June 9 , 2011
  Venue: Room QR512, Core Q, PolyU Campus
  Organizer(s): Hong Kong Java User Group
  Co-organizer(s): Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Remark(s):

JESSICA2 (Java-Enabled Single-System-Image Computing Architecture version 2) is a distributed Java Virtual Machine (DJVM) to support parallel execution of multithreaded Java applications in a networked cluster environment. Implemented as a cluster middleware at the Java virtual machine level for realizing single system image, JESSICA2, makes the whole cluster look as a single machine running a single JVM. With JESSICA2 DJVM, a single Java program can span multiple computing nodes, and enjoy extreme computation power, huge memory space, and strong I/O capabilities.

Dr C.L. Wang has previously spoken at HKJUG event on the project - he would provide an update to the latest development of the project.

For event agenda and online registration, please click here.

For project detail, please click here.

   
   
     

  PolyU Consultation Day for JUPAS Applicants 2011
     
  Date: May 21, 2011
  Venue: PolyU Campus
  Organizer(s): The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Co-organizer(s): -
  Remark(s): Our RFID-enabled solutions were presented to students.
   
 
     

  Java Talk: Laying Java to REST: JAX RS
     
  Date: May 6, 2011
  Venue: Room Y404, Lee Shau Kee Building, PolyU Campus
  Organizer(s): Hong Kong Java User Group
  Co-organizer(s): Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Remark(s):

This session is about:
What is REST API and Java point of view and JAX RS.

This would be an basic to intermediate level. People with proper web application , J2EE background should be a good audience for this session.

About the speaker :-
Ranganath is the founder of Bangalore Open Java User Group, Foss Enthusiast, polyglot, has worked on Android, Linux Kernel, Customisation of Linux Kernel and porting kernel to various platforms.

Ranganath is part of various communites like Python User Group and Bangalore Linux Group.

You can find his blog at http://ranganaths.wordpress.com/.

   
   
     

  International Information & Communication Technology Expo 2011
     
  Date: April 13-16, 2011
  Venue: Booth No. 3G-A08, Hall 3, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
  Organizer(s): Hong Kong Trade Development Council
  Exhibitor(s): Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Remark(s):
The project team was invited to be an exhibitor in this event. We promote our RFID technology applications to the public and the industries.
   
 
   
 
     

  HK U-21 RFID Awards Winning Projects Sharing cum Awards Program Briefing 2011
     
  Date: April 8 , 2011 (Friday)
  Venue: HJ305, 3/F., Core J, PolyU Campus
  Organizer(s): GS1 Hong Kong
  Co-organizer(s): - Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  Remark(s):

The event aims to share the U-21 RFID Awards winning cases and enable the young talents to expose real life business implementation to further inspire their innovativeness in developing and designing RFID and related applications to tackle business and daily life problems.

At the event, we will also kick off our HK RFID U-21 Awards 2011 campaign to introduce the awards categories, the entry requirements, the judging panel, our track records etc to the potential participants from all local institutes.

For event agenda and online registration, please click here.

   
 
     
 
     

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