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Welcome to the NYC Java Study Groups JUG (Java User Group), a http://Java.net
We are an independent vendor neutral professional association of Java developers who meet monthly collaborating on Java technologies for all levels of expertise. We feature expert speakers, study groups (e.g. certification) and networking.
We are the Java SIG (Special Interest Group) of the NYPC Users Group
This JUG has a forum at Yahoo Groups called nycjava_net. To join, please attend one of the meetings.
June General Meeting: Thursday, June 7, 6:30pm at NYPC (New Yorker Hotel Rm 550 34th St & 8th Ave)
Topic: JavaOne Review - Speaker: Dario Laverde
We'll go more in depth with some hands-on JavaFX coding as well as additional JavaOne 2007 topics. -DL
There will be door prizes.
July General Meeting: (Tuesday June 26 - not Thurs July 5)
(joint meeting with Microsoft Architecture SIG meeting at Microsoft)
Speakers: Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene
Topic: - to be announced - There will be door prizes.
this meeting requires RSVP - please send email to rsvp @ nycjava.net
more meetings to be announced
Related upcoming meetings: NYC Java Meetup
The New York City Java May Meetup: http://java.meetup.com/59
Monday, May 21, 2007, 7:00 PM -
This is a social networking event. Meet fellow NYC area Java developers, managers, recruiters, basically anyone with an interest in Java technologies.
Java Enterprise Study Group 7-9pm Thurs May 17
at NYPC (New Yorker Hotel 34th and 8th Ave Room 550)
NYCJava.net May monthly general meeting - Monday April 30, 6:30-9pm
Speaker: Elliotte Rusty Harold, adjunct professor of computer science at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, author of numerous books on Java and XML. His Java news website: http://www.cafeaulait.org and blog: http://cafe.elharo.com
Topic: Java 7 and Beyond
2007 will go down in history as the year Sun Microsystems gave up the reins of the Java platform, releasing it under an open source license to the Java developer community. In this talk Java developer Elliotte Rusty Harold predicts new directions for the Java platform, in everything from scripting to bug fixing to new syntax. We'll talk about various proposals for both the language and libraries including closures, type inference, I/O, and more.
thanks to all who came, especially to our speaker and for posting the presentation at his cafeaulait.org website: Java_7_and_Beyond
Past and Related News Items:
We were studying for the free beta exam SCBCD 5.0 (Sun Certified Business Component Developer) also referred to as EJB 3.0 Certification, congrats to those who passed! The SCJP (Programmers) certification study group is on hiatus but will return in June. To study for the EJB 3.0 (SCBCD5) certification, please see Java Enterprise Study Group -DL
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This site is editable by our members, to become a member please stop by one of our general meetings or study group meetings (members when editing please make use of the two letter wiki id -DL)
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