SRT Solutions and The Whole Brain Group are working with Adaptive Materials on a new software application for renewable energy. Funded by an Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase II grant, this application will improve the military’s renewable energy usage in the battlefield.
With Adaptive Materials’ renewable energy acumen, SRT Solutions providing the software development expertise, The Whole Brain Group providing the user interface design and artwork, this project is a great opportunity for three Ann Arbor companies to work together.
You can read more about the project on AnnArbor.com.
Please join us in Ann Arbor at SRT Solutions, 206 S. Fifth Avenue, Suite 200, for a Scala Code Retreat this Saturday, September 25 from 9 am – 5 pm. The format is well defined, here: http://coderetreat.com/how-it-works.html.
Basically, we’ll be working together on the same problem. Novice and advanced Scala developers are welcome. There will be no IDE wars (we’ll all just use vi … OK, I’m joking).
In any case, SRT is sponsoring a continental breakfast, and lunch is on your own. There’s no cost to attend.
To register, go to http://coderetreat.ning.com/events/scala-code-retreat-ann-arbor
If you were waiting for the JDK 7 release in preference to Scala for things like lambdas, parts of Project Coin (small language changes), or Jigsaw (modularized JDK), your wait is over. That’s over as in not gonna happen til the middle of 2012.
Maybe that’s too long. Maybe you’re curious about what Scala can do now. If you are, the Ann Arbor Scala Code Retreat is happening at a good time. Join us on Saturday, September 25. We’ll be at SRT Solutions, 206 S. Fifth Ave., Suite 200, from 9-5. That’s at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Washington in downtown Ann Arbor. Everyone is welcome: novice to advanced. This won’t be a tutorial; it will be an active coding session.