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Topic: JPython by Uche Ogbuji
What: Meeting of the Boulder Java Users Group (http://www.bjug.org)
When: January 20th at 7:00PM,
Where: College of Business, CU Boulder, Room 124 Boulder, Colorado
1. Pizza provided by MicroStaff 6:40-7:00
2. Administration 7:00-7:10
Future Speakers
General Announcements
3. Group Interests 7:10-7:25
Announcements
Cool Java applet sightings
4. Presentation 7:25-8:25
JPython (http://www.python.org/jpython/) is a version of the Python
programming language based on Java
byte-code. As such JPython code might differ from Java in
source form, but generates pure Java .class files (JPython is
100% pure Java
certified). Indeed, JPython can use Java objects, and Java
programs can use
objects developed in JPython, all quite seamlessly.


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Directions to the College of Business from Highway 36
(Boulder-Denver Turnpike)
>From the South: take highway 36 west until you reach Colorado Blvd and
turn left (west) at the light. Take your first left on Regent Drive. The
College of Business in the second building on your right just past the
Engineering building. Parking is available on the street, or in the
Parking structure across form the Engineering building.
>From the North: take 28th street until you reach Colorado Blvd and turn
right (west) at the light. Take your first left on Regent Drive. The
College of Business in the second building on your right just past the
Engineering building. Parking is available on the street, or in the
Parking structure across form the Engineering building.
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