Kangaroo-egg is a new webserver, it use Java language developed. It followed HTTP1.1 protocol and has DQM script language and container(very like Servlet/JSP). So it can used in medium or small web application. Our believe it will become a popular webserver soon.
A Java User Group Community for all level of Java users.
Members’ platform to share their skills with the user group, learn and enrich themselves from other users, build a stronger network of java users on the Eastern Indian zone.
The community will ,
-host small java users' meetings to discuss on latest developments in java
- open online session
- open workshop events
- open quick learn materials/trainings
- attempt to help out students interested/working on java platform
The London Java Community (LJC), aka the London JUG. We hosting a variety of events (talks, coding dojos, unconferences and more) on a weekly or fortnightly basis.
For those interested in the wider ecosystem, we also act as a 'mother ship' for other user groups such as Scala, Clojure, Jboss + others.
Most recently we won the open seat on the Java SE/EE Executive Committee and hope to represent Java developer's interests world wide with regards to the JCP and Java standards.
The LI JUG is dedicated to building a community of Java developers (and anyone interested in learning!) local to Long Island. Monthly meetings with talks and discussions about Java tools and technologies will be organized.
Started in 2009, the Lorraine JUG aims at gather users of Java technologies in Lorraine (eastern region of France). Hosted at ESIAL, a computer sciences engineering school, we want to create bridges between IT professionals and students by sharing experiences around Java.
Madrid JUG es un grupo de entusiastas de Java, Scala, JRuby, Groovy, Clojure y, en general, de cualquier lenguaje que se ejecute sobre la JVM. Nuestro interés es compartir el conocimiento en torno a la plataforma Java en el área de Madrid, España
Mauritius Java™ User Group (MuJUG) is a non-profit organization that actively supports the professional advance of the Mauritian developers. It works for encouragement of experience exchange between them and improvement of their knowledge and skills in the area of software design and development. Visit our website on www.mujug.org for details of the next JUG meeting and venue
The Victorian Chapter of the Australian Java User Group.
We meet monthly, in the Melbourne CBD.
See our Meetup Group for upcoming meetups http://www.meetup.com/Melbourne-Java-JVM-Users-Group and join the existing discussions at the Ajug-Victoria Yahoo Groups board http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/ajug-victoria
The Wisconsin Java Users Group is an 8 year old free, informal, technical forum for Java enthusiasts, from beginners to experienced professionals with over 500 local members. The group enables technology sharing throughout the Milwaukee IT community.
The Montreal Java User Group is a group where people meet regularly to exchange ideas and discuss technology news related to the Java platform. We meet every month. Meetings are free, open to everyone and usually consist in a 60mn to 90mn technical presentation, product demonstration or an open discussion.
The Morocco JUG (Java User Group in Morocco) aims to provide a platform for all Java enthusiasts to network, exchange ideas, share knowledge and help each other in order to strengthen the Java community in Morocco. Our members come from Morocco's considerable high tech community and multiple universities. We encourage anybody from beginner to expert interested in Java and related technologies to join us.
for more details about our JUG check out our web site at www.moroccojug.org
MUFIX - Java User Group at Menouifya University , EGYPT. is a student community based at the Faculty of Computers and Information, Menoufia University, that aims at improving the technical skills of the faculty students, raising awareness of the job market needs, and promoting open source developing tools and techniques
ChinaNanjingJUG has about 80 memebers until now, and we commit ourselves to populating Java EE and contributing Java EE's future. Our goal is as following: 1 contributing to Java EE Spec actively 2 contributing Oracle GlassFish Development, currently, in our JUG, there are two GlassFish Committers including me. 3 populating Java EE related technology in China Nanjing and China.
The New England Java Users Group (NEJUG) was formed in November 1998. It is open to everyone interested in Java and the JVM. Meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of each month. They usually start at 6pm, at the Sun Microsystems Campus in Burlington, Massachusetts.
NormandyJUG is a French local JUG which goal is to federate java users from Normandy. We spotted here that not everybody has the opportunity to join ParisJUG or other French JUG. So if you can't go to the JUG, the JUG will come to you ! We plan to make monthly or bimestrial meetings focusing on Java technologies (Wicket, JavaFX, AspectJ, Grails ...)
The Northern Virginia Java Users Group is a professional organization with over two thousand members, promoting the education of Software Engineering in general, and the use of Java and related technologies in particular. We meet regularly to network and attend high quality technical presentations. Traditionally, the NovaJUG has two standing meetings a month, on the second Wednesday and fourth Tuesdays. The meetings are in the McLean and Reston, Virginia areas respectively.
We are the Group of NetBeans Users in Brazil, programmers who use or simply they admire the productivity that IDE of the NetBeans in offers them. Our main objective is to divulge its benefits in a software project, as well as, to collaborate with all the Java community in the sharing of tips, doubts and solutions concerning this tool.
NYC Java User Group. Lectures, workshops and study groups (hands on coding). Focusing on all Java related technologies for over 10 years. Stop by a general meeting (first Thursdays) at the NYPC meeting room at the New Yorker Hotel. Free and no RSVP required. Networking over dinner after meeting.
Welcome to the New York Java Special Interest Group (NYJavaSIG). The NYJavaSIG is a technical community comprised of software engineers, application architects, technical managers and new media developers that have a common interest in all aspects of Java Technology.
We currently have approximately 3,400 members and meet once a month. Past speakers include Calvin Austin, Arthur van Hoff, Jim Waldo, Ed Roman, Scott Oaks, Henry Wong, Doug Lea, Bill Day, Karl Jacobs, Ethan Henry, Nat Wyatt, David Sherr, Jonathan Nobels, Bob Pasker, Simon Phipps, David Chappell, Max Goff, Jose Moreira, Maurice Balick, Rinaldo DiGiorgio, Peter Haggar, Robin Roos, Anne Thomas-Manes, Duncan Johnston-Watt, Steve Ross-Talbot and even Penn and Teller!