The London Java Community (LJC), aka the London JUG. We hosting a variety of events (talks, coding dojos, unconferences and more) on a weekly or fortnightly basis.
For those interested in the wider ecosystem, we also act as a 'mother ship' for other user groups such as Scala, Clojure, Jboss + others.
Most recently we won the open seat on the Java SE/EE Executive Committee and hope to represent Java developer's interests world wide with regards to the JCP and Java standards.
Oracle Information Rights Management (IRM) uses encryption to secure and track ALL copies of an organization's sensitive documents and emails - regardless of how many copies are made, or where those copies are stored and used - even copies sent outside the firewall. Oracle IRM Wrapper is a Java desktop application that can manually 'wrap' and 'unwrap' ANY file format on ANY operating system using the same classification-based rights model and encryption as the core Oracle IRM product.
A psychometric research project inspired by the Rasch book "Probabilistic Models". The aim is to code a large number of (initially) Primary/Grade School math questions, and to use probabilistic analysis to estimate item difficulty and student ability on a common scale.
Javonet is the Java to .NET Interoperability Bridge. It is single jar file solution that allows you to use any .NET library in your JAVA project with native performance. Offering great fluent API it is assumed as simplest JAVA to .NET bridge ever. Developers do not need to make any changes to .NET dlls. Javonet allows to call any custom, third-party or framework dlls, invoke any methods even generic, get/set any field and work with any objects like they were native JAVA classes.