Shield4J is a Java class and Android APK obfuscator, encrypter, shrinker and merger based on a powerful and easy-to-use online service. It supports all types of most common Java applications: self-contained Main, Java Web Start (JWS), SWT, Swing/AWT, Applets, Web Servlets, JavaFX and Android - JAR, APK, DEX, WAR. It makes your code stronger against reverse-engineering and reduces the JVM and Dalvik VM class loading time and memory consumption.
Java Swing application for managing a SmugMug (www.smugmug.com) account's content: uploading/downloading images, managing categories, subcategories, albums. It uses the jSmugAPI, and jSmugREST libraries (also created by the owner of this project). jSmugAPI is a wrapper around the SmugMug API. jSmugREST is a service provider for the REST interface from SmugMug, and implements the SPI (NetEngine) in jSmugAPI. See the PROJECT LINKS section at the left for a link to the presentation site.
The south bay Java and JVM user group is a group of software developers who get together the third thursday of every month to share ideas, best practices, and learn about new technology running on a Java Virtual Machine. We meet at the VirtualTourist.com office located at 801 Parkview Dr N, El Segundo, CA 90245.
The Sumo Robots originally debuted as the "JavaNator" at James Gosling's JavaOne 2002 keynote. They were subsequently used for the SunOne Sumo Java Programming Competition at SunOne 2003. The Sumos show off real-time Java features using the Ajile processor packaged in a Systronix Jstamp. And they demonstrate a simple Java interface for controlling robots for the ancient and honorable sport of Japanese Sumo Robot Wrestling!