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Special Tuesday night meeting

But wait, there's more!

 

The original announcement is below but Brad Philips will also be presenting on Social frameworks in iOS 6!

 

=== Original announcement ===

Craig Castelaz is presenting this week. (Two other speakers also volunteered but I don't have abstracts yet). Craig is talking about:

It's early days yet, but j2objc appears to be shaping up to be a
useful tool to add to your cross-platform arsenal. The idea is fairly
simple. You write the non-UI part of your code, i.e. the model, in
Java, which allows it to be used directly within GWT and Android.
j2objc then translates the Java into Objective-C which is then useable
in your OS X and of iOS projects.

This will be a short presentation demonstrating simple examples,
outlining some of the peculiarities of translating Java to
Objective-C, and j2objc's current capabilities and limitations."

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