الخميس، 31 ديسمبر 2009

JDC2010 on 27th Feb 2010


Event : JDC2010
When:27th feb 2010
Where :Cairo International Conference Center
Organizers : EGJUG with contribution of DNB NGO
Fees:100 EGP

The JDC 2010 will discuss interesting topics which will add a lot for the Egyptian developers and enrich their skills. The topics of JDC:-
1- Rich Internet Application and Client
- JSF, JavaFX, Adobe Flex, JBoss Rich Faces ..etc
2- Enterprise Application Integration


Ed Burns is currently a Senior Staff Engineer at Sun Microsystems, Inc. At Sun, Ed leads a team of web experts from across the industry in developing JavaServer™ Faces Technology through the Java Community Process and in open source.

Hazem Saleh has six years of experience in JEE and open source technologies. He is an Apache MyFaces committer. He is the initiator of many components in the MyFaces projects such as Tomahawk CAPTCHA, Commons ExportActionListener, Media, PasswordStrength and others. He is the founder of GMaps4JSF (an integration project that integrates both Google Maps with Java ServerFaces) and Mashups4JSF (an integration project that integrates famous mashup services with Java ServerFaces). He is the author of the "The Definitive Guide to Apache MyFaces and Facelets (Apress)" book. He is an author of many JSF articles and a JSF public speaker. He is now working for IBM Egypt as a staff engineer. He is recognized as a SME (Subject Matter Expert) in web 2.0 technologies.

Cagatay Civici is the founder and project lead of popular PrimeFaces Component Suite, PMC member of open source JSF implementation Apache MyFaces and committer of Atmosphere Ajax Push/Comet Framework.

Mike Keith has been a distributed systems and persistence expert for 20 years, and has a great deal of teaching, research and development experience in these and many other areas

If you are waiting for JDC 2010 news, follow it on twitter http://twitter.com/egjdc
and check the website http://jdc2010.egjug.org

الاثنين، 7 ديسمبر 2009

Egyptian developer got rank 4 in Google Code Jam 2009




Google Code Jam is a coding competition in which professional and student programmers are asked to solve complex algorithmic challenges in a limited amount of time. The contest is all-inclusive: Google Code Jam lets you program in the coding language and development environment of your choice


In 2009, total 8605 people competed. In the qualification round 5 out of top 10 participants were from US, 3 from Russia and 1 each from Egypt and Netherlands


Ahmed Ali who got rank 4
Egyptian devlopers also got rank 19(oa12gb),67(Naguib),76(Islam Diaa)
Participants who did 99 score from Egypt were 24 participants

Congratulation for all Egyptian developers