Established in 1975, ACGNJ is the oldest continuously running computer club in the United States. We are a non-profit educational group. The group consists of about a dozen special interest groups (SIGs) which meet at various times during the month. These meetings are open to the public (but membership has its privileges) and address a variety of proficiency levels, from newbie to techie.
Co-facilitated by Mike Redlich and Barry Burd.
Mike founded the ACGNJ Java Users Group in February 2001. He currently serves on the ACGNJ Board of Directors as Past President. Mike is a Senior Research Technician at ExxonMobil Research & Engineering in Clinton, New Jersey (views expressed are his own). He also serves as a Java Queue news editor for InfoQ and has co-authored numerous articles with Barry. Mike has presented at numerous venues including the annual Trenton Computer Festival and the annual Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference. You can contact Mike at [masked]
Barry is a Professor of Math and Computer Science at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. Barry has written numerous books (including Java for Dummies and Android Application Development All-in-One For Dummies) and has presented at numerous venues including the annual Trenton Computer Festival and the annual Droidcon NYC Conference. You can contact Barry at [masked].