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*'''05/26/09''' @ 5:30pm  Eclipse Hawaii User's Group Meeting @ [http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=ibm+ala+moana&sll=21.380941,-157.736905&sspn=0.011269,0.022745&ie=UTF8&ll=21.292893,-157.850919&spn=0.022552,0.04549&z=15&iwloc=A IBM Honolulu].
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*'''09/15/09''' @ 5:30pm  Eclipse Hawaii User's Group Meeting @ [http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=ibm+ala+moana&sll=21.380941,-157.736905&sspn=0.011269,0.022745&ie=UTF8&ll=21.292893,-157.850919&spn=0.022552,0.04549&z=15&iwloc=A IBM Honolulu].
**'''[http://www.sethladd.com Seth Ladd] will speak on [http://hadoop.apache.org/ Hadoop], [http://aws.amazon.com/elasticmapreduce/ Amazon Elastic MapReduce] and Eclipse'''
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**'''Nikolas Yem will speak Going Mobile with Eclipse'''
**iding on the excitement from April's presentation on '''Eclipse and Amazon EC2''', we'll be taking a look at a powerful way to take advantage of all that processing potential. Ever wondered how Google crawls and processes the entire web? With incredible amounts of data (on the order of exobytes) being generated across the world, how can one process, analyze, and derive value from it all? At the May meeting of the Eclipse Users' Group, we'll take a look at Hadoop, the open source Map Reduce and distributed file system framework. Map Reduce is a distributed data processing paradigm, originally popularized by Google, designed to utilize clusters of commodity machines to crunch very large data sets. Hadoop is an open source implementation of MapReduce, along with supporting systems and frameworks, that you can use right now on your own machines or on Amazon EC2. We'll also look at Eclipse based tools that can help you write Map Reduce programs. In addition, we'll take a look at Pig, the high level language for writing Hadoop Map Reduce jobs.
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**Learn how you can use Eclipse to create applications for some of the hottest mobile platforms: Apple iPhone, Google Android, and Palm WebOS.
  
 
*Meet other Eclipse Users
 
*Meet other Eclipse Users
 
*Share your Eclipse stories
 
*Share your Eclipse stories
*Enjoy a light dinner sponsored by [http://www.ibm.com IBM] & [http://www.dataskill.com Dataskill].
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*Enjoy a light dinner sponsored by [http://www.ibm.com IBM].
  
 
===Meeting & Events Archive===
 
===Meeting & Events Archive===

Revision as of 02:45, 4 September 2009

Welcome

E Komo Mai! The Hawaii Eclipse User's Group exists to provide a place for Eclipse enthusiasts to share, learn and contribute to the Eclipse community. We meet once a month on the 3rd Tuesday. At each meeting, we'll have a quick meal (pizza, subs, salads, etc.) and then have a presentation / demo. There will be lots of time for questions and discussion as well.

As this User's group is forming, a list of topics is necessary to move forward. Check out these Topics for consideration.

Upcoming Events

Please join us!

  • 09/15/09 @ 5:30pm Eclipse Hawaii User's Group Meeting @ IBM Honolulu.
    • Nikolas Yem will speak Going Mobile with Eclipse
    • Learn how you can use Eclipse to create applications for some of the hottest mobile platforms: Apple iPhone, Google Android, and Palm WebOS.
  • Meet other Eclipse Users
  • Share your Eclipse stories
  • Enjoy a light dinner sponsored by IBM.

Meeting & Events Archive

Check here for the latest slides and other artifacts from meetings held by eHUG.

Other Events

Check out Topics for other upcoming events.

News

Check out more current events and Tech Happenings at TechHui.com. On TechHui you can meet other local talent, read about local technical events and be a part of the larger technology group here in Hawaii.

Sponsors

We have been very fortunate to have several local and national organizations sponsor the Eclipse Hawaii User's Group. These sponsors have all gone above the call by providing a place to meet, a place to host our web site, and providing food at our events. If you would like the opportunity to become a sponsor, please contact Eclipse Information at info at eclipsehawaii.org.

Jobs

The technical community in Hawaii is small but growing and there are lots of opportunities for employment on the island. From Enterprise IT shops to small entrepreneur business, there are many jobs available. Check out the TechHui local jobs board.

Participation

If you would like to be added to the Eclipse Hawaii mailing list, please send an email to the Eclipse Hawaii Information email at:
info at eclipsehawaii.org.

Contact

If you have questions about the Eclipse Hawaii User's Group, you can email:
Eclipse Hawaii Information
info at eclipsehawaii.org.