The Brussels Java User Group will be celebrating their first anniversary at their Thursday, April 28 meeting. The discussion topic for the meeting will be Java EE 6, GlassFish and OSGi. Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine will be the guest speaker...
The Brussels Java User Group  will be celebrating their first anniversary at their Thursday, April 28 meeting. The discussion topic for the meeting is Java EE 6, GlassFish and OSGi . Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine  will be the guest speaker for that topic:
"Most of you certainly know Alexis. He is a member of the GlassFish team and has been acting as the ambassador for the project for the past couple of years. He has been working at Oracle (Sun Microsystems) for over 10 years and is a regular speaker at development and JUG conferences such as Devoxx, JCertif, JavaOne or JavaZone. He also spends quality time with customers, developers, and architects to better drive the evolution of Oracle middleware technologies. Alexis also participates in various open source communities."
Chris Gruwier and Tom Vleminckx will also speak at the meeting, presenting "Continuous build on steroids."
The Brussels JUG About  page introduces the group's founding principles:
The idea of creating a JUG in Brussels was born out of the conclusion that despite of the fact that Brussels shelters thousands of Java developers, the city lacks what we would consider a