An Introduction to FXGL

Last week, Brighton Java had a session from Almas Baimagambetov of Brighton University, who introduced the FXGL game library. The session featured three introductory videos and some discussions . I’ve embedded the three videos at the bottom of this post. What was most exciting to me was how quickly results could be produced. One of… Continue reading An Introduction to FXGL

Brighton Java and the Pandemic

When the pandemic first struck, I put Brighton Java into hibernation. I expected the pandemic to be resolved after maybe six months, and thought I would wait it out. Since that’s not what has happened, it’s time to consider what a local Java User Group should be when we can’t meet together. The obvious response… Continue reading Brighton Java and the Pandemic

Brighton Java 2020

We’ve just announced the first two events for Brighton Java in 2020. On Tuesday January 28th, we have a talk on Serialization Vulnerabilities in Java from Joe Beeton and sponsored by Amex. The talk looks at how Java applications can be vulnerable to serialization attacks, and how they can be protected. The talk will be… Continue reading Brighton Java 2020

Brighton Java Coding Dojo

Coding Dojos are a way for developers to practise together and improve their skills. I first became aware of them through the sessions run by Tom and Joh at Future Platforms. Since then, I’ve run lunchtime sessions at Crunch and now we’re running them as part of Brighton Java. What happens at a Coding Dojo The coding… Continue reading Brighton Java Coding Dojo