Debugging Java with Eclipse 3.2

I realize the subject of debugging Java applications with Eclipse is nothing new:

What is new is that I’ll be giving a presentation on this subject at this month’s Northern NJ Java Meetup on Tuesday, January 16th, sometime after 7:00 PM. This month’s meetup will take place at the Robert Half Technologies office in the Mack-Cali office park at 61 South Paramus Road in Paramus, NJ.

The presentation is intended for folks who are already familiar with the basics of Java programming, but assumes no knowledge of Eclipse. In other words, I’d say this is a very introductory-level preso.

In addition, Steve Goguen will be doing a presentation on “Unobtrusive Javascript using jQuery” the same night. jQuery is a beautiful JavaScript library, originally written by John Resig, which makes writing client-side JavaScript for web applications downright enjoyable and easy. If you do any client-side JavaScript, especially DHTML and AJAX, if you haven’t looked at jQuery yet, you definitely should. Steve’s preso should serve as a gentle introduction to some of the basics behind jQuery.

If you are in the Northern NJ area and would like to attend, please feel free to stop by. As a courtesy, it would be nice if you could either RSVP for the meetup, or leave a comment below letting me know you plan to come and how many guests you may be bringing. This is because our gracious hosts–Robert Half Technologies–who donates the meeting space to us, also provides pizza and soda, so it’s nice to have an idea of how much food to order based on how many attendees there will be.

I’ll post the slides from my preso after I give it on Tuesday. Check this space for updates.

Update: Here are the slides —


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