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Kick-of meeting of GRASS project

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GOOD OLD AI Research Network hosted in Belgrade a kick-off meeting of the recently started project Grading Soft Skills - GRASS. It is a 3-year research project supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) of the EU and focuses on continuous development, measurement, assessment, grading and recognition of learners' soft skills, spanning different ages and educational levels, based on the idea of digital badges

Partners in the project are: University of Belgrade, Serbia; KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; University of Limerick, Ireland; University of Zagreb, Croatia; First Grammar School of Kragujevac, Serbia; Väsby New Gymnasium, Sweden; Coláiste Chiaráin, Ireland; Landsurveying school, Croatia.

Filip Radulovic's Talk

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On Wednesday, May 22, 2013, as part of our regular group meeting, our member Filip Radulovic, a PhD candidate at the Ontology Engineering Group (OEG), based at the School of Computer Science at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain, will give a talk on research in OEG and on his own research done at OEG.

Zoran Sevarac is Featured Speaker at JavaOne 2012 Conference.

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Zoran Sevarac is one of the featured speakers at this years JavaOne conference. JavaOne is the biggest and most influential Java conference worldwide. This is his third year in a row as a speaker at JavaOne, and this year he has three sessions:


GOOD OLD AI Members Meeting - 19.01.2011.

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Regular monthly GOOD OLD AI Members Meeting has been held on 19.01.2011. Presentations were given by:

PresenterBojan Jovicic

TopicAgile Software Development and Microsoft Dynamics AX


"Microsoft Dynamics AX is still not considered main-stream in developer circles and usually developers don’t like to switch to this work environment from some main stream technologies like Microsoft.NET or Java. Companies who use Dynamics AX rarely embrace popular Agile approaches like Scrum or XP (eXtreme Programming).

In this session we will focus on what Microsoft Dynamics AX offers to development teams which want to go Agile. We will present VCS (Version Control System) capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics AX which support Continuous Integration as one of key agile pillars. Static code analysis quality checks will be presented, and we will show how we can expand this to include advanced concepts as code quality metrics."


PresenterBojan Tomic

TopicJEFF: Java Explanation Facility Framework - PhD Thesis Topic


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