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Java Wearables / IoT Scale Data Arch

Held by Utah Java Users Group on 15 October 2015 5:30 PM


5:30-6:00 : Pizza 

6:00-7:00 : "Catch me if you can", Java on wearables - Gerrit Grunwald 

7:00-8:00 : The Internet of Things - Bryan Reinero

8:00 : Door Prizes 



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