Project providing extensions, fixes and improvements of the Image I/O project such as support the GDAL I/O library, support for readeing/writing JPEG2000 files with Kakadu, improved support for reading/writing tiff files ********IMPORTANT NOTICE*********** The project has been moved to github. The entire material will be moved over slowly over time. Please, refere to this link for update information: https://github.com/geosolutions-it/imageio-ext/
Welcome to the Robotics Community on java.net! All of the projects that are a part of our community are listed here. Who is the Robotics Community? We are programmers on java.net writing open source code for Java, Java derived languages and hardware devices which support Java interfaces. We host projects that help us explore how intelligent devices augment human abilities. We especially encourage projects that create tools for supporting robotics education.
This project is contains the code used by the successful Greenville Java Users Group (GreenJUG) Certification Boot Camp. The code used in this project contains examples of good and really bad coding concepts. If you can read and understand this code. A certification exam is going to be easy. Remember these questions: Does it compile?, Does it run? What is the result. Once you get that concept look at the code.
JTB is a syntax tree builder to be used with the Java Compiler Compiler (JavaCC) parser generator. JTB was originally developped at UCLA up to version 1.3.2 (http://compilers.cs.ucla.edu/jtb/). It has been upgraded in version 1.4.0+ (2009-2010), as an embedded tool within the SourceForge Eclipse JavaCC plugin. It is now (2011) provided as a standalone tool in the same hosting environment as JavaCC.
The Java Champions are an exclusive group of passionate Java technology and community leaders who are community-nominated and selected under a project sponsored by Oracle. Java Champions get the opportunity to provide feedback, ideas, and direction that will help Oracle grow the Java Platform. This interchange may be in the form of technical discussions and/or community-building activities with Oracle's Java Development and Developer Program teams.
JUG-Chennai: A Java Community (Java User Group) located in Chennai the capital city of Tamilnadu, India. The group focuses and promotes Java and related technology in and around Chennai. It’s a group of professionals, businessmen, students who use Java in day to day life as a profession, hobby or as a job like to learn and spread the technology.