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DenverJUG-07/14/2004 Dudney-JSF & Java Studio Creator/Maslyn-JESS rules engine

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Bill Dudney's talk this Wednesday, July 14th will take you through the
basics of building a JavaServer Faces application. You will understand
how to build a basic JSF application. We will build an application
manually and then build it again with Java Studio Creator. If time
permits, we'll compare the two implementations to identify when and
how to use JSCreator effectively. Bill is the co-author of three
books; J2EE AntiPatterns (Wiley), Jakarta Pitfalls (Wiley), and
Mastering JavaServer Faces (Wiley), and author of Eclipse Live
(SourceBeat). Bill is also on the J2EE 1.5 Specification Expert Group

Our Basic Concept's talk by Mark Maslyn will be on The Java Expert
System Shell (JESS).
JESS is a rule engine and scripting environment written entirely in
Java. You write declarative rules, if/then, and the system generates
code that does artificial reasoning to find solutions to your
constraints. Using Jess, you can build Java software that has the
capacity to "reason" using knowledge you supply in the form of
declarative rules. Jess is small, light, and one of the fastest rule
engines available. Come learn the foundational concepts of rule
programming and describing in the Jess language.

Please pass this on to any body you think might be interested in attending.
Please tell them that our meetings are free and open to the public.


5:30 ��� 6:00 p.m. Food, and Networking.

6:00 ��� 7:00 p.m. Basic Concepts ��� Mark Maslyn ��� JESS rules engine

7:00 - 7:15 p.m. Announcements

7:15 - 8:30 p.m. ��� Bill Dudney ��� JavaServer Faces and Java Studio Creator

8:30 p.m. Door prizes

��� E-book from Manning Publications (http://www.manning.com)
��� $20 gift certificate and books from Softpro Books (http://www.softpro.com)
��� Java Exam simulator from Whizlabs (http://www.whizlabs.com)

Qwest Auditorium is located downtown Denver at
1005 17th St, Denver, CO 80202. The building entrance
you want is located on 17th and Arapahoe. For maps, see:


Thanks to our regular Denver JUG sponsors for supporting the Java community:
- Qwest for providing facilities (http://www.qwest.com)
- MicroStaff for providing food (http://wwwmicrostaff.com)
- TEKsystems for providing food (http://www.teksystems.com/)
- EvolutionHosting for providing web hosting (http://www.evolutionhosting.com)

See all sponsors: http://www.denverjug.org/community/sponsors.html

If you have questions about Denver JUG,
please visit the website or contact Tom McQueeney, president@denverjug.org

If you are interested in speaking at a Denver JUG meeting,
please contact Alastair Mayer at: vp@denverjug.org

If your company is interested in sponsoring Denver JUG events,
please contact Greg Ostravich at: marketing@denverjug.org

Thanks and hope to see you there!

- Greg Ostravich
Vice President Marketing
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