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John Yeary
Works at Infor Global Solutions
Attended Maine Maritime Academy
Lives in Greenville, SC
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LGBT and Military Service
I understand that there has been a change in DoD policy to allow current transgender soldiers and sailors to remain in the service without fear of being discharged. We have come a great distance from my days as a sailor in the 1980s and 1990s. I was once op...
I understand that there has been a change in DoD policy to allow current transgender soldiers and sailors to remain in the service without fear of being discharged. We have come a great distance from my days as a sailor in th...
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Nuclear Deterrent
The article " The Fading U.S. Nuclear Deterrent " in the Wall Street Journal by VADM Monroe should be an eye opener and another wake-up call for the U.S policy makers. Admiral Monroe is in a expert position to comment on the aging U.S. nuclear arsenal and f...
The article "The Fading U.S. Nuclear Deterrent" in the Wall Street Journal by VADM Monroe should be an eye opener and another wake-up call for the U.S policy makers. Admiral Monroe is in a expert position to comment on the ag...
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American tech workers in Orlando found their jobs and desks transferred to immigrants brought in under H-1B visas by an Indian firm.
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GlassFish is the reference implementation of Java EE and as such supports Enterprise JavaBeans, JPA, JavaServer Faces, JMS, RMI, JavaServer Pages, servlets, etc. This allows developers to create enterprise applications that are portable and scalable, and that integrate with legacy technologies. Optional components can also be installed for additional services.
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Congratulations! You just bought a new Chevy, GMC, or Cadillac. You really like driving it. And it's purchased, not leased, and all paid off with no liens, so it's all yours... isn't it? Well, no, ...
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GlassFish is the reference implementation of Java EE and as such supports Enterprise JavaBeans, JPA, JavaServer Faces, JMS, RMI, JavaServer Pages, servlets, etc. This allows developers to create enterprise applications that are portable and scalable, and that integrate with legacy technologies. Optional components can also be installed for additional services.
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Waiting to get the 2" hair cut to 0" so it fits nicely under my cover. 
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Freedom of Association
I was contemplating the recent $135,000.00 fine imposed by the Oregon Labor Commission on the Sweet Cakes bakery because of their failure to bake a cake for a lesbian couple for their wedding. I find this to be so insane that I can't imagine how they even c...
I was contemplating the recent $135,000.00 fine imposed by the Oregon Labor Commission on the Sweet Cakes bakery because of their failure to bake a cake for a lesbian couple for their wedding. I find this to be so insane that...
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Cyber Warfare
In the Opinion section of the Wall Street Journal for Monday, 13 July 2015, there was an article posted by L. Gordon Crovitz entitled " Portents of World Cyberwar ". The article is a short and well done read about a possible future conflict. The fictional o...
In the Opinion section of the Wall Street Journal for Monday, 13 July 2015, there was an article posted by L. Gordon Crovitz entitled "Portents of World Cyberwar". The article is a short and well done read about a possible fu...
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Simmer budget-friendly beef stew meats to tender, fall apart perfection using your slow cooker and Cook Smart's recipe. The trick is to tenderize the beef before cooking then let it stew slowly in ...
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Twelve tips for those of you hosting WordPress on OpenShift Online. Learn how to move your MySQL database to a separate gear, disable idling, reduce downtime, enable caching, setup a CDN, improve deliverability of system emails, reduce database clutter, use 'development' mode, and backup your OpenShift WordPress site.
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Work
Occupation
Principal Software Engineer
Employment
  • Infor Global Solutions
    Principal Software Engineer, present
  • AGFA Healthcare
    Senior Enterprise Architect
  • ABS Pacfic
    Marine Construction Surveyor
  • ABS Americas
    Marine Surveyor
  • ABS Americas
    Engineer - Offshore B&PV
  • United States Navy
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Currently
Greenville, SC
Previously
Columbia, SC - Raleigh, NC - Okpo-dong, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea - The Woodlands, TX - Spring, TX - Houston, TX - Castine, ME - Cumberland, ME - Brunswick, ME - Sigonella, Lentini, Province of Syracuse, Italy - Rota, Cádiz, Spain - Lajes, Terceira, Azores, Portugal - Woolwich, ME - Chicago, IL
Story
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Java...drink it, and write MVC model 2 n-tier enterprise applications with it.
Introduction

 I believe in the spirit of community. We together can make the world a better place. Technology has the power to improve the lives of our fellow man. It also has the power to destroy us all.


We as a society must try to understand how we transform the world around us!


In 1984, we had a vision of the future where we were connected. The fear of "Big Brother" was just science fiction. Today, we have "smart" phones with geographical location, and cameras. Youtube, Flickr, and Picasa are a click away. Social sites have broken down privacy so that we have come to accept "friending" as a social norm with all of its barriers to privacy abandoned.


This is not to say that technology is so scary. Geo-location can save lives, it can help farmers control planting, keeping in touch with family and friends is a click away. Twitter can tell us when something like an earthquake is happening before the official information is reported. Facebook can lead to social revolution like the "Arab Spring".

Education
  • Maine Maritime Academy
    Marine Systems Engineering
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